Mumbai: Recently, many South Indian films were released which made huge money at the box office. KGF, Jailor and Pushpa were among these films, whose success rocked the entire box office. These films created a lot of buzz among the audience. After the tsunami of films like KGF, Kantara, Jailor, now another South Indian film is hitting the theatres. The film, which came without any fanfare, has created such a buzz at the box office that it is being discussed everywhere. The film is getting a lot of support from the audience, due to which this modest film made on a budget of 8 crores has earned more than 80 crores at the box office.
After blockbusters like Jailor, Pushpa, KGF and Virupaksh, the South Indian film titled ‘RDX: Robert Donny Xavier’ is hitting the theatres. This is a Malayalam film, which was released in theaters on 25 August. Made on a budget of around 8 crore rupees, the film has earned almost 10 times more than its budget so far. You heard it right, the film which came without much fanfare has so far earned almost 10 times its budget.
Not only that, RDX’s earnings trend hasn’t stopped yet. Even on the 23rd day of its release in India, the film collected around Rs. 75 lakhs has been collected and slowly but surely Rs. 80 crore mark has been crossed. The story of the film revolves around Robert, Xavier and Robert’s brother Donnie. whose family is also doing well. Xavier’s father Antony, Robert and Donnie’s father Philip are also good friends. Robert, Xavier and Donnie are always caught up in fights, much to the dismay of their families. The story revolves around these three.
RDX: Robert Downey is directed by Xavier Nayas Hidayat. The film is produced by Manuel Cruz Darwin, Anjana Abraham, Nahas Hidayat and Sophia Paul and stars Antony Varghese, Shane Nigam and Neeraj Madhav in lead roles. Apart from this, Mahima Nambiar, Aima Rozmi, Sebastian, Lal, Babu Antonis, Mala Parvathy and Baiju also play important roles in RDX. The film was released on the occasion of Onam, which turned out to be a blockbuster.
First published: September 20, 2023, 08:56 IST