Sushant Singh Rajput's MS Dhoni: The Untold Story has been making brilliant collection not only in the Indian box office, but also in the worldwide market. With overseas earnings of over Rs 20 crore in the first weekend, the movie has crossed Rs 100 crore gross worldwide collection in just three days.
Directed by Neeraj Pandey, MS Dhoni: The Untold Story has witnessed an exceptional run at the domestic box office to take its nett domestic collection to Rs 66 crore. Similarly, MS Dhoni: The Untold Story has performed well at the global circuit as well.
The biopic on cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni collected Rs 21.96 crore over the weekend at the overseas market, with maximum business from UAE-GCC and the USA. "#MSDhoniTheUntoldStory is SUPERB Overseas... Opening weekend: $ 3.3 mn [21.96 cr]...UAE-GCC and USA-Canada contribute approx $2.3 mn," tweeted Taran Adarsh.
While the nett domestic collection of MS Dhoni The Untold Story is Rs 66 crore in the opening weekend, the film's gross business at Indian box office is Rs 86 crore (approx). Thus the worldwide collection of MS Dhoni: The Untold Story stands at Rs 107 crore (approx) by the end of Sunday.
"#MSDhoniTheUntoldStory scores a century - global grosser of 100crs + in its 1st wknd," tweeted another trade expert Girish Johar.
The movie earned Rs 6.54 crore in its opening weekend in the US. However, the highest collection in the overseas market has been from UAE-GCC with a business of Rs 7.97 crore in the first 3 days. MS Dhoni: The Untold Story made overwhelming earning on its first Monday as well in the domestic market and current trends suggest that the overseas collection will also be good in the weekdays.
The film on Dhoni's life has received positive response from critics and the strong word-of-mouth has been doing wonders. With no major releases in the coming days, MS Dhoni: The Untold Story is likely to dominate the box office with excellent figures.
Check the table below for area-wise collection of the movie in overseas circuits from September 30 to October 2:
|New Zealand||18||27.55 lakh|