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Salman Khan's "Kick" completed two weeks in India on a massive note. The two weeks box office collection from just Indian markets stands at around ₹215.11 crore nett and from overseas market ₹62.85 crore.

The film is racing fast towards the ₹300 crore mark at the worldwide box office. Till now, the film has minted over ₹277 crore from India and international market. And with its strong hold at both domestic and overseas box offices, the film is expected to achieve the ₹300 crore mark by third weekend.

Here is the domestic and overseas box office data of Salman's "Kick":

₹ 215.11 cr nett.

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In overseas market, the film has entered the top 10 highest grossing films list. "Kick" shattered Shah Rukh Khan's "Om Shanti Om" and Ranbir Kapoor's "Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani" lifetime total to enter in the overseas box office chart.

With $10.6 million, the film has now become the ninth biggest Bollywood grosser film in overseas market. Here is the updated top 10 list:

Rank Movie Year Collection in USD
1. Dhoom 3 2013 $26,350,000
2. 3 Idiots 2009 $25,000,000
3. My Name Is Khan 2010 $23,000,000
4. Chennai Express 2013 $20, 000,000
5. Jab Tak Hai Jaan 2012 $13,540,000
6. Don 2 2011 $11,750,000
7. Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna 2006 $10,770,000
8. Ek Tha Tiger 2012 $10,750,000
9. Kick 2014 $10,600,000
10. Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani 2013 $10,500,000

Meanwhile, the director of the film Sajid Nadiadwala has also broken records with "Kick". He became the first debutant director to enter the ₹200 crore club in India.

"More than anything else, I am happy to see the film doing so very well before as well as after the Eid. We took a conscious call to arrive in the Ramadan period and to still see Kick do the kind of business it has done is simply amazing. It has also broken quite a few myths and turned out to be a learning for the future too when it comes to planning a film's release," Nadiadwala told Bollywood Hungama