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Another day, another mega milestone achieved by Aamir Khan’s Dangal. The film has crossed the 700 crore mark at China box office in 17 days and there is no stopping for this biopic which is earning like a beast and that too, in a foreign market.
Dangal has collected massive $12.64 million (81.47 crore) on its 3rd Sunday, making its incredible total in China of $113.49 million (731.53 crore) in 17 days. Crossing the 730 crore mark is something you will not see from any Indian movie in China for a long time and that boasts of a brilliant response the Chinese audience is showing to this great film.
Here are Dangal’s day-wise collections in China so far:
Friday – $ 2.08 million (13.39 crore)
Saturday – $ 4.17 million (26.81 crore)
Sunday – $ 5.05 million (32.48 crore)
Monday – $ 2.80 million (17.90 crore)
Tuesday – $ 3.12 million (22 crore)
Wednesday – $ 3.91 million (25.22 crore)
Thursday – $ 5.18 million (33.34 crore)
Friday – $ 6.21 million (39.85 crore)
Saturday – $ 13.66 million (87.66 crore)
Sunday – $ 14.02 million (90 crore)
Monday – $ 4.95 million (31.73 crore)
Tuesday – $4.92 million (31.54 crore)
Wednesday – $4.20 million (26.92 crore)
Thursday – $3.60 million (23.38 crore)
Friday – $5.97 million (38.48 crore)
Saturday – $16.40 million (105.71 crore)
Sunday – $12.64 million (81.47 crore)
Total collections: $113.49 million (731.53 crore)
There are so many records broken and achieved by Dangal during its run in China. It has become the Highest Grossing Indian Film in China, first Indian film to earn $100 million from overseas markets and also from a single country (China). It is also the highest grossing non-Hollywood movie in China of all time.
This is a very proud feeling for all Indians and Indian cinema as our film is getting so much love from global audience. In weekdays, Dangal will collect in the range of 15-20 crore/day or even more. By the end of 3rd week, it will cross the 800 crore mark easily.
Dangal has already dislodged Guardians of Galaxy: Vol 2 and has retained the no. 1 spot at China box office. It will be interesting to see how it performs when ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ will release on 26th May in China. It if stands tall in 4th week too, then there is no limit to what it can achieve. What a great time for Indian Cinema lovers.