Dangal 10 Days Worldwide Collection
The Aamir Khan starrer, Dangal directed by Nitesh Tiwari released on 23rd December 2016. The film that is based on the life of wrestler Manahvir Singh Phogat and also marks the Bollywood debut of Sanya Malhotra and Fatima Sana Sheikh has opened well at the box office. In fact Dangal that released across 4300 screens in India has managed to cross the Rs. 100 cr mark in just three days at the domestic box office. In this box office report we take a look at the worldwide collections of Dangal while comparing the same to previous releases. Interestingly Dangal that started off at the box office with a bang has already managed to gross Rs. 463 cr at the worldwide box office.
Dangal, starring Aamir Khan, continues to dominate the box office with its collection still going strong on the second week. Dangal completed nine days at the Indian box office on Saturday, taking its earning close to Rs 250 crore nett. Directed by Nitesh Tiwari, Dangal has been having a superb run at the box office since its opening day. The movie had crossed Rs 100 crore mark at the domestic market on its third day and surpassed Rs 200 crore by the end of its day eight.
Now, with the excellent collection on its ninth day, Dangal is set to cross Rs 300 crore collection by the completion of its day 11 at the Indian box office. Dangal collected Rs 31.72 crore nett on Sunday, taking its ten-day collection to Rs 270.47 crore nett.
#Dangal is SENSATIONAL in Weekend 2… [Week 2] Fri 18.59 cr, Sat 23.07 cr, Sun 32.04 cr. Total: ₹ 271.24 cr. India biz. FANTABULOUS!,” trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted.
The film has collected over Rs 131 crore overseas, taking its worldwide collection to over Rs 400 crore. “#Dangal is TERRIFIC internationally…OVERSEAS – Total till Sat, 31 Dec: $ 19.28 million [Rs 131.02 cr],” Taran Adarsh tweeted. Dangal has already broken several box office records and considering the current pace, the movie is likely to go a long way. It has fully cashed in on the festive season but now its collection may witness a gradual fall as the holidays are over.
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