Balagam Telugu Movie Box Office Collection Till Date, Budget, Cast, and Plot

Balagam is a Telugu movie that hit theaters on March 3, 2023. The film, which has a U (Unrestricted Public Exhibition) rating, belongs to the drama genre. Balagam, a low-budget film starring Priyadarshi and Kavya Kalyanram in key roles, has captured the attention of viewers. The film has a compelling plot and strong performances from the talented cast, making it a must-see for Telugu film fans.

Balagam Box Office Collection

Though the movie Balagam has been in theaters for only two days, exact box office collection data is not yet available. However, according to various sources, the Day 1 (Opening Day) collection of the movie was about 0.70 Crores. Also, the Day 2 collection was about 0.65 Crores. The figures are estimates, and we cannot guarantee their accuracy.

DayCollection Amount
Day 1 (Opening Day)0.70 Crores
Day 20.65 Crores
Day 31.75 Crores
Day 4To be update
Day 5To be update
Total Collection3.10 Crores

Balagam Plotline

The conflict between two families—(Jayaram) Ailayya and (Muralidhar Goud) Narayana—that takes place in Telangana is the focus of the movie Balagam. Saailu (Priyadarshi) tries several businesses but fails in all of them. So he decides to get married and take dowry money to settle his debts. But his grandfather passed away before marriage and his wedding was called off because of some dispute. Watch the movie to know more!

Balagam Cast and Crew

Priyadarshi, Kavya Kalyanram, Venu, Muralidhar Goud, Jayaram, Roopa, Racha Ravi, and others star in the Balagam film.

The Director of the film is Venu Yeldandi and Harshith Reddy and Hanshitha Reddy are the producers of the film.

Dil Raju Productions, a top-notch production company, was responsible for the film’s creation.

Bheems Ceciroleo is the music director, Acharya Venu is the cinematographer. And Madhu is in charge of the editorial part.

Balagam Movie Budget

According to sources, the movie’s overall budget is about 10 crores. 8 crores for production costs, leaving 2 crores going towards printing and advertising costs.

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