Bro theatrical collections continue to soar in its second weekend, family crowds

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People Media Factory, one of the leading production houses in Telugu cinema, joined hands with ZEE Studios for Pawan Kalyan-Sai Dharam Tej’s Bro directed by Samuthirakani. Trivikram wrote the screenplay, dialogues for the film that opened to an emphatic response from crowds and critics alike on July 28.

Be it Samuthirakani’s emotional story or Pawan Kalyan’s charisma, the matured performance from Sai Dharam Tej, the film struck a chord with viewers across all age groups and it is now continuing its victorious run in its second weekend as well. Despite varied opinions, the box office pull of the film hasn’t diminished.

Over the second weekend, the film is increasingly finding acceptance from family crowds, who have connected with the essence of the story about mortality and its entertainment value. Multiple ticket-booking platforms are reporting a solid response from viewers and it shows how a well-made film will always get its due.

Several other factors have contributed to the film’s success including S Thaman’s pulsating background score, Trivikram’s sharp dialogues and strong performances from the supporting cast. The references to Pawan Kalyan’s films like Tammudu, Jalsa organically weaved into Bro are a rage at theatres.

Sai Dharam Tej, who has been extensively promoting the film in Telugu states, is more enthralled than ever that the film’s noble intent is finding acceptance. Priya Prakash Varrier, Samuthirakani, Rohini, Rajeswari Nair, Raja, Tanikella Bharani, Vennela Kishore, Subbaraju, Prudhvi Raj, Narra Srinu, Yuva Lakshmi, Devika, Ali Reza and Surya Srinivas formed the supporting cast of Bro.