Salman Khan starrer "Jai Ho" has declined in India, as well as overseas circuits, in its second week, while Aamir Khan's "Dhoom 3" is still running in international markets.
"Jai Ho" has fetched ₹33.79 crore ($5.4 million) from overseas markets till its second weekend. The film failed to gain audiences' attention despite having no new releases for competition.
The Sohail Khan directorial has best performed at the UAE box office, by earning more than ₹11 crore.
"#JaiHo [total till Sun]: USA $ 889,806 [₹ 5.56 cr]... Canada $ 285,194 [₹ 1.78 cr]... Australia A$ 426,310 [Rs 2.35 cr]. #JaiHo [total till Sun]: UAE & GCC AED 6,600,000 [Rs 11.24 cr]... UK £ 413,059 [Rs 4.24 cr]," trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted.
"With January usually being a slow start in the overseas markets, the overseas weekend for Jai Ho was excellent. This also being a non holiday period reflects very well on the film's opening. It is trending at a similar or better level compared to recent Salman blockbusters," Pranab Kapadia, President, Marketing & Distribution, Eros International plc said, in a press release.
At the domestic box office "Jai Ho" made a business of about ₹102.58 crore, after completing its second week. The combined domestic and overseas 10-day accumulations of "Jai Ho" is ₹136.37 crore.
Meanwhile, "Dhoom 3", which was released in December, completed its seventh weekend at the overseas box office.
The film is in its seventh week at the US-Canada box offices and in its second week at the Peru box office.
After the seventh weekend, the US total stands at ₹39.85 crore ($6,377,616) and Canada stands at ₹10.70 crore ($ 1,712,634). In Peru, the film is running in just seven screens and has minted ₹37.95 lakh ($60,742).