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Dangal box office collection day 19: Every record Aamir Khan film broke to earn Rs 350 cr

Dangal box office collection day 19: Aamir Khan film has collected Rs 353.68 crore in its third week and has become the first Bollywood film to cross Rs 350-crore mark with its Tuesday collection.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: January 11, 2017 4:08:37 pm
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With Dangal, Aamir Khan continues to write new rules for Bollywood filmmakers. The film has collected Rs 353.68 crore in its third week and crossed Rs 350-crore mark — a first for Indian cinema — with its Tuesday collection. Dangal earned Rs 10.80 crore, Rs 14.33 crore, 4.35 crore and Rs 4.03 crore on Saturday, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday respectively. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh shared, “#Dangal crosses ₹ 350 cr mark… [Week 3] Fri 6.66 cr, Sat 10.80 cr, Sun 14.33 cr, Mon 4.35 cr, Tue 4.03 cr. Total: ₹ 353.68 cr. India biz.”

Dangal film has also collected Rs 180.58 crore in the overseas market. Taran tweeted, “#Dangal – OVERSEAS – Total till Sun, 8 Jan: $ 26.47 million [₹ 180.58 cr]… Crosses $ 11 million in USA-Canada. AWESOME.”


Aamir Khan-starrer Dangal has also emerged as the highest grossing Hindi film ever leaving behind films like PK and Bajrangi Bhaijaan. Dangal overthrew these two, which had a lifetime collection of Rs 340.8 crore and Rs 320. 34 crore respectively. Dangal is also the highest grossing film of 2016, overthrowing Sultan with a collection of Rs 300.45 crore. Dangal follows the trend too, as all previous Aamir Khan films, to start new clubs in the industry. Ghajini started Rs 100-crore club, 3 Idiots started Rs 200-crore club and PK started Rs 300-crore club.

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Dangal is only the fourth film to touch Rs 300-crore mark. Other films that have crossed the amount include PK, Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Sultan. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh shared, “At the speed at which #Dangal is sprinting, ₹ 300 cr is an easy target… Will be the 4th film to achieve it [#PK, #BajrangiBhaijaan, #Sultan].”

Dangal had a mid-week release in the overseas market. The film is also the all-time highest weekend grosser in North America. The record was previously held by Aamir Khan’s film Dhoom 3. Dangal also becomes the first Hindi film to have got the highest opening in Australia. Trade analyst Komal Nahta shared, “Dangal opened to packed houses in Australia (USD 181K), making it the highest opening for any Hindi film ever in Australia.”

After collecting Rs 42.35 crores on its first Sunday, Dangal has the highest Sunday collection too for any Hindi film ever. The previous record was held by Salman Khan-starrer Bajrangi Bhaijaan that pocketed Rs 38.75 crore on Sunday. Taran shared, “#Dangal has an INCREDIBLE Mon… Fri 29.78 cr, Sat 34.82 cr, Sun 42.35 cr, Mon 25.48 cr. Total: ₹ 132.43 cr. India biz. FABULOUS!”

Bollywood’s biggest box-office earners list is lead by Aamir Khan’s Dangal and PK. Here are the top 10 blockbusters…

Dangal: Rs 349.65 crore
PK: Rs 340.8 crore
Bajrangi Bhaijaan: Rs 320.34 crore
Sultan: Rs 300.45 crore
Dhoom 3: Rs 280.25 crore
Krrish 3: Rs 240.5 crore
Kick: Rs 233 crore
Chennai Express: Rs 227.13 crore
Prem Ratan Dhan Paayo: Rs 207.4 crore
Happy New Year: Rs 205 crore

A timeline of how Dangal broke the records…

Crossed ₹ 50 cr: Day 2
₹ 100 cr: Day 3
₹ 150 cr: Day 5
₹ 200 cr: Day 8
₹ 250 cr: Day 10
₹ 300 cr: Day 13
₹ 350 cr: Day 19

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