"Dhoom 3", featuring Aamir Khan, is raking in decent collections in India even now, with the exception of Maharashtra where Marathi film "Timepass" is commanding the business.

"Timepass", which received thumbs up from most pundits, is faring much better than "Dhoom 3" in a few circuits in Maharashtra.

"At several centres, Marathi film #Timepass is faring better than #Dhoom3. Setting new benchmarks," trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted.

The Yash Raj Films production has now taken its four-week nett India total to ₹282.80 crore and gross total to ₹367.64 crore. Meanwhile, the four-week gross total from overseas box office is ₹164.01 crore.

"#Dhoom3 India: *Nett* ₹ 282.80 cr, *Gross* ₹ 367.64 cr. Overseas: *Gross* ₹ 164.01 cr. Worldwide *Gross* total: ₹ 531.65 cr," Adarsh tweeted.

"#Dhoom3 emerges the HIGHEST GROSSER EVER in the international markets as well. 4-week total: $ 26.64 million [₹ 164.01 cr]."

In international markets, the film became the highest grossing Hindi flick ever, beating "3 Idiots" (2009).

The US and UAE circuits have contributed their best in the overseas collections. The combined total from these two markets are a whopping ₹90 crore.

From US-Canada it raked in $8,059,000, while from UAE-GCC it minted $6,625,000

#Dhoom3 combined total from USA-Canada and UAE-GCC - just these two markets - is a whopping ₹ 90 cr +. Awesome!"

"#Dhoom3 USA-Canada 4-week total is a massive $ 8,059,000 [₹ 49.62 cr]... UAE-GCC 4-week total: $ 6,625,000 [₹ 40.79 cr]."