Ram Charan in a still from Rangasthalam. It is the third highest grossing Telugu film after Baahubali. Its per-screen average is nearly equal to that of Krishnarjuna Yuddham, which has grossed Rs 24 crore approximately in its opening weekend. As per the latest update on Firstpost, the film has managed to gross a whopping Rs 175 crore at the worldwide market. Again, a non-Baahubali record for Tollywood.
Rangasthalam has earned Rs 120 crore in its 17-day run only in the Telugu-speaking states. With the worldwide theatrical rights valued at Rs 80 crore and worldwide cumulative share standing at Rs 107 crore, the Mythri Movie Makers production has become the first South Indian blockbuster of 2018 which is crippled by a two-month-long no-show from Tamil cinema. However, another factor is also played crucial role.
SS Rajamouli's Baahubali: The Beginning went on to gross Rs 650 crore worldwide, a record that was broken by its sequel, Baahubali: The Conclusion. The movie within a week managed to earn a crore, thus making it one of the highest earning Telugu films in Chennai.
Rangasthalam fared well at the worldwide box office in the second week. Mega Powerstar Ram Charan has crossed dad Megastar's Khaidi No 150. It is now inching towards the 3.5 million dollar mark at the USA box office. The second song, "Ranga Ranga Rangasthalaana" was released on YouTube in March and garnered more than 2 million within 24 hours of its release.