Race Gurram poster (Facebook/Race Gurram)
Race Gurram poster (Facebook/Race Gurram)Facebook/ RaceGurram

Allu Arjun-Shruti Haasan's family entertainer "Race Gurram" has continued to perform well in overseas markets even in its second week.

The film has minted ₹7.42 crore at the end of the second weekend (10 days) in the United States. In its second weekend, "Race Gurram" grossed $245,726 from 53 screens and the film's 10-day gross amounts to $1,227,881at the US box office.

"Race Gurram" has surpassed Kangana Ranaut's "Queen" collections in the US. "Queen" minted ₹7.21 crore ($1,192,882) at the end of the seventh weekend. However, "Race Gurram" has surpassed the collections in just 10 days.

The film is also performing better than other new releases including "Bhoothnath Returns" ($77.38 lakh in 10 days) and "Main Tera Hero" ($1.18 crore in 17 days).

"Telugu film #RaceGurram is extraordinary in USA. Total after Wknd 2: $ 1,227,881 [Rs 7.42 crores]. OUTSTANDING! Source: Rentrak," film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted.

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"Race Gurram" India collections

The family entertainer is reportedly the biggest hit in Allu Arjun's career.

The film is doing fantastic business in India as well. It has minted over ₹29 crore share in AP/Nizam areas, while the film's worldwide collections (10 days) stand at over ₹39 crore share.

The Surender Reddy directorial is estimated to have earned around ₹80 lakh share on its 11th day at the AP/Nizam area, according to Andhraboxoffice website.

With the inclusion of the 11th day collections, "Race Gurram" has crossed the ₹40-crore mark at the worldwide box office. The film has beaten Allu Arjun's "Julayi" full run collections, which amounts to ₹40 crore.

"Race Gurram" has become Allu Arjun's biggest earner so far. The film is expected to continue its good run at the box office as there are no big releases in the coming days. It remains to be seen if the film will be able to cross the ₹50-crore mark at the worldwide box office.

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