Arun Vijay’s Mafia Day 1 Collection – Mafia 1st Day Collections at Box Office | Karthick Naren

The first installment of Mafia, i.e., Mafia: Chapter 1 has reportedly hit tens of hundreds of screens on the first day of its release. The Tamil film is doing tremendously well in terms of the box-office collection. On the first day, the film is reported to collect a significant amount of money. Arun Vijay has once again delivered a significant hit in the state.

The experts in the film industry predicted that the massive fan base of Arun Vijay is going to help the film bag massive box-office collection. The film also features Priya Bhavani Shankar and both the actors have done quite brilliant work throughout the film. The film wasn’t just released in the country on the 21st of February 2020, rather it was also released in overseas markets.

Arun Vijay's Mafia Day 1 Collection – Mafia 1st Day Collections at Box Office | Karthick Naren

Mafia Chapter 1 Box-office Collection

The recent data reveals that the Tamil film has already surpassed several other films that have been released so far.

On the first day, the film has made around ₹5-6 crores in India. Whereas in the US market the film has earned around ₹2 crores.

Notable people behind the hit Tamil film

The film has been directed by the talented and experimental Karthick Naren. Moreover, the film seems like it has been inspired by Netflix’s Narcos. The production banner of Mafia Chapter 1 is Lyca Productions whereas the editing and cinematography were taken care of by Sreejith Sarang, and Gokul Benoy.

The clash between Prasanna and Arun Vijay is genuinely loved by the audience. The most distinctive aspect of the film is that it runs at least five times a day. In addition to this, Superstar Rajinikanth also appreciated the direction and the work that Karthick Naren has done.

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