Romantic action drama "Baaghi," starring Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoor, has fetched over Rs. 75 gross income from its worldwide box office in just four days.
Tiger and Shraddha-starrer "Baaghi" has set the box office on fire. Sabbir Khan's directorial "Baaghi" has earned Rs. 75 crore gross, and now it is nearing towards Rs. 100 crore mark at the worldwide box office.
The film had a phenomenal four-day box office run in India and the opening weekend run at the overseas box office. From Indian box office, the film minted Rs. 45.30 crore net (Rs. 64.71 crore gross) and from the overseas box office "Baaghi" minted Rs. 10.82 crore.
"#Baaghi - OVERSEAS - opng wknd: $ 1.63 mn [₹ 10.82 cr]... Best in UAE-GCC [$ 678k], Pakistan [$ 387k], USA-Canada [$ 229k], UK [$ 124k]," trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted.
"#Baaghi continues to FLY HIGH, even on crucial Mon... Fri 11.94 cr, Sat 11.13 cr, Sun 15.51 cr, Mon 6.72 cr. Total: ₹ 45.30 cr. India biz," he added.
If "Baaghi" continues its excellent hold at the worldwide box office, the film will overtake "Ki and Ka" to become the fifth biggest worldwide grosser of this year.
The romantic action drama, which received mixed reviews, was released in just 2,750 screens in India and 344 screens overseas and even with limited screens, the film performed well. Also, "Baaghi" has earned its production cost from just the domestic run and has become a hit film.
Directed by Sabbir, "Baaghi" is inspired by Indonesian film "The Raid: Redemption" and Telugu film "Varsham."
[1 lakh = 100,000 | 1 crore = 10 million | 100 crore = 1 billion]