Dangal 3rd Day (Sunday) Collection: Crossed 100 Cr in 3 Days

Worldwide Collection of Dangal on its 3rd Day

After much hoopla and extensive promotions, Dangal, touted to be one of the biggest releases of 2016, hit the screens this week. The film starring Aamir Khan in the lead along with debutants Sanya Malhotra and Fatima Sana Sheikh has opened to an extremely positive response not just in India but also the overseas.  Bollywood sport drama movie Dangal released on its scheduled date 23 Dec’16 at box office. Starring so many good names in the lead roles, the movie was one of the most anticipated movies of this year 2016 in overseas cinemas too.


There were so many expectations by audiences as well as the critics as all of them have given good word of mouth for the film before its release and critics review were also too positive for the film like all are in favor of the film. When the film hit the theatres on Friday, it seemed that audience found that unique factor in the film as it was being predicted in it. Movie is good piece of entertainment and all characters are must watch as per the audience reviews till the third day of its release so overall Sunday performance of film is awesome.

After a good gap, international audience enjoyed an acting based film. Dangal after getting tremendous public response before in India now has come to show up its performance on the big screens word widely. The film on Sunday, i.e. today started with highest occupancy of the viewers were seen outside the theatres in big numbers resulting in the third day collection of around 42.35 Crores. Film made overall a fantastic business today due to favorable response of Indian movies lovers in all the overseas regions.

Earlier it was predicted that Exodus will be greatly affecting Dangal much but now it seems that Bollywood lovers have opted for their own taste film. Dangal has released in over 5300 screens worldwide which includes 4300 screens in India and 1000 screens abroad and has grossed approx. 135 crores worldwide. The collections also include the paid previews that were held in different countries overseas as well as collections from the dubbed versions of the film in the domestic markets.

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