Khiladi, starring Ravi Teja, performed poorly at the box office, grossing little more than ₹18 crores in its first week. Ravi Teja's next project, which follows his highest-grossing picture to date, Krack, had substantially larger production costs than his prior attempts. It needed to start strong if it was to have a chance of succeeding, but that wasn't the case last week with a mediocre start. The crowd reaction was mediocre, which meant that the trending was mediocre as well.
|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)|
|Total||₹19.58 Cr (approx|
The film was overshadowed by a much smaller movie, DJ Tillu, which came out a day later but had nearly any higher receipts as of yesterday. There was also a Hindi dubbed version available, but given the dearth of information, it was unreasonable to expect much from it.