Trade Report: Sampoo's Hrudaya Kaleyam

April 7th, 2014, 01:45 PM IST
Trade Report: Sampoo's Hrudaya Kaleyam

Believe it or not, but 'Burning Star' Sampoornesh Babu's maiden film "Hrudaya Kaleyam", is gradually picking up at the Box Office. According to our highly reliable trade sources, the movie could collect Rs 80 lakh Share in Andhra Pradesh in the first week alone.

We hear that the low-budget mass entertainer is doing extremely well in multiplex theatres as some theatres have increased the number of shows and also doing well in city theatre Sapthagiri. The case is no different in cetnres like Vizag and other major centres. Mouth-publicity is said to be working in favour of the film.

"It is unexpected collections, could have even baffled sampoornesh" says an industry source, who attributes the openings to the hype created by Sampoo, on social media circuits, nevertheless, a non-convential hero has arrived?

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