Puli Tamil Movie 5th day collection | 1st week total collection
Puli Tamil Movie 5th day collection and 1st weekend total collection is leading towards completing 100 crore collection. Puli 1st week total box office collection is 35.55 crores. Vijay Puli hits the theatres on 1st of October, 2015 and has done excellent opening worldwide with occupying 60% of audience to the multiplexes and single screen on first day. The film has received mix review and rating at different locations even after facing some last minutes release issues. The film is witnessed around occupancy rate of 40% in Tamil Nadu and 50% in Chennai regions on 5th day. The film fifth day of Monday has earned 70 lakhs in the morning shows, 95 lakhs in afternoon and then 2.35 crores till the evening and night shows. It is successful in earning 10.75 crore box office on first day of Thursday. Then, the film earned 7.50 crores on second day of Friday. The third day of Saturday (weekend day), it made a box office income of only 6.30 crores which is not impressive for the film reputation. This makes a total 1st (first) weekend total box office collection of 24.55 crores till Saturday. Coming on to the Sunday (4th day) box office, it made a profit 7 crore approximately. The movie is now managed to rake 31.55 crores in 4 days. The Vijay film has manage to gather 5th day box office collection around 4 crores.
The Tamil movie is released around 450 screens in total including Tamil Nadu. The film has done superb business in UK, Malaysia and USA. This fantasy-adventure is released in 5 languages Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and Hindi. The motion picture includes actors Shruti Haasan, Vijay, Sridevi, Hansika and Sudeep in lead roles.
The movie fifth day overall occupancy rate is 45% which made it to earn 4 cr of box office. The overseas box office income of the movie is great because it has released in 450 screens in countries like USA with a count of 102 screens, Canada with 17 screens, Singapore with 10 screens, 40 screens in France followed by UK with 58 screens, Sri Lanka with 23 screens, 20 screens in Denmark, 14 screen in Switzerland and Malaysia with 93 screens.