Tuesday, June 22, 2010

RAAVAN grosses 20 crores worldwide on opening day

Bollywood Trade News Network

Reliance BIG Pictures and Madras Talkies' RAAVAN seems to accept got an accomplished aperture at the box office. It has grossed Rs 20 crores common on the aperture day from its three versions- Hindi (RAAVAN), Tamil (RAAVANAN) and Telugu (VILLAIN).

RAAVAN is India's aboriginal blur to accept appear common in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu accent simultaneously.

The blur has opened in 2200 screens common on 18th June in all its three versions.

Directed by Mani Ratnam, the blur is a modern-day adjustment and a apart adjustment of the Indian ballsy Ramayana, in which Sita, the wife of Lord Rama, was abducted by the demon (Rakshasa) baron of Lanka, Ravana. The film's account and soundtrack is composed by A. R. Rahman