Salman Khan's "Kick" is all set to become the first ₹200 crore grosser film of 2014 at the worldwide box office. The six days box office collection of the action drama at worldwide box office now stands at ₹184.91 crore.
Domestic Box Office
Sajid Nadiadwala's debut directorial film has become the highest grosser of 2014. The film is also reaching its ₹150 crore mark in India.
"Kick" had a fantastic opening weekend, followed by a steady first Monday. The collection of the film went up drastically on Tuesday due to Eid holiday across the country. Sixth day income of the film was expected to be in range of Monday's collection, but the film collected whopping ₹21.66 crore.
The six days total of the film now stands at ₹148.66 crore. Here is the day wise breakup of the film: Friday ₹26.40 crore, Saturday ₹27.15 crore, Sunday ₹30.18 crore, Monday ₹14.41 crore, Tuesday ₹28.89 crore and Wednesday ₹21.66 crore.
#Kick continues its victorious march, collecting ₹ 21.66 cr on Wed, taking the 6-day total to ₹ 148.66 cr nett. PHENOMENAL!
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) July 31, 2014
As expected, "Kick" will take its one week income to more than ₹150 crore. If the film maintains the same speed during its second week, then it will cross the ₹200 crore mark in 10 days itself in India.
Over Box Office
Eid holiday benefited the box office collection of "Kick" in international market also. The business of the film increased rapidly on Tuesday due to the holiday. The six days overseas total of the film is ₹36.25 crore.
Here is the country wise breakup of the film:
Pakistan: Till Tuesday, the film raked in ₹1.59 crore (PKR 2.6 crore)
UAE-GCC: In Gulf region, the film has scored ₹10.18 crore (AED 6.2 million) till Tuesday.
New Zealand: Five days total from New Zealand box office stands at ₹54.88 lakh (NZ$ 107,249)
Australia: The film raked in ₹2 crore (A$ 355,136) from Australian box office in just five days.
UK: Five days total from the European country stands at ₹6.53 crore (£ 640,940).
US-Canada: From the US, "Kick" minted ₹6.53 crore ($ 1,111,563) and from Canada it minted ₹1.83 crore ($ 303,952). The combined total of these two country stands at ₹8.36 crore.