Baby goes towards 100 crs club, performs better than Bro!

Baby goes towards 100 crs club, and performs better than Bro!

Vaishnavi Chaitanya and Anand Deverakonda’s recent film Baby has taken the box office by storm since its release a couple of weeks ago. The film has not only enjoyed a good weekend but has also continued to create a sensation during the weekdays. With a current gross collection of Rs 80 crore, Baby is now on its way to achieving the remarkable milestone of Rs 100 crore. While this achievement is certainly impressive for a small film, there is another fact that has left everyone surprised. On its first Monday, Baby managed to collect better collections than the highly anticipated Pawan Kalyan and Sai Dharam Tej film Bro.

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Baby raked in close to Rs 4 crore worldwide on its first Monday, surpassing expectations and surprising everyone with its strong performance. In contrast, Bro witnessed a massive drop in collections on the same day across all territories. The share for Bro is expected to be around 3.25 crore, significantly lower than Baby’s share on the first Monday.

It is evident that Baby has captured the audience’s attention and is riding high on its success. On the other hand, Bro seems to be facing a tough situation at the box office.

The success of Baby not only speaks volumes about the film’s content and performances but also highlights the changing dynamics of the Telugu film industry. It proves that a well-made small film can compete and even outperform highly anticipated big-budget films.

With its powerful storyline, captivating performances, and positive word-of-mouth, Baby has managed to strike a chord with the audience. Its success is a testament to the fact that quality cinema can still make its mark in a highly competitive industry.


Varun is a senior editor at Moviezupp, a popular entertainment website devoted to all things movies. He is an experienced reviewer, writer, and news reporter. Varun has been covering the Telugu cinema scene for several years, writing on everything froml film festivals to regional and national releases.