After having a poor opening weekend, Alia Bhatt and Shahid Kapoor starrer "Shaandaar" (Shandaar) crashed at the box office on Monday, but the overseas income has brought some relief to the makers.
The romantic film, which is about a destination wedding, earned Rs 2.5 crore on Monday (fifth day). The five-day box office collection of "Shaandaar" (Shandaar) now comes to Rs 36.01 crore.
"Shaandaar" (Shandaar) had a poor extended opening weekend. The film collection is average because of its Rs 13 crore opening day box office income. "Shaandaar" box office income dropped from its second day onwards, and it failed to pick up even on Sunday.
The collection will be on the lower side in the coming days at the domestic box office. "Shaandaar" will take its first week total to Rs 40 crore mark, but it will struggle to surpass Rs 50 crore.
Meanwhile, the film has opened well at the overseas box office. In fact, the box office collection of "Shaandaar" is better than Shahid's previous movies.
The opening weekend overseas box office collection of "Shaandaar" is approximately $2.1 million (Rs 13.65 crore). The combined total of the overseas and domestic box office collection stands at Rs 49.66 crore.
"Shaandaar," which was made on a budget of approximately Rs 60 crore, has earned around Rs 50 crore from its worldwide box office. So, by the end of the first week, "Shaandaar" should earn the production cost of the film with its worldwide income.
Meanwhile, here is the overseas breakup of the film, as provided by Bollywood Hungama.
US-Canada box office: "Shaadaar" minted $ 3,36,304 (Rs 2.18 crore)
UK-Ireland: From the UK box office, "Shaandaar" minted £ 1,64,245 (1.63 crore)
UAE-GCC: "Shaandaar" minted AED 3,250,928 (Rs 5.75 crore) from the gulf region.
Australia-New Zealand: Shahid starrer minted A$ 86,569 (Rs 40.84 lakh) from Australian box office and NZ$ 72,953 (Rs 32.15 lakh) from the New Zealand box office.
Pakistan: The film was released in the neighboring on Sunday. From Pakistan the film minted PKR 6,727,546 (Rs 41.77 lakh).