Chennai Express leaves Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai Dobara behind at box office

Mumbai: Chennai Express is unperturbed with this week's release ‘Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai Dobara' as the flick is way ahead of Akshay-Sonakshi starrer in terms of Box-Office collections. Though, the domestic figures are awaited
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India TV Entertainment Desk 17 Aug 2013, 01:03 PM IST
Mumbai: Chennai Express is unperturbed with this week's release ‘Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai Dobara' as the flick is way ahead of Akshay-Sonakshi starrer in terms of Box-Office collections.

 

Though, the domestic figures are awaited but the overseas collection reveals who is the real king at box office.

While giving a comparison between the two flicks trade analyst Trade Analyst tweets:

“Just going through the international charts... Chennai Express is having a dream run there. Figures follow...

NEW ZEALAND: OUATIMD Fri NZ$ 5,254 [Rs 2.63 lacs]. Chennai Express [Week 2] Fri NZ$ 14,788. Total: NZ$ 189,378 [Rs 94.69 lacs].

AUSTRALIA: OUATIMD Thu A$ 9,193, Fri A$ 17,854. Total: A$ 27,047 [Rs 15.33 lacs]. ChennaiExpress [Week 2] Fri A$ 34,571. Total: A$ 573,592 [Rs 3.25 cr].

UK: OUATIMD Thu £ 14,119, Fri £ 29,428. Total: £ 43,547 [Rs 41.99 lacs]. Chennai Express [Week 2] Fri £ 64,278. Total: £ 14,33,245 [Rs 13.82 cr].

Once Upon A Time In Mumbai Dobaara' on Thursday released is 1600 screes, thereby earning 14.2 crore while ‘Chennai Express' earned Rs.19.6 crore net in India.

Balaji Motion Pictures' "Once Upon A Time In Mumbai Dobaara!” released in approximately 1,600 screens across the country Thursday and collected Rs.14.2 crore from paid previews.

But even ‘Once Upon A Time In Mumbai Dobaara” expanded in 2500 screens all over on Friday, there doesn't seems a big competition for Chennai Express which had crossed rs 150 crore mark by Thursday.
 
   
 

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