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RRR Tops $20 Million Globally In Its First Week – Worldwide Total Rises Up To 680 Crores.
And the big bang is here!!!!!! SS Rajamouli’s RRR earned $20.30 million (Rs 155 crores) internationally through Wednesday. With a $16 million opening weekend, the film added another $4 million on the weekdays to its total. This put together with Rs 527 crores In India, making the total worldwide rise up to Rs 682 Crores. The film now stands as the sixth-biggest Indian movie of all time.
RRR topped Dangal in North America over the weekend, becoming the second-biggest Indian Movie. In the second frame, it grossed $1.50 million taking the total to $12.60 million. Now, it stands behind the $21.50 million of Baahubali: The Conclusion. In Australia, it crossed $3 million and has achieved the title of 3rd best Indian movie in the market behind the usual Padmaava and Baahubali 2.
Furthermore, the Middle East reached $4.40 million approximately, with businesses going into a boom as soon as Ramdaan month starts on Friday. Nepal is one more strong market performer with a total of nearly half a million dollars to date.
The Territorial Breakdown
Here is the territorial breakdown for the global opening weekend of RRR. Take a quick look.
- USA/CAN – $11 million
- Australia – $1.89 million
- New Zealand – $0.21 million
- Middle East – $3.30 million
- Nepal – $0.42 million
- Sri Lanka – $0.30 million
- Malaysia – $0.37 million
- Singapore – $0.37 million
- United Kingdom – $1.20 million
- Europe – $0.87 million
In the meantime, Ashish Saxena, COO of BookMyShow, told News18.com, “While expectedly the Telugu version of the film is leading the way, Hindi and Tamil languages of the film have contributed to 38% of the ticket sales reinforcing the demand for compelling content in India that is language-agnostic. A smashing success in Hyderabad for the Telugu version, Bengaluru is a close second in terms of audience interest for the film in the language. Dominated by both Mumbai and Delhi-NCR for the Hindi version and Chennai for the Tamil version, ‘RRR’ has seen a fabulous start to its theatrical journey across geographies and borders.”
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