According to reports on Feb. 11, 2013, Kamal Haasan's controversial multi-language movie "Vishwaroopam" has earned Rs 120 crores ($23 million) in four days at the box-office in India.
The movie was banned for two weeks in Tamilnadu for its alleged anti-muslim content.
After some muslim organizations and the producers agreed to release the film after several cuts, the movie was released on Feb. 7, 2013 in Tamilnadu.
Actor Rahul Bose, who plays an Afghani al-Qaeda Jihadi in the movie, tweeted this news.
Bose tweeted "Just received figures of the all india box office collections of vishwaroopam. 120 crores and counting. Superb!"
"Vishwaroopam" is the first film I've been a part of that's made over 100 crores. Congratulatuions to the team and mr haasan especially!"
The movie collected more than Rs. 5 crores on the opening day of the release across 600 theatres in Tamilnadu.
The movie directed and produced by Kamal Haasan was made at a budget of Rs 95 crores.