The Kerala Story Total Box Office Collection Till Date (15 May 2023): A Critical Analysis!

Welcome to the exciting world of ‘The Kerala Story‘ box office collection update! Since its release, the film has been captivating audiences and gaining momentum at the ticket counters. Directed by Sudipto Sen and produced by Vipul Amrutlal Shah, this 2023 Indian Hindi-language drama features a talented cast, including Adah Sharma, Yogita Bihani, Sonia Balani, and Siddhi Idnani.

Set against the backdrop of Kerala, the film delves into a gripping narrative surrounding a group of women who undergo conversion to Islam and join the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

However, it is important to note that ‘The Kerala Story’ is premised on the controversial conspiracy theory of “love jihad” and makes erroneous claims regarding the mass conversion and recruitment of women from Kerala into ISIS.

In this article, we will explore the remarkable box office journey of ‘The Kerala Story’ as it continues to enthrall audiences and make its mark in the industry.

The Kerala Story’s Performance at the Box Office

The film “The Kerala Story,” directed by Sudipto Sen, has been extremely successful at the box office and is approaching the Rs 150 crore. Early estimates suggest that the film earned around Rs 23 crore, bringing its total collections to Rs 135.99 crore by its second Sunday.

According to trade portal Sacnilk, the movie earned Rs 8.03 crore on its opening day, Rs 11 crore on the first Saturday, Rs 16.40 crore on the first Sunday, Rs 10.07 crore on the first Monday, Rs 11.14 crore on the first Tuesday, Rs 12 crore on the first Wednesday, Rs 12.50 crore on the first Thursday. By the end of its first week, it accumulated a total of Rs 81.14 crore.

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Following its successful first week, the film continued to perform impressively at the box office. On its second Friday, it accumulated Rs 12.35 crore, followed by Rs 19.5 crore on the second Saturday, and approximately Rs 23 crore on the second Sunday. As a result, the film’s total earnings reached Rs 135.99 crore.

As we said above, “The Kerala Story” centers around the stories of three women from Kerala who were reportedly subjected to forced conversion and compelled to join the terrorist organization ISIS. The film stars Adah Sharma, Devadarshini, Yogita Bihani, Siddhi Idnani, and Sonia Balani in prominent roles. It was released on Friday, showcasing in more than 200 screens across Canada and the US.

In an online press conference with Indian American reporters, the film’s producer Vipul Amrutlal Shah explained:

 “This is a very bold, honest and true film which in the beginning got no support, today stands at the point of releasing worldwide with a spectacular box office success in just 6 days”.  

Meanwhile, DY Chandrachud, the Chief Justice of India, questioned the West Bengal government about its ban. In his opinion, there’s no reason for the film to be banned in West Bengal, especially when it’s screened all over.

The Supreme Court also questioned the MK Stalin-led Tamil Nadu government about the movie not playing there. In addition, the top court questioned the state government’s security measures at the movie theatres.

The Kerala Story 10 Days Box Office Collection:

Day India Net Collection Change(+/-)
Day 1 [1st Friday] ₹ 8.03 Cr [Hi: 8.03 Cr ]
Day 2 [1st Saturday] ₹ 11 Cr [Hi: 11 Cr ] 36.99%
Day 3 [1st Sunday] ₹ 16.4 Cr [Hi: 16.4 Cr ] 49.09%
Day 4 [1st Monday] ₹ 10.07 Cr [Hi: 10.07 Cr ] -38.60%
Day 5 [1st Tuesday] ₹ 11.14 Cr [Hi: 11.14 Cr ] 10.63%
Day 6 [1st Wednesday] ₹ 12 Cr [Hi: 12 Cr ] 7.72%
Day 7 [1st Thursday] ₹ 12.5 Cr [Hi: 12.5 Cr ] 4.17%
Week 1 Collection ₹ 81.14 Cr [Hi: 81.14 Cr ; Te: 0]
Day 8 [2nd Friday] ₹ 12.35 Cr [Hi: 12.34 Cr ; Te: 0.01 Cr] -1.20%
Day 9 [2nd Saturday] ₹ 19.5 Cr [Hi: 19.1 Cr ; Te: 0.4 Cr] 57.89%
Day 10 [2nd Sunday] ₹ 23.75 Cr [Hi: 23.25 Cr ; Te: 0.5 Cr] 21.79%
Total ₹ 136.74 Cr [Hi: 135.83 Cr ; Te: 0.91 Cr]

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The Kerala Story Budget:

“The Kerala Story” hit theaters on May 5, 2023. The film was created with a total budget of Rs. 40 Crore, out of which Rs. 10 crore was allocated for Prints & Advertising expenses, while the remaining Rs. 30 crore was allocated for production costs.

The Kerala Story’s Box Office Collection Compare To Other Recent Bollywood Films?

Recent reports indicate that “The Kerala Story” movie has been enjoying considerable success at the box office. As of May 15, 2023, The film has earned around Rs 150 crore at the box office.

With a cumulative box office collection of Rs 68.86 crore, “The Kerala Story” surpasses the combined earnings of major films from the past two years, including Aamir Khan’s “Laal Singh Chaddha,” Akshay Kumar’s “Selfiee,” and Kartik Aaryan’s “Shehzada.”

By its ninth day of release, the movie had already accumulated Rs 112.87 crore while reaching Rs 80 crore by its seventh day. The film’s trajectory is reminiscent of last year’s controversial release, “The Kashmir Files,” benefiting from the backing of the ruling BJP government.

What Factors Have Contributed To The Kerala Story’s Box Office Success?

“The Kerala Story” movie’s box office success can be attributed to several factors.

  • Firstly, the film resonates with the audience’s sense of national pride, making it appealing and contributing to its strong performance.
  • Secondly, despite facing criticism, controversy, and negative reviews, the film has managed to sustain its box office collection, thanks to the attention it has garnered from viewers.
  • Thirdly, the film has successfully influenced the audience’s preferences, thereby carving a niche and driving its success.
  • Fourthly, the remarkable cast and crew involved in the film have played a significant role in its triumph.
  • Lastly, the absence of major competition in the upcoming weeks has provided the film with an open playing field, allowing it to emerge as a genuine winner.

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