Waltair Veerayya, starring Chiranjeevi, continues to enthrall fans and bring in significant money at the box office. The movie made Rs 9 crore on Saturday, bringing the total to Rs 132.75 crore after earning over Rs 124 crore on day 8. Sacnilk stated the same as an initial estimate of the amount. The movie will hold its own on Sunday, and industry observers anticipate a similar amount for the movie.
Veera Simha Reddy, on the other hand, has yet to surpass the $100 million threshold. The movie reportedly made Rs 2 crore on Saturday, bringing its total earnings to Rs 91.05 crore after earning Rs 89.05 crore on day 9. While Sunday’s figures will give the movie a boost, Shah Rukh Khan’s Pathaan could become a rival starting on Wednesday.
On January 12, Balakrishna’s Veera Simha Reddy had a successful theatrical debut. However, Chiranjeevi’s Waltair Veerayya, which was released the day following Veera Simha, lagged by a very small margin. Since then, though, Chiranjeevi’s movie has easily extended its advantage over Balakrishna’s movie.
However, reviews of the movie were not unanimous. Waltair Veerayya is shown to us as a man with superhuman talents, according to Manoj R Kumar’s assessment for IndianExpress.com. He isn’t a human. He is like a deity. Instead of having us relate to the character of Waltair Veerayya, the directors want us to bow down to the actor portraying him. Additionally, a disconnect results from that presentation style. When a hero with the ability to control natural forces is introduced, a villain with equal or greater abilities must also be included. Not Solomon and Michael Caesar (Prakash Raj). A man who is referred to as “the father of the Bay of Bengal” is not physically in danger from these crooks. Furthermore, there is no emotional risk in the story that would cause us to be concerned about Veerayya’s soul. Everything is superficial and lacks depth.