Natural star Nani's latest offering Krishnarjuna Yuddham was released on April 12 across the world. The film has received mixed reviews from critics and audiences. Nani who has entertained audiences since last year with back to back hits. But this time around, he has failed to live up to the audience's expectations in Krishnarjuna Yuddham.

Nani's Krishnarjuna Yuddham could be pulled off from theatres if the film fails to do minimum business the ticket window in the next one week. If Krishnarjuna Yuddham fails to garner enough moolah at the box office, then it would further boost the whopping collections of Ram Charan's Rangasthalam which is going great guns at the box office.

The film will fetch more numbers in an extended run of its third week. Krishnarjuna Yuddham released which hit the screens yesterday has failed to give stiff competition to Rangasthalam which continues to set the cash registers ringing at the worldwide box office.

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It is a known fact, Rangasthalam is doing stupendous business at the worldwide box office. Ram Charan has excelled in his role of a deaf villager. The rural theme holds an appeal and the treatment of the story has mesmerized the audiences. Ram Charan-Samantha have left the audiences impressed as Chitti Babu and Rama Lakshmi.

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The film is inching towards joing the 200 crore club while eyeing a lion's share of Rs 150 crores at global box office. Earlier, Prabhas's Baahubali and Chiranjeevi's Khaidi No.150 had reached this feat in Telugu film industry. The film is yet to join the elite club of Rs 150 Cr which is expected to happen this weekend.

Rumors doing the rounds suggest that Rangasthalam could be pulled out of most theatres next week due to Mahesh Babu's Bharat Ane Nenu release. Let's see if it happens given that Rangasthalam is bringing in so much money at the ticket window, the makers might as well run the movie instead of taking a risk with a new movie.