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Leo box office collection day 7: Vijay's film slows down on Dussehra, to cross 250 crore in India

Oct 25, 2023 08:33 AM IST

Leo box office collection: The film starring Vijay, Trisha and Sanjay Dutt has collected ₹248.6 crore nett in India so far.

Leo box office collection: Vijay's action thriller has crossed 200 crore mark in India but showed a little decline on Dussehra. The film collected 31.5 crore nett for all languages on Tuesday as per early estimates shared by Sacnilk.com. The film now stands at a domestic collection of 248.6 crore. Also read: Leo review: Vijay’s emotionally weak action overload is held up by some crafty filmmaking

Vijay and Sanjay Dutt in a scene from Leo.
Vijay and Sanjay Dutt in a scene from Leo.

Leo box office report

As per the report, Leo registered 65.79 percent Tamil occupancy on Tuesday while Telugu occupancy stood at 48.40 percent and Hindi occupancy was at 20.13 percent.

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Leo had opened in theatres last Thursday at 64.8 crore out of which Tamil shows earned 49 crore. Amid mixed to negative reviews and negative word of mouth, the film fell to 35.25 crore on its second day. It showed a little growth on Sunday with collections of 41.55 crore but again slowed down on Monday.

As per the portal, Leo crossed 400 crore worldwide gross in five days of its release. According to a Variety report, the film had surpassed Martin Scorsese's Killers of the Flower Moon, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, at the global box office on day 4.

More about Leo

Directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj, Leo marks Sanjay Dutt's Tamil debut. It also stars Trisha Krishnan, Arjun, Gautham Vasudev Menon, Mysskin, Madonna Sebastian, George Maryan, Mansoor Ali Khan, Priya Anand and Mathew Thomas. Leo marks a reunion between Vijay and Lokesh Kanagaraj after the 2021 blockbuster Master. It also reunites Vijay with Trisha after their Tamil hits like Ghilli, Kuruvi and Thirupaachi.

The Hindustan Times review of the film said it has "emotionally weak action". An excerpt read: “Philomin Raj (film editor) is focused on pace. He cuts the scenes rather tight, we don’t linger to see the aftermath of the extraordinary violence, deaths and maiming of hundreds, that perhaps Lokesh doesn’t want us to process it either. It is here that Leo fails in giving us the emotional core to connect with Leo Das, his conflict and his journey. Therefore, while the craftiness may be bloody sweet, the writing feels rather bitter.”

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