It has managed to dethrone Chiranjeevi's Khaidi No. 150 to become the third highest earning film.
The Ram Charan starrer has collected approximately Rs 13 crore gross at the worldwide box office in its third weekend, taking its 17-day total collection to Rs 178 crore gross. Its current pace of collection shows that it will not be able to beat the record of Baahubali: The beginning, which is the second all-time highest grosser in Tollywood with its total collection of Rs 650 crore gross. It is the third highest grossing Telugu film after Baahubali.
Rangasthalam has earned Rs 120 crore in its 17-day run only in the Telugu-speaking states.
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The film, which also has Jagapati Babu and Prakash Raj in important roles, also became the fastest non-Baahubali film to cross the Rs 100-crore mark in just two weeks of its release.
It is now the third-highest grosser in Telugu cinema. However, the film has proved to be a victor at the box office and the makers are super confident that the dubbed versions will also create the same impact. It churned one crore rupees in its first week in Chennai to emerge as the all time second highest grossing Telugu film in the city, only behind Baahubali 2: The Conclusion. It is now inching towards the 3.5 million dollar mark at the USA box office. In Karnataka, it has raked in a share of Rs 7.6 crore on Rs 15.65 crore gross.