Dangal 1st Day Overseas Collection; UAE-GCC, UK & Australia Box Office Report

Dangal First Day Overseas Collection

Because of the occasion of Christmas the occupancy of the latest Bollywood venture Dangal has been record breaking in the Indian regions. This Aamir Khan Starrer latest biographical sports drama movie has attracted the foreign audience too as the trailers were big hit in abroad also. Due to so much publicity and hypes regarding Dangal before its release, this film is in huge attention of public in the foreign countries like USA, UAE etc. we have always seen that overseas markets have also many viewers for Indian movies and that there are many fans followers of Indian superstars in international places.


Especially USA and UAE are known for showing Indian films at a good number of screens on overseas screens. Danga; released today on 21st December 2016 on all the places in Indian international countries. Film opened fantastically and did good performance on its first day of release in the below countries. Dangal has released on 4300 screens (Overseas: close to 1000 screens) worldwide so it is expected to make recording making business in the domestic and international box office. Aamir Khan has good fan following in USA and hence he gained pretty well income in the region of USA today.

The occupancy was decent considering it an Indian film and still it managed to collect 2.21 Crores (USA-Canada) . In UAE the film was very much awaited by the viewers as Aamir Khan movies are mostly shown with great excitement and response in this region. Being the Christmas occasion audience was so much eager to watch the film and the first day income of Dangal in UAE was reported to be 1.63 Crores* with around 50-60 % occupancy.

Australia is quite like the Indian region and most of the blockbuster movies of India are shown in Australia cinemas with great response and excitement. The multiplexes and cinema halls in Australia has recorded a positive collection for Dangal on the first day of release with 0.80 cr*. The occupancy was also good enough as compared to the response for other Indian movies.

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