The trailers and the songs of Rangasthalam had already established what the review did on Friday, when the film hit screens on March 30. Ram Charan Tej and director Sukumar were set out to do something new and unique and they succeeded. The film has received a lot of love and appreciation for the story, director, setting, performances for not just Ram Charan but also for the lead actress Samantha Akkineni. While the film is making some huge noise in India, it is shattering records at international box office.
The film is a huge success in Australia and USA and is showing no signs of slowing down. The numbers are here and they only speak for the massive wave the film has created. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh shared on Twitter, “It’s #Rangasthalam wave in USA… The Telugu film made a royal entry into the $ 2 million Club on Sun and is in no mood to slow down… While the final numbers will be updated later, what’s noteworthy is that it reached the magical figure in its opening weekend itself! @Rentrak (sic).”
Revealing more about the film’s performance in USA, Ramesh Bala revealed on Twitter, “From No.9 , #Rangasthalam with $2,265,424 has moved past No.8 – #NannakuPrematho ($2,022,392) , No.7 – #Agnyathavaasi ($2,065,527) and No.6 #Fidaa ($2,066,937) and takes No.6 Position in #USATop10AllTimeTelugu.”
Talking about the Australian market, Adarsh revealed, “This is HUGE… This is an EYE-OPENER… Telugu film #Rangasthalam is the SECOND BIGGEST *opening weekend grosser*  in AUSTRALIA… Collects A$ 289,768 [₹ 1.45 cr] in its opening weekend… Top 5 list follows… @Rentrak (sic).”
As far as the earnings (Australian market) of films from Hindi + Tamil + Telugu industries is concerned, Rangasthalam has beaten another March 30 release, Tiger Shroff’s Baaghi 2 in the weekend opening business. Check tweets: ALSO READ: Tiger Shroff On Baaghi 2 Success: I Am Thankful To All That Has Happened – Watch Video
The film, that is being called Ram Charan’s career best, has raked in Rs 88 crore in the worldwide box office over the first three days with a combined total of Rs 37.40 crore from Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, Rs 4.8 crore from Karnataka and Rs 1.3 crore from rest of the country.