Two big Indian movies were released on December 09, 2016, and interestingly, both these flicks are now enjoying extensive collections from the theatres all around the world.

According to latest updates, Telugu movie "Dhruva" starring Ram Charan has emerged as the biggest initial grosser in the actor's career. It collected nearly Rs 18 Crores within two days of its release. On the other hand, "Befikre", the Hindi movie starring Ranvir and Vaani, has earned more than Rs 22 Crores as the first weekend comes to an end.

Aravind Swamy shines in 'Dhruva'

The major factor which attracted people towards "Dhruva" is the brilliant performances portrayed by Aravind Swamy.

The veteran romantic hero enacted the character of a fearless businessman who believes that evil will win over good.

Crazy public response

On the first day, the film collected 5.5 Crores in India, and on the second and third day, it grossed Rs 6 and Rs 6.4 Crores respectively.

In the United States too, this film is collecting decent revenues. As per trade sources, it has earned $ 763,671 from the 202 screens in the US.

Ranvir Singh and Vaani Kapoor romance

"Befikre" too started well in the box-office, as it collected more than 11.6 Crores on the first day. The second day marked a collection of Rs 10.36 Crores, which makes the final collection on Saturday night at Rs 22.5 Crores.

The movie was released on more than 2100 screens in India, and it is one of the major reasons behind the box-office collections.

"Befikre" directed by Aditya Chopra showcases a contemporary love story which is set in the World's most romantic city, Paris.

Ranveer Singh and Vani Kapoor have done the lead roles in this movie, and their on-screen chemistry and the number of kissing scenes have pulled the youth to watch the movie.

Audience response

Another reason for the lukewarm response is due to the demonetization and the negative reviews on Twitter, and many who watched the movie on Friday wrote poor reviews on social media.

The journey of the rest of the film will depend on its acceptance among family audiences in the nation.