Thunivu vs. Varisu: Why is #KingOfOpening trending when an online feud between Ajith and Vijay fans erupts?

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Thunivu vs. Varisu: Why is #KingOfOpening trending when an online feud between Ajith and Vijay fans erupts?

Yesterday saw the global release of Ajith’s Thunivu and Vijay’s Varisu, both of which have received better-than-average reviews. The box office results have been anxiously anticipated by movie fans. Although the creators of two films have not yet provided official numbers, a few figures are circulating.

Thunivu vs Varisu: Here's why #KingOfOpening is trending as Twitter war erupts between fans of Ajith and Vijay

According to rumours, Thunivu defeated Varisu in Tamil Nadu. Many believe that the latter’s success at the box office is due to the latter’s acquisition of larger screens.

In some of Tamil Nadu’s most important cities, including Chennai, Chengalpet, and Trichy, H Vinoth’s action drama outperformed Vamshi Paidipally’s family drama on the first day of release. The greatest opening for an Ajith movie overseas and in neighbouring states is anticipated to be Thunivu.

The actor has been known for years as the “King of Openings” due to his unrivalled ability to draw crowds on opening weekends. Excited admirers of the star flocked to Twitter to trend the hashtag #KingOfOpening. On social media, however, there are vehement debates about Tamil Nadu’s day one numbers.

According to reports, the films’ combined day-one Tamil Nadu box office receipts exceeded 45 crores, setting a new state record. Given that the films have only received positive reviews, it remains to be seen how far they will be able to draw in a diverse audience in the days to come.

When the global box office is taken into account, Varisu has risen to the top. Many movie fans point out that if the Telugu version had been released on the same day, the box office revenue would have been higher.







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