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Singham Returns set to touch Rs 150 cr mark, going strong at box office in second week

India TV Entertainment Desk 27 Aug 2014, 6:50:04 AM IST
India TV Entertainment Desk
New Delhi: Singham Returns in its second weekday is sailing well at box office as within eleven days of its release, the flick has flocked in Rs 145.57 cr nett worldwide.

On its second Monday, the Ajay Devgn and Kareena Kapoor Khan starrer collected Rs 2.68 cr nett taking the nine days domestic total to Rs 130.48 cr nett while at overseas it has collected Rs 15.09 cr nett.

According to data mentioned in Entertainment website bollywood hungama, USA & Canada has been the biggest contributor at overseas with Rs 5.22 cr collection.

UAE & G.C.C. is the second highest grosser at overseas with Rs 4.97 cr. The collection in other countries namely UK, Australia, New Zealand and Malaysia stands at Rs 3.13 cr, Rs 1.37 cr, Rs 0.35 and Rs 0.05 cr respectively.

The Rohit Shetty's directorial has already become the second biggest grosser of the year leaving behind Salman Khan's ‘Jai Ho' (Rs 116 cr) and Akshay Kumar's ‘Holiday- A Soldier Is Never Off Duty' (Rs 112.18 cr) life time collection in India.

Salman Khan's Kick rules this year for now. Within the same eleven days of its release, the Sajid Nadidadwala's directorial minted massive Rs 203.19 cr in India while the worldwide collection went up to Rs 261.54 cr.

Also starring Jacqueline Fernandez, Kick till now has made Rs 231.85 cr nett in India and is still running in few screens. The movie has to settle itself at no. 3 on Bollywood's biggest grossers' chart after Krrish 3 (Rs 244.92 cr) and Dhoom 3 (Rs 284.87 cr).

On the other hand Rani Mukerji's ‘Mardaani' is battling tough with Singham Returns which has a upper hand this week. ‘Mardaani' on Monday collected Rs 2.43 cr and within four days of its release, it has made Rs 16.89 cr nett in India.

At overseas, the Pradeep Sarkar directorial has garnered Rs 4.25 cr nett. Here are its overseas figures. USA & Canada- Rs 1.02 cr, UK- Rs 0.46 cr, UAE/G.C.C.- Rs 2.56 cr, Australia- Rs 0.18 cr, NZ- Rs 0.03 cr.