Guna 369 And Rakshasudu First Day Box Office Collections | Kartikeya | Srinivas Bellamkonda

The two big Telugu film that hit the screens this Friday are Guna 369 and Rakshasudu. Both films have attracted the audience of their kind. So how did the films turn out? How much they made at the box office? Let’s know.

First, let’s talk about Guna 369, Guna is an out n out mass masala commercial movie with a romantic love story. The film received mixed reviews from the audience. Few commercial cinema lovers have liked the film. However, the film is slammed by most of the audience.

So this is the second failure in a row for Karthikeya Gummakonda after Hippi. Though it is not appreciated by critics and the general audience, considering the commercial aspect of the film, we can still expect the film to run over the weekend.

On the other hand, Rakshasudu is well received. As it is a remake of already successful Tamil film, Ratsasan, this comes out as no surprise. The film got good response from the critics and the audience on social media.


Looks like Rakshasudu is going to be the first hit of Bellamkonda Sai Srinivas’s career. This film’s success will also taste sweet for the female lead Anupama Parameswaran whose last decent was Vunnadhi Okate Zindagi back in 2017.

Guna 369 First Day Box Office Collections:

On its first day, the film collected  2.7 Crore with decent occupancy. These number will only increase considering the weekend ahead. The needs to collect 7+ crores to achieve breakeven.

Rakshasudu First Day Box Office Collections:

The breakeven mark for this film is 17.2 crores and it collected around 4 crores on its first day. And to add up to this, the film also has great postivie responce from the audience. The makers already started celebrations.

It will be interesting to see how both these will run over the weekend and the week after that. Stay tuned to our website for more updates.

Josh Linus
Josh Linus
Josh can talk films for hours on end, discussing the really good cinema, the really bad, and anything in between. He enjoys everything - from epic fantasies to horror, from rom-coms to crime and action thrillers, from sci-fi to musical dramas.

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