Aranmanai 4 Box Office Collection: Unexpected Journey to Rs. 100 Crore Milestone – A Historic Achievement!

From modest beginnings to an astonishing Rs. 100 crore worldwide, Aranmanai 4's box office journey is nothing short of a cinematic triumph.

Aranmanai 4 has nearly concluded its box office run, earning around Rs. 50 lakhs in its sixth weekend. This final push was enough to surpass the Rs. 100 crore mark worldwide, a significant achievement for the franchise. This milestone marks the first Rs. 100 crore film for lead actor Sundar C. and for the Aranmanai series, whose previous highest grossing film didn’t exceed Rs. 40 crore.

Despite Rs. 100 crore no longer being as remarkable in Kollywood as it once was, with top films now exceeding Rs. 500 crore, it remains an impressive feat for movies without Tier 1 stars. This highlights the significant gap in box office potential between films featuring major stars and those that do not in Kollywood, with Aranmanai 4’s performance being a testament to this disparity.

In Tamil Nadu, Aranmanai 4 emerged as the highest-grossing film of the year, accumulating Rs. 66.50 crore and potentially closing at Rs. 67 crore. Its performance outside Tamil Nadu was moderate, with earnings of Rs. 6.50 crore in the Telugu states and Rs. 4 crore in Karnataka. The Hindi dubbed version, released recently, contributed approximately Rs. 2 crore, boosting the film’s worldwide gross to over Rs. 100 crore.

Internationally, Aranmanai 4 saw its best performance in Malaysia, grossing MYR 6 million, followed by Singapore with over SGD 325K. The detailed box office collection for Aranmanai 4 is as follows: Tamil Nadu – Rs. 66.50 Cr, AP/TS – Rs. 6.50 Cr, Karnataka – Rs. 4.00 Cr, Rest of India – Rs. 4.00 Cr. Overseas, the film grossed USD 1,300,000 in Malaysia, USD 250,000 in Singapore, USD 225,000 in the Middle East and Europe each, and USD 350,000 in the rest of the world, totaling USD 2,350,000 (Rs. 19.50 Cr.). This brought Aranmanai 4’s worldwide box office collection to Rs. 100.50 Cr.

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