1971 Beyond Borders Movie First Day Collections: Malayalam superstar Mohanlal’s most awaited war drama ‘1971 Beyond Borders’ released grandly on Friday, April 7th. The film got the positive talk with early fans shows from the Kerala audience. The film released in 405+ screens across India and 193+ screens in Kerala, the film made the extraordinary openings on the first day at Kerala Box office.
Haneef Mohammed bankrolled the film under his Red Rose creations.Scroll Down and Check Out 1971 Beyond Borders First / 1st Day Collection Report.
1971 Beyond Borders 1st Day Collections & Prediction
As the movie is carrying good buzz among the audience, it was estimated to mint between Rs 3.5 to 4.5 crores gross on its opening day at the Kerala box office.On the other hand, the Kochi Multiplexes first-day collection alone was estimated to gross above Rs 13 lakhs.
Movies of both Mammootty and Mohanlal have previously released during the same season in October. Both Pulimurugan and Thoppil Joppan was released on the same day and it was the Mohanlal starrer who had won the battle.
Can the movie break ‘The Great Father’ opening day record?
Last week, Megastar Mammootty’s ‘#The Great Father‘ released at the Kerala box office and minted Rs 4.31 crores gross on its opening day surpassing the Mohanlal’s ‘Puli Murugan’ Malayalam film’s first-day record which minted Rs 4.08 crores gross.
Last week, Megastar Mammootty’s ‘#The Great Father’ released at the Kerela box office and minted Rs 4.31 crores gross on its opening day surpassing the Mohanlal’s ‘Puli Murugan’ Malayalam film’s first-day record which minted Rs 4.08 crores gross.Now, the fans of Mohanlal are eagerly waiting to see their star’s upcoming film ‘1971 Beyond Borders’ to break the opening day record set by Mammootty’s ‘The Great Father’.Anyhow, the stage is set for a perfect battle between the movies of both the superstars. Let us wait and see to know who will win the final battle.
1971 Beyond Borders Movie First / 1st Day Collection : 4.31 crores*
1971 Beyond Borders has taken a good start at the Kerala Box Office. The first shows were started at morning 9:00 AM with housefull shows across the Kerala. The film has released on 405 screens in India with 193 screens alone in Kerala. The ongoing strike in Alappuzha district might affect the film’s total collection to some extent