Aamir Khan starrer beats Hollywood films to top box office


  • Aamir Khan starrer beats Hollywood films to top box office
    Aamir Khan starrer beats Hollywood films to top box office
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After shattering down a bunch of box office records in India Aamir Khan's Dangal has yet set another record with a box office collection of USD 72 millionin two weeks, making it the first Indian film to win the top slot against Hollywood movies. Aamir Khan's Dangal is an inspiring story of a father's struggle has hit the screens of China on Saturday, has earned more than 487 million yuan (about USD 72million) since its release on May 5, becoming the highest- grossing Indian movie in China, state-run Xinhua news agency reported. However, Disney and Marvel's Guardians of The Galaxy Vol 2 landed at the second place for the week, taking in 213 million yuan. King Arthur: Legend of the Sword took third place, earning 36 million yuan. At the fourth place was Hong Kong-based crime movie Shock Wave, generating 28 million yuan. Rounding out the top five was domestic action film Dealer Healer, which grossed 28 million yuan. Dangal was a massive success at a time when India-China relations faced turbulence over a host of issues.

India has skipped China's high-profile Belt and RoadForum attended by 29 heads of state and governments.  Not only this one, if we try to have a look to all those movies of Khan which has hit the screens of abroad in recent past then the worldwide success of all those movies will become very much prominent to us. Khan, who has managed to maintain a steady popularity in abroad for years has a bunch of monstrous releases in his store. Anushka Sharma starring 'PK' is the only movie to rake up Rs 100 crore in box office of China. And while talking about abroad success of Amir Khan how can we forget about '3 Idiots'. The movie has drooled people over its way of conveying a serious message in a jolly and light hearted manner.



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