Turbo Box Office Collection Day 4: Mammootty's Latest Earns Rs 35 Crore

In comparison to the fourth-day collection of Mammootty's previous hit, Bramayugam, Turbo has marched ahead. The film which released on May 23, opened to mixed reviews at the box office. The film is directed by Vysakh, written by Midhun Manuel Thomas and produced by Mammootty under Mammootty Kampany. Read on to know more about the box office collection.
Turbo Box Office Collection

Image Credits: Mammootty X

Turbo, directed by Vyshak has opened to mixed reviews at the box office. The film, which released on May 23, stars Mammootty and Raj B Shetty in lead roles, along with actors Sunil and Anjana Jayaprakash in supporting roles.
On the first day, the film earned Rs 6.25 crore net.
According to the Sacnilk Turbo had an overall 48.53 percent occupancy in Malayalam theaters on Thursday.

Turbo box office collection day 4

In comparison to Mammootty's previous hit film Bramayugam, which earned Rs 3.85 crore on day 4, Turbo is few inches ahead.
As per data on Sacnilk, Turbo has earned Rs 4.05 crore net on Saturday and Rs 4.65 crore net on Sunday. The occupancy was 47.77 percent. This makes the domestic earnings to Rs 18.65 crore net. The worldwide earnings stand at Rs 35 crore.

About Turbo

Directed by Vysakh, Turbo is an action-packed film featuring Mammootty in the lead role. The screenplay, has been penned by Midhun Manuel Thomas. It marks the third collaboration between Mammootty and Vysakh following their successful films Pokkiri Raja and Madhura Raja. The film also marks the debut of Kannada actor Raj B Shetty, who played the role of the antagonist.
Turbo was made on a budget of Rs 70 crores. A review on Times Now read "Vishnu Sarma and Shameer Muhammed's team up on cinematography and editing respectively make this one of Vysakh’s better films in terms of the visuals and pacing, and Mammootty hasn't looked better! Christo Xavier's music definitely adds weight to the action sequences. With screenplay by Midhun Manuel Thomas, Turbo definitely had the right technical elements in place, but fails to deliver anything original. The film will definitely entertain, but will not wow you beyond its set pieces and a few written-for-Mammootty moments".
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