Pushpa is still doing well at the box office, Pushpa week 6 box office collection stood at ₹8 crores in its sixth week. The total box office collections in India for the Allu Arjun-starrer are presently approximately ₹319 crores (gross). There is likely another ₹8-10 crores remaining in the tank, and the picture will undoubtedly gross more than ₹325 crores in its whole. It has earned another ₹35 crores or so from overseas, bringing the total to ₹354 crores.
Pushpa's week 6 box office collection was the third-highest of all time, trailing only Uri and Gadar. It was much better in Gujarat and CP-Berar, where it was an all-time high for the sixth week. The film has become a cultural phenomenon in Gujarat and Eastern Maharashtra, where it has become a massive blockbuster.
In these two circuits, the film grossed more more ₹300 crores as a GROSS Hindi film. It has crossed Rs.₹25 crores in Gujarat and, at this rate, might very well cross ₹30 crores, which just fifteen films have done in the state to date. Similarly, CP-Berar is among the top twenty highest grossing films of all time, with a chance of reaching the top sixteen.
The film's run has almost run out elsewhere, but the Hindi version is still on a roll and is nearly making up the whole India collection. The Hindi dubbed version is expected to break the ₹100 crores Nett mark this weekend, which was beyond anyone's most hopeful expectations on the day the film was released.
The film has benefited greatly from its wide release, and one could argue that the COVID-19 restrictions in some parts of India actually benefited the picture by pushing out the competitors.