After raking in moolah in domestic and international markets, blockbuster film, "Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani" starring Ranbir Kapoor has created another record by becoming the highest grossing film in Pakistan.
According to reports, the film has raked in approximately ₹6 crore approximately ($1,024,607) from Pakistan market in four weeks. With ₹6 crore in its pocket, "YJHD" has now become the highest grossing Bollywood film ever in Pakistan, beating "Race 2".
Saif Ali Khan's "Race 2" ruled the market in the first quarter of the year before "YJHD" took over.
The action thriller "Race 2" was in the top position, collecting approximately ₹4.61 crore ($775,000) at the Pakistan box office, beating Shah Rukh Khan's 2011 action crime film, "Don 2" with (approximately ₹4.04 crore / $680,000) and Salman Khan's "Bodyguard" (₹3.75 crore / $630,000). Salman's "Dabangg 2", which was released last year, is at fifth position with ₹3.57 crore ($600,000).
Meanwhile, the romantic film starring ex-couple Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone has raked in ₹59.35 crore ($ 9.97) from international market after four week run.It has become the eighth highest grosser films ever at overseas box offices.
"#YJHD 4 Weeks Overseas total: $ 9.97 million [₹ 59.35 cr]. All Time Blockbuster," trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted.
In India it minted ₹186.99 crore in one month. The worldwide total of the film now stands at ₹246.34 crore.
"#YJHD *4 weeks total* India ₹186.99 cr + Overseas ₹59.35 cr. Grand total: ₹246.34 cr. ALL TIME BLOCKBUSTER," Adarsh said.