Ramanujan biopic sets cash registers ringing

The biopic on mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan; The Man who knew Infinity, has found a huge connect with audiences across India. Backed by universal critical acclaim, and rated as a “must watch”, the movie has been performing extremely well.

Alok Tandon, CEO, Inox Leisure Limited had this to say, “The film has delivered terrific numbers over the weekend, and audiences are loving the film and the performances.”

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Devang Sampat, CEO, Cinepolis added “Audiences in India are enjoying biopics. And like Neerja, they love true stories of Indians. We will be opening the film in newer markets in the coming week”

The gross box office collections for the film for the weekend have been over Rs. 2.1 crore and the movie is on its way to becoming the highest grossing films of its genre.

Deepak Sharma COO of PVR Pictures adds “We are very proud to be associated with a film like, “The Man Who Knew Infinity”. The response to the film has been very encouraging and more than just the collections, audiences, love this true story of an Indian Genius”.