Check out the box office report on the recently-released films in Andhra Pradesh [Also Read: "Arrambam" Enters 50th Day]
Sundeep Kishen's "Venkatadri Express" takes the top spot at the Andhra box office even in its third week, despite new releases.
"Venkatadri Express" got mixed reviews from critics, but the audience has given it thumbs up. The film took a good opening and continues to perform well at the box office. The comedy entertainer is going steady in its third week, as new releases have failed to impress the audience, according to Andhraboxoffice website.
"Aata Arrambam", the Telugu dubbed version of Tamil film "Arrambam", has received average response at the Andhra Pradesh box office.
The Tamil version, which released on 31 October, turned out to be a blockbuster. Although the Telugu version of the film has not performed better than other Telugu dubbed versions of films starring popular Tamil stars, the Ajith starrer has managed to hold well at the box office.
Dhanya Balakrishna starrer "Second Hand" had a positive pre-release buzz; however the film failed to impress the audience.
"Second Hand" received negative response from viewers and the film took a poor opening upon release.
Verdict: Poor Start
Aadu Magadra Bujji
The performance of Sudheer Babu's second release of the year, "Aadu Magadra Bujji", has declined as the film received mixed (mostly negative) reviews.
The actor's "Prema Katha Chitram", which hit screens this year, turned out to be a hit. Fans had expected his second film - "Aadu Magadra Bujji" - to perform well.
The film had an average first weekend, but its performance declined in its second weekend. According to Andhraboxoffice website, "Aadu Magadra Bujji" will be a losing venture for all.
Verdict: Losing venture
Bunny N Cherry
Prince and Mahat Raghavendra's "Bunny N Cherry" received negative reviews from critics as well as the audience.
The film is a complete washout at the box office.
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