Sarkar 4th Day Box Office Collection: Vijay starrer Grosses near 150 Crores Worldwide!

The much-loved Vijay is arguably one of the most successful stars in the Tamil film industry today. He enjoys a strong fan following courtesy his good looks, impressive personality and versatility as an actor. At present, he is in the limelight he is in the limelight because of his latest film Sarkar. The film is a political-thriller and it features him in the role of a crusader.
The Murugadoss directorial hit the screens on November 6, 2018 and opened to a phenomenal response at the Tamil Nadu box office. Since then, it has remained the undisputed choice of the fans. Here is the latest box office update.

Day 4 Collections

As per the early estimates, Sarkar managed to rake in between Rs 10 Crore and Rs 20 Crore on Friday(November 9, 2018) and this helped it remain the king of the Tamil Nadu box office. Its total 4-day collections are expected to be around Rs 80 Crore. This is a phenomenal figure and it bears testimony to Thalapathy's star power.

The Stakes Are High! Stakes Are High!

As per several trade experts, Sarkar needs to collect at least Rs 150 at the Tamil Nadu box office alone in order to be a profitable venture for all the stakeholders. The stakes clearly very high and the film has to stay strong for several days in order to be a success. In other words, it just can't slow down.

The WOM Is Mixed

The consensus is that Sarkar is a solid film that does justice to Vijay's on-screen image while raising a few hard-hitting questions. However, at the same time, a few fans have pointed out that the film is not as powerful as Kaththi and Thuppakki. As such, the WOM is decent but not extraordinarily good. And, this might affect Sarkar in the near future.

The Road Ahead...

Sarkar is all set to have a phenomenal weekend. The collecions for Saturday(November 10, 2018) and Sunday(November 11, 2018) should be a lot higher than the Friday collections and this is bounf to go a long way in helping it consolidate its standing at the box office

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