Tamil Amma Kanakku Box Office Collection, review, rating & opening day earning


The Tamil Remake of the Bollywood movie Nil Battey Sannata (2016) is ready to be released on 24th June by the name “Amma Kanakku“. Amma Kanakku is a Tamil drama movie directed by Ashwini Iyer Tiwari who was highly impressed by the script of the critically acclaimed flick Nil Battey Sannata. Nil Battey Sannata was not a big commercial hit but it surely won hearts and praises from the mass. Actress Amala paul is to do the same role in Amma Kanakku that was played by Swara Bhaskar in Nil Battey Sannata; a mother of a 13-year-old girl. It is to be mentioned here that Swara Bhaskar’s performance was extremely appreciated in the movie. Now whether Amala is able to do justice to her role or not; will be revealed on 24th June 2016!!! Get the Amma Kanakku box office collection from here.

Directed by Ashwini Iyer Tiwari
Produced by Anand L. Rai
Starring Amala Paul
Music by Ilaiyaraaja
Cinematography Gavemic U Ary
Colour Yellow Pictures
Wunderbar Films
Country India
Language Tamil

Amma Kanakku box office collection | opening day earning

Amma Kanakku movie is the very sensitive movie. Amma Kanakku first day collection may dominate the box office. Here we are sharing Amma Kanakku box office collection prediction of the first week.

Amma Kanakku 1st day collection: 4 Cr

Amma Kanakku 2nd day earning: 3 Cr

Amma Kanakku 3rd day income: 2 Cr

Amma Kanakku first weekend collection: 8 Cr

Amma Kanakku 1st week total collection: 10 Cr

Amma Kanakku movie reviews, rating & audience response

The story of the movie Amma Kanakku revolves around a 13-year-old girl and her school dropped out mother. This single mother works as a housemaid to raise her daughter who is moody and has no willingness to learn. The story takes an interesting turn when the mother gets herself enrolled in her daughter’s class!! After that how does the equation of mother and daughter change, how does it motivate both the mother and daughter; is all depicted in the movie. The movie has a big question and a strong message; that despite all the social or financial constraints and inequalities, everyone still has the right to dream big and achieve all that they can.