Week after week, Ravi Teja's film Khiladi, also known as Mass Maharaja, has grown in popularity. The theatrical performance for the film has been steadily falling. Critics also had a poor reaction to the film. The crowd had a mixed reception to the actioner. The film is now expected to earn between ₹22 and ₹23 crores.
|Fri||Day 1 (Feb 11)||₹6.75 Cr|
|Sat||Day 2 (Feb 12)||₹3.63 Cr|
|Sun||Day 3 (Feb 13)||₹2.94 Cr|
|Mon||Day 4 (Feb 14)||₹1.52 Cr|
|Tue||Day 5 (Feb 15)||₹1.41 Cr|
|Wed||Day 6 (Feb 16)||₹1.21 Cr (approx.)|
|Thu||Day 7 (Feb 17)||₹0.72 Cr (approx.)|
|Fri||Day 8 (Feb 18)||₹0.60 Cr (approx)|
|Sat||Day 9 (Feb 19)||₹0.80 Cr (approx)|
|Sun||Day 10 (Feb 20)||₹0.52 Cr (approx)|
|Mon||Day 11 (Feb 21)||₹0.40 Cr (approx)|
|Tue||Day 12 (Feb 22)||₹0.35 Cr (approx)|
|Total||₹20.45 Cr (approx|
The era of pan-India cinema has begun. The directors are also releasing films in Hindi in this situation. However, Khiladi's crew did not sufficiently market the picture across the Hindi belt to give it popularity. Actor Ravi Teja also did not promote the film in Hindi, hence the Hindi-language theatres were empty. For Pushpa, on the other side, a sizable audience of Hindi moviegoers had gathered at the theatres.