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Salman Khan's "Kick" box office run in India has almost come to an end, while Akshay Kumar's "Entertainment" has slowed down its pace.


After three weeks of successful run, the box office collection of the action thriller has come to an end. The box office income of the film dropped when it entered in fourth week and that is primarily due to "Singham Returns".

In its fourth weekend, Salman starrer minted only ₹1.5 crore despite having Independence Day holiday on Friday. The film now stands with nett collection of ₹230.69 crore at the domestic box office chart.

The nett earning of the film is the third highest in India after "Krrish 3" and "Dhoom 3" and the gross earnings is the fourth highest at the worldwide box office.

According to, the gross domestic earning of the film stands ₹307.42 and overseas income is ₹67.58, which takes its worldwide total to ₹375 crore.

Aamir Khan's "Dhoom 3" gross worldwide income is more than ₹542 crore, while at the no. 2 position is Shah Rukh Khan's "Chennai Express" with ₹422 crore and at third is "3 Idiots" with ₹395 crore.


In its second weekend the film minted ₹9.11 crore. Kumar's "Entertainment" remained steady in its second week. The film earned around ₹2 crore on Monday and took its total to ₹68 crore, as per early estimates.

"Entertainment" is currently the ninth highest grosser film of 2014 with ₹68 crore and with decent collections in second week the film could soon beat "Gunday" total.