‘Crack’ raised Rs 6.65 crore a share in six days in Nizam. Analysts estimate that the film will gross Rs 10 crore a share in Nizam in its full run. In fact, if there were more theaters, ‘Crack’ would have collected about Rs 8 crore a share by now. On the sixth day, it collected nearly Rs 95 lakh in Nizam. The share is approximately Rs 60 lakh. In total, in six days, ‘Crack’ gross in Nizam was Rs 11.5 crore and the share was Rs 6.5 crore. Details of the 6 day collections for the remaining areas are yet to be known.
Meanwhile, ‘Crack’ is reported to have crossed the break even point in most areas within five days. Distributors in English states have entered the profit zone. In five days, the film has grossed Rs 16.65 crore in two English states. The film has reportedly sold theatrical rights in the English states for Rs 16.5 crore. That is, the film has already gone into profits. The reason why ‘Crack’ is so successful with 50 per cent occupancy is that if it was 100 per cent, some records would have come and gone in the Maharaja’s account.