The Tamil film master, released on the occasion of Pongal and Makar Sankranti, has shown a ray of hope to the film industry, recovering from pandemic earnings worldwide. According to trade reports, this film by Vijay and Vijay Sethupathi has grossed collections of more than Rs 100 crore worldwide. However, the master's Vijay campaign in the Hindi belt came to an end and the film made a very poor collection in four days of its release.
Master in South India was released on 13 January and received a 5-day long opening weekend. The master made a bang on the first day in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and Kerala due to the overwhelming enthusiasm for the film. According to Box Office India report, Master had collected a net collection of 35.50 crores across the country on the first day. This collection is when the film is running in theaters with 50 percent capacity. The film had an opening net collection of 20-21 crores in Tamil Nadu. According to trade analysts, Master made a gross collection of Rs 100 crore worldwide by January 15 in just 3 days of release.
If you look at the collection of 5 days, according to trade expert Kaushik LM, the film has a gross collection of 82 crores in Tamil Nadu. The film collected only 5.43 crores in the city of Chennai. The collection of the film has been more than a crore every day, which exemplifies its strength.
If you talk about Overseas, according to analyst Taran Adarsh, the 5-day collection of the film in New Zealand has been Rs 64.71 lakh. The film has collected Rs 3.85 crore in Australia. The film was released on 14 January in the Hindi belt under the name of Vijay the Master. However, the film's performance in North India was disappointing. The Hindi version collected Rs 1.15 crore in three days of its release. At the same time, Tamil and Telugu versions collected only 1.35 crore in the rest of India. This is a collection from January 14-17.