Karthik Subbaraj's "Iraivi," Silambarasan's "Idhu Namma Aalu" and Vishnu's "Velainu Vandhutta Vellaikaaran" made decent collections overseas last weekend. So far, the three films have raked in Rs. 2.04 crore, Rs. 4.81 crore and Rs. 16.77 lakh, respectively, at the international box office, reports Tamilboxoffice1.
"Iraivi" was played in 13 screens in its second weekend in the U.S. The movie, which had earned Rs. 62.87 lakh ($93,765) in its opening weekend, has taken its total tally to Rs. 76.76 lakh ($114,320) by the end of its 10-day run in theatres. It is the only film that made notable collection in this centre.
In the U.K. too, "Iraivi" was the only Tamil movie to do decent business. After raking in Rs, 5.46 lakh (Â£5,665) in its first weekend, the Karthik Subbaraj-directorial has ended its second weekend at Rs. 11.07 lakh (Â£11,634).
In Malaysia, "Idhu Namma Aalu" has ended its run by earning Rs. 2.54 crore (MYR 1,549,330). It had collected Rs. 1.39 crore (MYR 848,322) in its opening weekend and had done a business of Rs. 2.38 crore (MYR 1,451,820) by the end of its second weekend.
"Iraivi" had raked in Rs. 25.57 lakh (MYR 156,142) from 24 screens in its opening weekend in Malaysia. By the end of its second weekend, the total collection of the flick stands at Rs. 44.04 lakh (MYR 268,494).
"Velainu Vandhutta Vellaikaaran," which had collected Rs. 6.67 lakh (MYR 40,752) from 11 screens in its first weekend, has ended its second weekend at Rs. 12.80 lakh (MYR 78,003).
"Iraivi" was released in Australia last weekend in three screens from which it has done a business of Rs. 0.71 lakh (A$1,490).
[1 lakh = 100,000 | 1 crore = 10 million | 100 crore = 1 billion]