Aamir Khan’s Dangal is about to Hit Rs 1100 Crore in China and is Very Close to Reach Rs 1900 Crore in the International Market

After a massive hit in India, Aamir Khan’s blockbuster film Dangal began to spread its charisma in the global market as well.  It started with Rs 29.8 Crore on its first day release and collected Rs 511 Crore and Rs 205 Crore oversees which grossed total Rs 716 Crore in the initial run. Unbelievably, Dangal received a huge response in the international theatres. In China it hit Rs 1089 Crore till 4th of June 2017.

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Trade analyst Mr. Taran Adarsh on Twitter stated: “#Dangal Gross Box Office Collection @ Worldwide Box Office (Till June 4th 2017): #China – Rs 1089 crore. #Taiwan – Rs 36.50 crore.  Rest of the World – Rs 744.50 crore. Total – Rs 1870 crore.”  Which means, pretty soon we can expect Dangal racking up INR 1100 crore from the Chinese market.  It became the highest grossing Indian film, just within four days of theatrical release in China. It crashed the record since 5th May after it was shown in 7000 plus screen. This is one of the biggest achievements for the Dangal team. According to the Indian film records in China, Aamir Khan’s Dangal beat ‘PK’, yet another Aamir Khan’s own film. He reported to the media, “We were pleasantly surprised” as the Dangal team had never thought that the Chinese audience would connect themselves with this film’s story so much that it would hit INR 1089 Crore. 

On global grounds as well, the movie Dangal surprisingly outperformed many Indian films and is now about to procure INR 1900 Crore.  Hitting around Rs 36.50 Crore in Taiwan, Rs 25.78 Crore in UK, Rs 59 Crore in Gulf Countries, Dangal  outnumbered more than Rs 744.50 Crore, which totals up to Rs 1870 Crore in the international market . And it is expected to reach Rs 1900 very soon. 

Despite of the economical bust during demonetisation, Dangal managed to bear fruit across the worldwide platform.  It sets the history of the highest earning non-Hollywood film. 

Dangal is a biographical sports drama film, starring Aamir Khan as Mahavir Singh Phogat. Here Aamir Khan is playing the role of the father who supports and trains his two daughters Geeta Phobat and Babita Kumari to be world-class wrestlers. Living in a patriarchal society where wrestling and all the other sports are still dominated by men, these two women shows their strength and capabilities which made them win the Commonwealth Games in 2010. Dangal conveys a message on how women should be treated in the society and how they must be encouraged to take active participation in sports. This film also had a positive impact on the wrestling field. 

With this wonderful storyline, Dangal deserves to receive worldwide appreciation. We can expect much better response on the international platform in the near future. 


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