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Chiranjeevi starrer Khaidi No 150 rakes in Rs 164 crore worldwide

In an official poster released on Sunday, the makers have said that the film has so far collected Rs 164 crore, and it is the highest in south India in a single language.

Published: 05th March 2017 01:55 PM  |   Last Updated: 05th March 2017 01:55 PM   |  A+A-

By IANS

CHENNAI: The makers of megastar Chiranjeevi's Telugu actioner "Khaidi No. 150" on Sunday announced the film's lifetime earnings are Rs 164 crore worldwide, making it a new record of sorts in the industry.

In an official poster released on Sunday, the makers have said that the film has so far collected Rs 164 crore, and it is the highest in south India in a single language.

Directed by V.V. Vinayak, the film marked the comeback of Chiranjeevi after a long hiatus.

Despite mixed reviews, the film went on to make a killing at the box office, befitting the film's tagline "Boss Is Back".

An official remake of Tamil blockbuster "Kaththi", the film featured Chiranjeevi in dual roles -- a social activist and a thief.

Also starring Kajal Aggarwal, the film was produced by Ram Charan.

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