Akshay Kumar starrer Mission Mangal is not just creating storm at the domestic box office but is having a dream run in the Overseas market as well.
Mission Mangal is simply unstoppable as it continues to bring in moolah both in the domestic and the international market. Mission Mangal showed a good hold in its fourth weekend and collected Rs 4.23 crore inspite of Saaho and Chhichhore, bringing the 25 days total to Rs 197.37 crore and should be touching the 200 crore milestone by this week.
In the Overseas market, Mission Mangal opened to an excellent response and continued to perform well, becoming the highest grossing film of Akshay Kumar, beating the previous record of Singh Is King ($7M).
Mission Mangal continues to rock the International Box Office with outstanding performance even in the fourth week. Produced by R.Balki, Mission Mangal has already crossed lifetime collections of Kesari – $3.6 million, Padman – $4.1 million, 2.0 – $ 4.1 million ( Hindi version ), Gold – $ 2.9 million, Toilet Ek Prem Katha- $ 4.9 million, Jolly LLB 2 – $5 million , Housefull 3 – $6.6 million, Airlift -$6.5 million and Rustom – $6.1 million.
Mission Mangal also became the highest grossing film of Akshay Kumar with $3.6 million in North America, again a record previously held by Airlift with $ 2.1 million, followed by Middle East where it collected a total of $1.7 million. Mission Mangal did well in UK with £ 554 k and Australia with $ Aus 615k (highest for an Akshay Kumar film in this region) while rest of the World was $715 k, bringing the total with $7.2 million (Rs 51.50 crores).
Mission Mangal is directed by Jagan Shakti and stars Viday Balan, Sonakshi Sinha, Sharman Joshi, Tapsee Pannu and Nithya Menen in key roles. Mission Mangal tells the true story of the journey of Indian scientist from Indian Space Research Organisation who made it possible for Mars Orbiter Mission (Mangalyaan), the first Indian space probe to be launched in Mars.
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