Box Office Collection: ‘Dhoom 3’, ‘Dedh Ishqiya’ Drop Overseas; ‘Jai Ho’ Release Awaited

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"Dhoom 3" has successfully completed its fifth weekend at the overseas box office. The film, which opened in some new markets in international arena, is doing extremely well at the collection centers.

"Dhoom 3" was recently released in a few new markets, which include Germany, Peru, Romania, Japan, Russia, CIS and Turkey.

The action thriller, starring Aamir Khan, Abhishek Bachchan, Uday Chopra and Katrina Kaif, has raked in ₹66.31 lakh from Germany till its second weekend.

"Dhoom 3" became highest grosser Indian film in overseas markets and is still dominating the ticket windows over new releases.

Till its fifth weekend, the film fetched ₹39.16 crore from US, ₹10.43 crore from Canada and ₹9.48 crore from Australia box offices.

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"#Dhoom3 [total till Sunday] USA $ 6,361,730 {Rs 39.16 cr], Canada 1,695,132 [Rs 10.43 cr], Aus 1,749,612 [Rs 9.48 cr]," trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted.

"#Dhoom3 total till Sunday [second weekend] Germany € 79,468 [Rs 66.31 lacs]... Source: Rentrak."

Meanwhile, the performance of Madhuri Dixit Nene starrer "Dedh Ishqiya" has been dull since its release at overseas box office.

In its first week, "Dedh Ishqiya" raked in ₹5.39 crore from international markets but the collections declined in its second week overseas, though it is still doing better than new releases.

"#DedhIshqiya Overseas Week 1 total: $ 876,000 [₹ 5.39 cr]. #DedhIshqiya [total till Sunday] USA $ 251,730 [Rs 1.55 cr], Canada $ 46,571 [Rs 28.66 lacs]... Source: Rentrak," Adarsh tweeted.

All eyes are now on Salman Khan starrer "Jai Ho" which will be released on 24 January in around 600 screens abroad. "Jai Ho" is set to affect all previous releases, including "Dhoom 3", at the worldwide box office.

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