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Action thriller "Bang Bang" has surpassed the lifetime box office collection figures of Salman Khan's "Jai Ho" and Ranveer Singh's "Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-leela".

The film starring Hrithik Roshan and Katrina Kaif in lead roles has earned ₹119.8 crore in six days from the Indian market. "Jai Ho", which was the highest grosser until "Kick" released, earned ₹116 crore, while 2013 released film "Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-leela" earned ₹116.33 crore.

"Bang Bang" has become the 15th highest grossing Bollywood film ever. Adding the sixth day collection, the film will beat "Ready" and Shah Rukh Khan's "Jab Tak Hai Jaan" domestic box office figures.

The film is going strong during weekdays, after a decent opening weekend. The film on Thursday (opening day) raked in ₹27.54 crore, Friday ₹24.08 crore, Saturday ₹20.1 crore, Sunday ₹22.41 crore, Monday ₹15.36 crore and Tuesday ₹10.31 crore.

"#BangBangMovie packs in a solid 10.31 cr nett on Tue.India total: ₹119.8 cr nett. Set to b the highest grosser of 2014 @iHrithik #KatrinaKaif," Fox Star, the production house, tweeted.

Business wise the film is performing exceptionally well in the Gulf region. A major part of the film, especially the action scenes, was shot in United Arab Emirates and thus the film is breaking records in UAE circuit.

In just six days, the film minted over ₹19.65 crore ($3.2 million) from the Middle East region.

Meanwhile, the leading lady of the film, Katrina, said that she is happy with the box office numbers and how audiences are appreciating the film.

"#KatrinaKaif on #BangBangMovie crossing ₹100 cr - Very Very happy wth the response.The good numbers indicate the love audiences hv shown," the production house tweeted.

Hrithik also said that he is happy with the film's box office performance. He said that he is surprised how films with mixed reviews cross the ₹100 crore mark in India.

"Every opinion matters to me personally. Whichever films have crossed ₹100 crore in Indian cinema has got mixed reviews, so I respect them," he told IANS.