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Dangal breaks PK record in China, mints over 100 crore in 4 days

India TV Entertainment Desk New Delhi 10 May 2017, 9:57:25 AM IST
India TV Entertainment Desk

Aamir Khan is on a roll in China. The superstar’s blockbuster Dangal has collected over Rs 100 crore in four days of its release in the neighbouring country. This means that the film has broken the record of PK, which is again Aamir's epic film.

Dangal, a story of a wrestler who trains his daughters to become world champions in wrestling, released in China as Shuai Jiao Baba on May 5 which means "Let's Wrestle, Dad". The movie released in around 7,000 screens and minted over Rs 120 crore by Tuesday evening, said a spokesperson of Aamir Khan Productions.

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Reacting to the overwhelming response to the movie, Aamir told IANS over email: "Me and the entire team of Dangal are very touched with the love and affection that our film 'Dangal' is getting in China. I have been visiting Chinese social media websites and reading translations of the reactions. It is truly moving to see such a strong emotional bond that the Chinese have with our film.

"On behalf of our entire team, I would like to thank our Chinese audience and want them to know that we are all so happy. And I would like to thank our distributors in China for giving our film such a nice release."

In the past, Aamir's "3 Idiots" and "PK" did well in China. In fact, "PK" was the first Bollywood film to mint over Rs 100 crore in China -- and it had done so in 16 days back in 2015.

A biopic of former Indian wrestler Mahavir Phogat, "Dangal" had also resonated well with the Indian audience, generating over Rs 385 crore ticket sales upon its release in India.

Just a month before the movie's release, Aamir and "Dangal" director Nitesh Tiwari were in China to promote "Dangal", which officially opened this year's edition of the Beijing International Film Festival.

(With IANS Inputs)