Discussion in 'My Name Is Khan' started by jg2k, Feb 11, 2010.
i want more
i wish fox india studio could release all SRK movie.
why....just that they seem to be able to release it in LOADS more countries & places than any other distribution studios...gives all his worldwide fans a chance to watch it in cinemas
Fox is increasing prints of MNIK in Hong Kong in the chinese new year....MNIK trending well there!
My name is Khan public review Hong Kong!!
Apparently don 2 is going to have the widest release of any bollywood film - it released in 41 countries already in its first phase and is releasing in 84 more countries in its 2nd phase.
My Name Is Khan Updated Collections :
India - 92 crore (18.5 million USD) GROSS - 73 cr NETT (14 million USD)
Overseas - 113 crores (22.5 million USD) (hong kong expectation included).
It released in hong kong in january 2012 and is expected to collect 0.5 million (2.5 crores).
Worldwide Gross : 205 crores.
Comaprison with other Bollywood Films : (worldwide gross)
1) 3 idiots : 360 cr (worldwide release completed)
2) Ra.one : 240 cr (2nd phase of overseas release remaining - about 31 countries in 2nd phase)
3) Don 2 : 231 cr (as of 21st january 2012, 2nd phase of overseas release remaining - about 84 countries in 2nd phase)
4) Bodyguard : 229 cr (worldwide release completed)
5) Dabaang : 213 cr (worldwide release completed)
6) My name is khan : 205 cr (worldwide release completed)
These are the 6 films of bollywood to gross more than 200 cr (40 million) worldwide.
waiting for the second phase to start, then i hope it beats that 3I movie!
Total Gross as of 26/02/2012 (Release date: 05/01/2012)
MNIK in Hong Kong - $107,197
MNIK Total Lifetime Grosses worldwide is $42,345,360 !
MNIK Total Lifetime Grosses worldwide is $42,345,360 ! record !
Total Lifetime Grosses
Domestic: $4,018,771 9.5%
+ Foreign: $38,326,589 90.5%
= Worldwide: $42,345,360
The film was absolutely phenomenal and record breaking overseas. Such a beautiful film deserved to be a blockbuster in India as well but it's a pity that such films don't have mass appeal in India, restricted mainly to the multiplex audience.