Jaya Janaki Nayaka Minting Losses

It is an open fact that Boyapati Srinu much-hyped film ‘Jaya Janaki Nayaka’ which was released on last Friday got mixed response from the audience on the first day and later on it turned out to a below average film with fewer collections. As the critics marked only for masses, but even B & C centers audiences also not liked the film.

So far makers not accepted the truth as publicized the film as unanimous hit and even yesterday also director Boyapti Srinu marked the film as Blockbuster hit. Yesterday, Boyapat Srinu graced the audio launch event of Balakrishna’s ‘Paisa Vasool’ as a guest and he started his speech on stage saying thanks to everyone who made ‘Jaya Janki Nayaka’ as a blockbuster hit which hooked many filmgoers.
Now, after getting First-week collections report out, there is no chance for makers; they need to accept the film is below average. The film was made with huge budget of Rs 35 crores,

In the first week the film has made Rs 14.69 crore share from the Telugu states and in the overseas, the film merely collected Rs 0.30 crore share. Overall it collected Rs 15.99 Cr, including rest of India collections. It will surpass Rs 20cr mark by the end of its run and satellite and others business covers Rs 5 Cr. So, on an average the complete business of the film may end up with Rs 25 Cr. The producer has already suffered over Rs 10cr loss for the film.

Leading the collections is Nizam region with Rs 4.70Cr shares while Ceded and UttaraAndhra regions posted Rs 2.90 Cr and Rs 2.02Cr share respectively. Guntur, East and West Godavari districts have reported over Rs 1 Cr share. In the overseas, the film merely collected Rs 0.30 Cr share. Here is the complete list of collection report.

Area 1st week Collections  (In RS) Day1 Collections (In Rs)
Nizam 4.70 Cr 0.91 Cr
 Ceded 2.90 Cr 0.55 Cr
 UA 2.02 Cr 0.45Cr
Guntur 1.32 Cr 0.49 Cr
East 1.14 Cr 0.24 Cr
West 1 Cr 0.28 Cr
Krishna 0.86 Cr 0.16 Cr
Nellore 0.75 Cr 0.20 Cr
AP/TS 14.69 Cr 3.28 Cr
ROI 1 Cr
Overseas 0.30 Cr
Total 15.99 Cr