Toyin Abraham beats her record as Malaika closes in on #300million Gross.

Toyin Abraham beats her record as Malaika closes in on #300million Gross.

As ‘Malaika’ approaches ₦300 million in revenue, Toyin Abraham surpasses her own record.

The public is prepared for new industry records by the most recent box office breakdown from Nigeria.

Nigerian director Toyin Abraham broke the previous record with her most recent film, Malaika, which brought in more money than her previous feature, Ijakumo.

The Cinemas Exhibitors Association of Nigeria (CEAN) released a report today, Monday, January 22, 2024, stating that Malaika lost ₦10.9 million during the course of the weekend (January 18–21, 2024), bringing its total revenue to ₦283,352,445.

According to the most recent data, it has already outperformed the 2022 film Ijakunmo, which ended its theatrical run with a total gross of ₦278,496,384, in just one month of its debut.

Ijakunmo, which is still available to stream on Netflix, and Malaika, which is presently playing in theaters around the country, are presently chasing each other down the list of the highest-grossing Nigerian films ever, with the former at number ten and the latter at number eleven.

A Tribe Called Judah is at the top of the list, with earnings close to ₦1.5 billion despite a steady decline since the year’s start. With a current local total of ₦1,350,028,330, the film is still the highest-grossing Nigerian film ever.

While this is going on, the American musical comedy Mean Girls is having trouble capturing the interest of Nigerian viewers, earning ₦4 million over the course of the weekend and ₦11.2 million overall since its two-week premiere.

The Cinemas Exhibitors Association of Nigeria (CEAN) released a report today, Monday, January 22, 2024, stating that Malaika lost ₦10.9 million during the course of the weekend (January 18–21, 2024), bringing its total revenue to ₦283,352,445.

According to the most recent data, it has already outperformed the 2022 film Ijakunmo, which ended its theatrical run with a total gross of ₦278,496,384, in just one month of its debut.

Ijakunmo, which is still available to stream on Netflix, and Malaika, which is presently playing in theaters around the country, are presently chasing each other down the list of the highest-grossing Nigerian films ever, with the former at number ten and the latter at number eleven.

Source: africanworldentertainment.com

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