Entering the 100 Crore club was considered something unassailable for movies from the Malayalam film industry. But now, legendary actor Mohanlal who is aged 56 has proved it wrong, as his movie "Pulimurugan" which was released 34 days back has achieved the unimaginable feat for the first time in the history of Mollywood.

According to latest updates, this movie has grossed more than Rs 107 Crores from the box-office, as of now, and considering the theatrical rush it is enjoying now; we can easily conclude that it will somewhere around Rs. 150-165 Crores by the end of its theatrical run. 

Mohanalal has three Rs fifty crore hits to his credit:

It should also be noted that Mohanlal is the only actor in Malayalam who has three 50 Crore movies to his credit.

Earlier, "Drishyam" and "Oppam" had grossed 70 and 65 Crores respectively. "Oppam" is still in theatres, and we should wait for some more days to know the final figure.

The actor himself confirmed the news of entering the prestigious 100 Crore club through his official Twitter account. Through the post, he thanked the crew members of "Pulimurugan", his fans and moreover the almighty who helped him to achieve this remarkable feat.

Excellent response worldwide.

The film was released in the United Arab Emirates on November 03, 2016. In the UAE, the film broke the records created by "Kabali" and "Sultan" regarding opening day shows.

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The Vyshakh directorial shattered the records of Rajinikanth and Salman Khan movie by marking 600 odd shows on the first day. On the other hand, 'Kabali' and 'Sultan' had 425 and 225 shows respectively.

The remarkable achievement of this movie has compelled the director to think about a sequel. The director hinted a chance of making a sequel, but he also added that it would be done only if all the crew members have the same excitement to work again.

Mohanlal plays the role of a wild hunter who is determined to kill man-eating tigers. Action scenes crafted by acclaimed stunt choreographer Peter Hein are considered to be the major highlight of this flick.