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Chennai box-office (Sep 22-24)
Tuesday, 26 September , 2006, 10:25
Last Updated: Wednesday, 04 October , 2006, 17:15
 
 

After four weeks, Kamal Hassan’s Vetayadu Vilayadu had to make way for Chiranjeevi’s Stalin in the number one slot at the Chennai box-office. The film opened on Wednesday (Sep 20) at three Chennai screens. The five-day opening of Stalin has created history for a Telugu film in the city netting an awesome Rs 24.65 Lakhs from the three screens (Casino- 11.85 Lakhs, Sree- Rs 7.20 Lakhs, Mayajaal- Rs 5.60 Lakhs).

Vetayadu Vilayadu is still attracting crowds and managed to net Rs 17 Lakhs during the weekend and is at number two position. Vijaykanth’s Perarasu is his biggest hit since Ramanna and has climbed up the ladder to be at third place.

Emtaan Mahan is attracting family audience due to its good content and is at fourth place while Sillunu Oru Kadhal manages to hang on at fifth position due to its collections in Sathyam.

FilmCastPlusesMinusesTrade fact
Stalin
Stalin
Chiranjeevi, Trisha, Kushboo, Prakash Raj


ChiranjeeviToo preachySuper hit
Vetayadu 

Vilayadu
Vetayadu Vilayadu
Kamal Hassan, Prakash Raj, Jyothika, Balaji


Kamal, songs, racy presentationToo violent, Lengthy second halfBlockbuster
Perarasu
Perarasu
Vijayakanth, Damini,Prakash Raj, Mansoor Ali Khan, Nassar

Racy predictable story Hit
Emttan Mahan
Emttan Mahan
Nassar, Bharath, Vadivelu, Saranya, Gopika

Good family entertainer A bit slow towards the end Average
Sillunu Oru 

Kadhal
Sillunu Oru Kadhal
Surya , Jyothika

A.R.Rahman's songs Too manyFlop


(Ratings are based on the box office collections and the cost of the film)

Courtesy : Moviebuzz

 
 
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