Waltair Veerayya, a big-budget action drama starring Megastar Chiranjeevi, crossed the $100 million mark in three days
Reviews of Veerayya describe it as a comedic entertainer with a sombre and moving second half. Despite the lack of innovation in the film, Chiranjeevi’s classic humour and acting continue to draw large audiences to the theatres.
Waltair Veerayya, a super-mass action comedy starring megastar Chiranjeevi, is currently playing with great popularity in theatres all over the world. Following its January 13 release, the movie Sankranthi is generating significant box office revenue. According to reviews, Waltair Veerayya is a comedic entertainer with a sombre and melancholy second half. Despite the lack of innovation in the film, Chiranjeevi’s classic humour and acting continue to draw large audiences to the theatres.
Several box office experts and industry observers claim that the Bobby Kolli-written and -directed film did extremely well at the box office. Waltair Veerayya reportedly made over Rs 108 Crore worldwide in the first three days of its theatrical premiere. In terms of box office take, the film is slightly ahead of Balakrishna’s Veera Simha Reddy.
As a result, Waltair Veerayya broke even within the first weekend and is now poised to join the 2 million club globally. Shruti Haasan plays the lead female in the film. Along with these individuals, important parts were also played by Prakash Raj, Bobby Simha, Pradeep Rawat, Rajendra Prasad, Vennela Kishore, Jhansi, Raghu Babu, Shakalaka Shankar, Sapthagiri, Srinivasa Reddy, Nassar, and Subbaraju.
In a lengthy cameo, Massraja Ravi Teja made an appearance. In a lengthy appearance, Massraja Ravi Teja played Waltair Veerayya’s half-brother ACP Vikram Sagar. Urvashi Rautela, a Bollywood actress, was hot in the song “Boss Party.”
On a budget of Rs 140 Crore, the film is made by Ravi Shankar and Naveen Yerneni under the Mythri Movie Makers label. The whole soundtrack for the movie, which was edited by Niranjan Devaramane, was written by rock legend Devi Sri Prasad. The camera was turned on by Arthur A Wilson.