The massively successful film “Leo,” starring Thalapathy Vijay and directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj, is rapidly approaching Rs 500 crore globally. On October 25, the action thriller that is a part of the Lokesh Cinematic Universe experienced a sharp decline in box office receipts. Following the conclusion of the Dussehra festivities, theater attendance is declining. However, trade reports state that it has been collecting in double digits in India.
“Leo,” which was directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj, is slowly approaching the Rs 500-crore milestone globally. A day following the Dussehra festivities, on October 25, the movie’s box office receipts took a significant tumble. ‘Leo’ is estimated to have made Rs 12.50 crore net in India, based on preliminary estimates.
With this, the seven-day total collection in India now stands at Rs 262.30 crore net. On October 25, “Leo” also recorded 34.71 percent.
The highest-grossing Tamil movie, according to Ahimsa Entertainment, which distributed “Leo” in the UK. In seven days, it made 1.36 million euros, or around Rs 11 crore.
ALL ABOUT ‘LEO’
After “Master,” “Leo” is Thalapathy Vijay and filmmaker Lokesh Kanagaraj’s second joint project. The screenplay for this movie was written by Deeraj Vaidy, Lokesh, and Rathna Kumar. With key roles for Vijay, Trisha, Sanjay Dutt, Arjun Sarja, Mysskin, Sandy, and Gautham Menon, the action entertainer boasts an ensemble cast. In supporting parts were Mathew Thomas, Mansoor Ali Khan, Priya Anand, and a few more.
Anirudh Ravichander wrote the soundtrack for “Leo,” which was produced by Seven Screen Studio. Among the team members are editor Philomin Raj and cinematographer Manoj Paramahamsa.