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Dangal Eyes Rs 2,000 Crore Worldwide Collection

Dangal collected Rs 220 crore from all the foreign territories, before its release in China on 5 May. China has contributed more than 60 percent of the total collections for the movie and around three times of what Dangal collected in India.

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Aamir Khan starrer Dangal is performing quite well in China, and it seems that the actor has spread his magic in the country. The film stands at a collection of $173.25 million (Rs 1,115.91 crore) at the China box-office. Dangal is also well received in Taiwan, where the movie has earned Rs 40 crore so far. The movie opened in Taiwan on 5 May.

Dangal has crossed Rs 1,900 crore mark at the worldwide box-office and with good numbers still pouring in from China, the movie is expected to hit Rs 2,000 crore soon.

Dangal collected Rs 220 crore from all the foreign territories, before its release in China on 5 May. China has contributed more than 60 percent of the total collections for the movie and around three times of what Dangal collected in India.

Dangal is the actor’s fourth consecutive film to have become the highest grossing Indian cinema in China. Previously, PK became the first Indian film to go past Rs 100 crore mark at China box-office.

Dangal has completed 30 days at China box-office, and the collections are still increasing. Despite clashing with Hollywood (Baywatch, Pirates of the Caribbean 5) and Chinese films (Big Fish and Begonia) in week five, Dangal brought in Rs 75 crore.

Taran Adarsh, movie critic and business analyst tweeted, “Dangal is a monstrous hit in China. Total till 7th June: $ 173.25 million (Rs 1115.91 crore).”

With Dangal bringing in extraordinary numbers from China, the Indian films would like to target the Chinese box-office. Also, SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus Baahubali 2 will hit the screens in China soon and the makers are expecting good numbers from the territory. Currently, Dangal has outgrown Baahubali in the international arena, thanks to China’s box-office turnout.