Young Hero Sundeep Kishan’s much expected last week released ‘C/o Surya’ got a decent number for its premieres in Overseas but later the collections slow down due to poor reviews. On Yesterday, Sunday itself the film collected $ 9,287 approximately in 46 Locations. It has crossed $1,000 only in 1 location and in remaining centers, it has collected below 1,000 dollars.
The movie has collected $ 79,616 by Sunday (Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday collections). The film may collect $ 100,000 ($100 K) in the long run which will mint huge losses to the distributor.
According to reports, the overseas rights of the film are bought for $30,000 ($30K). Apart from the screening rights, he spent another $45,000 ($45K) as expenses like theatres rents (VPF’s), publicity, print cost, etc., In total, he spent $75,000 ($75K) on the film for screening across Overseas.
If the film collects $100, 000 ($100K) in long run he will get a share of $40,000 ($40 K) from theatres and he will mint losses of $35,000 ($35K) at the final run of the film. Overall the distributor will recover only 55% from his spent amounts and acquired 45% losses from his own pocket.
On the other side two weeks back released angry hero senior Rajashekar’s ‘PSV Garuda Vega’ continues to draw crowds. The film has collected $ 4, 54,386 by the end of Sunday and it is very near to Half Million US Dollars Mark. Analysts are expecting that ‘PSV Garuda Vega’ will reach half-million mark in the USA soon. It is a significant feat for a fade out hero like Rajasekhar. The movie is a profitable venture to all those involved in the movie trade in Overseas. Finally, this senior hero beat young hero in Overseas!!!!