"Dhoom 3" is on a record breaking spree at worldwide box offices. The film starring Aamir Khan, Abhishek Bachchan, Uday Chopra and Katrina Kaif is set to create another record by grossing ₹200 crore at worldwide box offices in just five days.
The action thriller sustained well on its first weekday collecting around ₹21.71 crore from domestic box office. The four day domestic earnings of the film now stands at ₹129.32 crore.
#Dhoom3 passes the crucial 'Monday test' with flying colors... sorry, distinction marks. Setting new records everywhere," trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted adding, "#Dhoom3 - Monday: Hindi ₹ 20.81 cr, Tamil & Telugu ₹ 90 lacs. Monday total: ₹ 21.71 cr. Grand total: ₹ 129.32 cr nett. AWESOME!"
The Yash Raj production earned around ₹65 crore in its four days run from overseas box offices, taking its worldwide total to ₹194 crore.
Vijay Krishna Acharya second directorial film requires only ₹6 crore to earn ₹200 crore and become the fastest film to cross that figure at worldwide box offices.
The film has also emerged as the biggest opener in several international circuits.
"#Dhoom3 has emerged BIGGEST opener [opening weekend; Hindi films] in USA-Canada, UAE-GCC, Australia, New Zealand and Pakistan," Adarsh tweeted.
The film has already shattered "Chennai Express" opening weekend collection at almost all the overseas box offices. And in New Zealand, "Dhoom 3" has surpassed the lifetime business of "Chennai Express", "3 Idiots", and "Housefull 2" in just four days.
"#Dhoom3 does LIFETIME biz of #3I, #ChennaiExpress and #Housefull2 in just 4 DAYS in New Zealand. Creates HISTORY," Adarsh added.
Below is the domestic and overseas breakup of the film:
Friday: ₹36.22 crore
Saturday: ₹33.36 crore
Sunday: ₹38.03 crore
Monday: ₹21.71 crore
Domestic total: 129.32
UAE-GCC: AED 10,310,000 (₹17.37 crore)
USA-Canada: $3,435,000 (₹21.26 crore)
UK-Ireland: £1,067,251 (₹10.80 crore)
Australia: Four days A$ 851,833 (₹4.69 crore)
New Zealand: NZ$ 261,254 (₹1.32 crore)
Pakistan: PKR 6,68,17,000 (₹3.90 crore)
Overseas total: $10.60 million (₹65.62 crore)
Worldwide total: ₹194.94 crore