Aamir Khan’s recent Bollywood movie ‘Dangal’ has completed about two months at box office. The film made a total business of Rs 387.31 crore in India. Nitesh Tiwari’s directorial venture performed impressively in the overseas and raked a worldwide collection of Rs 718.31 crore. The movie minted Rs 180.94 crore in the international market.
Hitting on 4300 screens in India and 1000 screens in the overseas, the movie based on the life of popular Indian wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat kicked off its box office journey with a collection of Rs 29.78 crore on opening day. The celluloid showcased development in its business in first weekend days and garnered Rs 34.82 crore and Rs 42.41 crore on 2nd and 3rd day, respectively.
Surpassing the 100-crore mark in opening weekend, the multi-starrer cinema narrating the struggle of women wrestler grossed Rs 197.54 crore in first week. The celluloid maintained consistency in its box office earnings in second week and pocketed an overall income of Rs 115.96 crore from 8th day to 14th day of its release in Indian cinema halls.
Further exhibiting the stagnancy in business, the movie totalled a box office collection of Rs 43.94 crore in third week. The income rate lowered down slightly in fourth week. Witnessing a sharp declination in the audiences’ response, ‘Dangal’ earned a collection of Rs 15.08 crore in fourth week. The celluloid further saw decline in its box office figure and grossed Rs 8.95 crore in fifth week.
The film, which starred TV actress Sakshi Tanwar in lead role opposite Aamir Khan, collected Rs 1.79 crore in sixth week. In seventh and eighth week, the movie made a business of Rs 1.02 crore and Rs 0.43 crore, respectively. The Hindi flick reported more drop in the income in next week and registered a business of Rs 0.19 crore in that week.
Dangal performed splendidly in foreign countries and curbed an income of Rs 180.94 crore in the overseas. The movie collected Rs 0.92 crore in Malaysia, Rs 3.16 crore in New Zealand, Rs 13.48 crore in Australia, Rs 21.45 crore in United Kingdom, Rs 52.59 crore in United Arab Emirates, Rs 82.71 crore in North America and Rs 6.63 crore in rest of the world.