Ram-Leela is a Bollywood adaptation of Romeo and Juliet (RamLeelaMovie/facebook)
Ram-Leela is a Bollywood adaptation of Romeo and Juliet (Photo: RamLeelaMovie/facebook)RamLeelaMovie/facebook

"Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-leela" has surpassed "Krrish 3" business in USA-Canada and Australia regions.

The romantic drama has earned ₹39.34 crore by the end of its second weekend at the overseas box office. It grossed ₹14.15 crore in USA-Canada, earning more than "Krrish 3" which minted ₹13.60 crore at the end of its fourth weekend.

In Australia, "Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-leela" raked in ₹2.67 crore which is slightly higher than "Krrish 3" collections that stand at ₹2.62 crore.

"#RamLeela crosses biz of #Krrish3 in USA-Canada & Australia. Overseas total *after Wknd 2*: approx $ ₹6.3 million [Rs 39.34 cr]. Super Hit," film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted.

However, the Ranveer-Deepika starrer has not yet surpassed the business of "Krrish 3" in other overseas markets including UAE-GCC, UK-Ireland and Pakistan.


Ram-leela (End of Second Weekend)

Krrish 3

(End of Fourth Weekend)


 ₹14.15 crore

 ₹13.60 crore


 ₹9.51 crore

 ₹15.11 crore


 ₹6.74 crore

 ₹8.41 crore


 ₹2.67 crore

 ₹2.62 crore


 ₹1.87 crore

 ₹2.81 crore

[Note: These figures are reported by Bollywood Hungama]

The film is continuing to dominate the overseas markets despite new releases. The Sanjay Leela Bhansali directorial seems to be the first choice of the public as other two films - "Gori Tere Pyaar Mein" and "Singh Saab The Great" - have failed to draw audiences.

"Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-leela" has also slowed down the business of "Krrish 3" which had a good run at the box office since its release on 1 November. The superhero flick continues to see a drop in its collections and is expected to close down its lifetime business soon.

At the Indian box office, "Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-leela" continues to rake in good collections. The film just took 10 days to enter the elite ₹100-crore club, with its earnings pegged at ₹100.2 crore (till 24 November). It is the second film to have reached the centurt mark in 10 days, followed by Salman Khan's 2010-release "Dabangg." 

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