Seema Raja has performed well at Indian Box Office. However, this Sivakarthikeyan and Samantha Ruth Prabhu’s film hasn’t been able to leave behind the actor’s previous films in terms of its overseas performance. The film has raked in Rs 50. 15 lakh from around 110 screens in the US in its first weekend. This is less than the amount Sivakarthikeyan’s last two films collected at the US ticket window. While Velaikkaran minted Rs 1. 18 crore from 50 screens, Remo raked in Rs 96. 81 lakh from 70 screens across the US.
Seema Raja‘s performance in the UK is far impressive though. It has collected Rs 39. 69 lakh from 26 screens, better than actor’s Velaikkaran, which went on to earn Rs 31. 25 lakh from the same number of screens. However, the film’s performance is equally disappointing in Australia, where it has collected Rs 30. 2 lakh from 24 screens. Both Velaikkaran and Remo had performed way better by minting Rs 47.06 lakh from 27 screens and Rs 52.47 lakh from just 13 screens, respectively in Australia.
A still from Seema Raja
In New Zealand and at the Malaysian Box Office, the film has performed well but again, the performance is lower than how Siva’s last films performed there. In New Zealand, Seema Raja has earned Rs 3. 71 lakh (from 6 screens), whereas Velaikkaran earned Rs 4. 47 lakh (from 3 screens) and Remo did the business of Rs 4. 37 lakh (from 4 screens).
In Malaysia, Seema Raja has collected Rs 70. 65 lakh (from 22 screens). Velaikkaran had collected Rs 76. 04 lakh (from 17 screens) and Remo, Rs 1. 12 crore (from 36 screens) in their first weekend.
Figures taken from International Business Times