Prem Geet 3 Box Office Collection Day 4: Becomes 3rd Highest-Grossing Nepalese Film of All Time


The most expensive Nepali film to date “Prem Geet 3” surpassed 10 crore worldwide, in its 3 days in cinemas. It is now heading towards crossing the 15 Cr WW mark.

For the uninitiated, Prem Geet3 is the first Nepalese film. It was released on 1200 screens worldwide on September 23, 2022 to be the widest release ever for a Nepalese film. It is directed by the late Chhetan Gurung and Santosh Sen and boasts an ensemble cast with Pradeep Khadka and Kristina Gurung in the lead roles.

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Prem Geet 3 is the 3rd most profitable Nepalese film?

According to BO tracker, which claims to have collected the data from verified sources, the 2022 version Kabaddi 4-The final game is the highest grossing nepalese film never at home worldwide box office with NPR 22.77 crorethe second position is acquired by Chakka Panja 3 (NPR 20 crores) in the list, while, in the third place is the first installment of the Chhaka Panja film series titled Chhakka Panja which was released in September 2016 and had reported NPR 16 crores overall.

If the above ratios are to be adhered to, then Prem Geet 3 with its total 3-day collections of 11.18 crores (NPR 17.92 crores) worldwide becomes the third highest grossing Nepalese film of all time.

Box Office Collection Day 4

Prem Geet 3 will see a drop in revenue on its first Monday in India, however, the good news is that tickets are sold at Rs 100 in plexes from Monday (Day 4), which may continue to attract fans. not on weekdays either. According to early trade estimates, Prem Geet 3 collects Rs 20-30L on Day 4 in India.

Eyeing 25 Cr lifetime

Pradeep Khadka’s star broke the Rs 10 cr mark at the global box office. The total worldwide collection of Nepali movies over 4 days stands at around 12.5 crores at the box office.

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The film’s next target will be to cross the 15 crore mark in weekdays and then head towards 20 crores in the 2nd weekend. Going by the trends, it looks like it will see its closing numbers end under 23-25 ​​crore lifetime gross at the global box office to become the highest-grossing Nepalese film to date.


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