The Goat Life (Aadujeevitham) Box Office Collection Day 5: Blessy's Survival Thriller Registers Drop In India Collections

Aadujeevitham, which is based on the 2008 bestselling novel by Benyamin, created history by becoming the first Malayalam film to collect Rs 50 crore at the global box office within four days of its release. On its fifth day, this is how the film fared at the Indian Box Office...
A Still From Aadujeevitham

A Still From Aadujeevitham

Aadujeevitham Movie Collection: Prithviraj Sukumaran's film Aadujeevitham, also known as The Goat Life, registered a small drop in collections at the Indian Box Office on Monday, its fifth day after release. According to numbers put out by box office website Sacnilk, the film made a net collection of Rs 5.25 crores in India on Monday.
On Sunday, the film had a net collection of Rs 8.7 crore at the Indian box office while on Saturday, it had collected Rs 7.75 crore.

Aadujeevitham Creates History

Meanwhile, the unit of the film claimed that the film had set a new milestone in the Malayalam film industry by becoming the first Malayalam film to collect Rs. 50 crore at the global box office, within just four days of its release. This record has surpassed the previous number held by Mohanlal’s Lucifer. Interestingly, Prithviraj Sukumaran directed the 2019 film.
Prithviraj Sukumaran, the lead actor of the film, took to social media to share the news with fans and followers. As per reports, The Goat Life raked in an impressive Rs. 7 crore on its opening day, setting a new record for the highest first-day collection featuring Prithviraj in the lead.

About Aadujeevitham

Aadujeevitham, which has been directed by Blessy and which features Prithviraj Sukumaran and Amala Paul in the lead, is a survival thriller based on a real life story. The film tells the story of a young man Najeeb, who in the early 90s migrated to the middle east from the lush green shores of Kerala in search of better fortunes. How the poor migrant worker, who was tortured by his employer and stranded in the middle of the desert, escaped is what Aadujeevitham is all about.
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