"English Vinglish" and "OMG Oh My God!" continues to dominate the domestic as well as overseas box office this week.
While Paresh Rawal's satirical-comedy film "OMG Oh My God!" is ruling the domestic collection windows, Sridevi's comeback film "English Vinglish" is on top at the overseas box office.
Gauri Shinde's directorial debut movie "English Vinglish" is a family drama which marks the comeback of the Bollywood diva to the silver screen after a gap of 14 years. The movie which entered its second week has been highly praised by critics and audiences.
Within ten days in the international market, the movie collected approximately ₹16.96 crore and in raked in ₹28.78 crore at the domestic box office market. The world wide total of the movie is ₹45.78 crore.
The Sridevi starrer raked in a total of £3,44,724 [₹ 2.94 crore] from UK and Ireland, $14,05,758 [₹7.45 crore] from the US, A$ 1,28,927 [₹70.02 lakhs] from Australia and NZ$ 33,034 [₹14.29 lakhs] from New Zealand, according to trade analyst and film critic Taran Adarsh.
"OMG Oh My God!" is also doing well at overseas collection centres. The film was released in Singapore last week and has done quite a good business there.
The overall overseas collection of "OMG Oh My God!" is approximately ₹9.45 crore, while the domestic collection is ₹69 crore taking the worldwide total to approximately ₹78.45 crore.
Meanwhile, this week's new release romantic comedy film "Student Of The Year", starring newcomers Varun Dhawan, Alia Bhatt and Sidharth Malhotra, might have a significant effect on both the domestic and overseas box office collections of "OMG Oh My God!" and "English Vinglish".