The actor made his first 300 crore profit with Varisu, and in just three days, he made the highest-grossing movie of his career with Leo Box Office Indeed, the movie has already achieved a triple century at the global box office, consistently earning more than 100 crores on average every day. See more by continuing to read!
Following the success of Master, Thalapathy Vijay and filmmaker Lokesh Kanagaraj reunited for the most recent action thriller. The audience is really responding well to this lethal combination. The movie is also generating a lot of excitement because of its allusions to Lokesh’s earlier LCU (Lokesh Cinematic world) productions, formally confirming that even this Thalapathy Vijay starrer is a part of the world.
According to the creators’ official statement, Leo broke all previous records by earning a whopping 148.50 crores on its first day of release at the global box office. Strong momentum continued even on Friday, with 77.20 crores in revenue coming in, bringing the total to 225.70 crores in revenue in a matter of days. The collection saw a spike yesterday, contributing to the achievement of the 300 crore mark.
On day three, Leo is expected to have made an incredible 85 crores in revenue. The foreign market has made a 34 crore total contribution to this. After three days, the global box office has made 310.70 crores, which is an incredible accomplishment considering that the Lokesh Kanagaraj-directed film has averaged over 100 crores per day.
With these figures, Leo has become Thalapathy Vijay’s highest-grossing movie to date in his career. Indeed, it has outlived Varisu, whose lifetime gross stands at 300.98 crores. It’s rather praiseworthy, and who knows—the movie might just become the 400-crore club today!
On Wednesday, the Madras High Court prohibited the unauthorized distribution of Leo via a pirated version downloaded from the internet.
The movie’s creators, Seven Screen Studio, petitioned the Madras High Court to stop the biggie’s pirated version from being screened and to stop internet service providers from taking legal action against it. The Madras High Court’s Justice Abdul Quddhose ordered the prohibition on the pirated version in addition to directing internet service providers to make sure the pirated version was not screened on their websites.