Akshay Kumar starrer "Gabbar Is Back" has crossed ₹50 crore mark at the worldwide box office.
Domestic box office collection
"Gabbar Is Back" saw a drop in its collection on fourth day at the domestic collection centers. The collection dropped on Monday, but due to partial holiday in India the film managed to rake in decent amount.
The fourth day box office earning of "Gabbar Is Back" is ₹6.75 crore, which takes its domestic total to ₹46.16 crore mark.
"#GabbarIsBack is super-steady on Mon. Fri 13.05 cr, Sat 11.36 cr, Sun 15 cr, Mon 6.75 cr. Total: ₹ 46.16 cr. India biz," trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted.
The film shattered the records of "Baby" opening weekend total, but failed to beat its four day box office earnings. "Baby" fared well on its fourth day due to Republic Day holiday and crossed the ₹50 crore mark in India.
Nevertheless, "Gabbar Is Back" is expected to cross ₹50 crore by Tuesday.
Overseas box office collection
Akshay's starrer "Gabbar Is Back" accumulated ₹9.53 crore ($1.5 million) in its opening weekend. The film was released in the US, Canada, UK, Australia, UAE-GCC, New Zealand and Malaysian box offices.
UAE-GCC circuit contributed the highest earnings from the international market. From the Gulf region, the film earned ₹3.81 crore (AED 2,213,280) in its opening weekend, according to Bollywood Hungama.
In the UK region, the film dominated the box office centers and fared in ₹96.47 lakh. However, in rest of the countries, Tamil film "Uttama Villain" starring Kamal Haasan dominated the ticket window.
UK-Ireland: "Gabbar Is Back" minted ₹96.47 lakh (£100,056) in first three days.
US: "Uttama Villain" minted ₹2.96 crore ($465,382) from just 98 screens, while Akshay's film accumulated ₹1.31 crore ($ 205,877) from 107 screens.
Canada:"Gabbar Is Back" dominated the box office with ₹40.88 lakh (US$ 64,224), while "Uttama Villain" minted ₹30.58 lakh (US$ 48,037).
Australia: Kamal Haasan's movie minted ₹69.80 lakh (A$ 140,20), while Akshay's film minted ₹46.08 lakh (A$ 92,556).
New Zealand: From seven screens, Akshay's film minted ₹16.74 lakh (NZ$ 34,907).
Malaysia: "Uttama Villain" collected whopping ₹95.12 lakh (MYR 537,141), while Akshay's film minted only ₹4.07 lakh (MYR 22,984).
Pakistan: In its opening weekend, Akshay's film minted ₹1.27 crore (PKR 20,339,200).
The overseas opening weekend and domestic four days combined collection of "Gabbar Is Back" stands at ₹55.69 crore.