Maharaja box office Opening Weekend: Vijay Sethupathi, anurag kashyap Film Collects Rs. 22 Cr So Far

'Maharajais doing great business at the box office. The vijay sethupathi starrer film directed by Nithilan swaminathan earned Rs. 9 cr on the third day of its release.

'Maharajais doing great business at the box office. The vijay sethupathi starrer film directed by Nithilan swaminathan earned Rs. 9 cr on the third day of its release. The film also stars anurag kashyap and happens to be Sethupathi's 50th film. It follows the story of a simple barber and his love for his child.


Maharaja also stars mamta mohandas, Bharathiraja, Abhirami, Singampuli Natty (Natraj), and Kalki. The film's music was composed by Ajaneesh Loknath.


Maharaja box office collection

The film has been produced by sudha Sundaram and jagadish Palanisamy under Passion Studios and The Route. 'Maharajacollected Rs. 4.7 cr( Tamil: Rs. 3.6 cr, Telgu: Rs. 1.1 cr) on Day 1, Sacnilk.com reported. The film collected Rs. 7.75 cr( Tamil: Rs. 5.85 cr, Telugu: Rs. 1.9 cr) on Day 2. 'Maharajacollected Rs. 9 cr net in india on Day 3 as per early reports the analysis site reported.


Up till now, the film has collected Rs. 21. 45 cr. 'Maharajahad an overall tamil occupancy of 46.54 % on Sunday.


Maharaja review

As per our in-house review, "Maharajatackles a serious subject matter with a mix of humor and drama. The film is structured into two distinct halves – the first half is laden with comedy, setting a misleadingly light-hearted tone, while the second half dives into a more intense and emotional narrative."


“'Maharajais an ambitious attempt to blend serious societal issues with commercial cinema elements. While it succeeds in parts, particularly through strong performances and engaging music, it falls short in delivering a cohesive and compelling narrative. The film raises important questions but sometimes treats its critical subject matter as mere plot devices, which may leave viewers wanting more depth and sincerity. For casual moviegoers, Maharajaprovides entertainment, but those seeking a profound exploration of its themes might find it lacking.”

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