This Friday, Dangal had entered the third weekend of its box office run and a lot of expectations were laid for the movie to break all records and emerge as a box office winner. And let us tell you foremost that Dangal has finally emerged as the highest grosser of Bollywood. Dangal has successfully broken the box office record of PK on its seventeenth day. Check Dangal Box Office Collection Day 17 here.
Dangal Box Office Collection- DOMESTIC
Day 1 Collection: Rs. 29.78 Crore
Day 2 Collection: Rs. 34.82 Crore
Day 3 Collection: Rs. 42.41 Crore
Day 4 Collection: Rs. 25.69 Crore
Day 5 Collection: Rs. 23.09 Crore
Day 6 Collection: Rs. 21.46 Crore
Day 7 Collection: Rs. 20.29 Crore
Day 8 Collection: Rs. 18.59 Crore
Day 9 Collection: Rs. 23.07 Crore
Day 10 Collection: Rs. 32.04 Crore
Day 11 Collection: Rs. 13.45 Crore
Day 12 Collection: Rs. 10.46 Crore
Day 13 Collection: Rs. 9.23 Crore
Day 14 Collection: Rs. 9.12 Crore
Day 15 Collection: Rs. 6.66 Crore
Day 16 Collection: Rs. 10.80 Crore
Day 17 Box Office Collection: Rs. 14.33 Crore
Dangal Box Office Collection till date: ₹ 345.30 Crore
Dangal Overseas Total Collection till date : ₹ 180.58 cr
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After crossing the $25 million mark at the International box office, the movie had moved towards the third weekend and it is delightful to share that Dangal has hit the double digits yet again and that too on the third weekend. It is astonishing for the audiences as well as the B-town because a lot of other movie cannot rake in double digits in the first weekend itself but Dangal has managed to do so in the third weekend as well.
Dangal collected a total of Rs. 10.80 crore on Saturday and approximately Rs. 11.50 crore on Sunday at the domestic box office. Now Dangal stands at number one in the list of the highest grosser of Hindi cinema. PK now stands at number 2, Bajrangi Bhaijaan at number 3 and Sultan at number 4.
The movie has created a wave at the overseas market as well and become the highest grosser hindi movie in USA, Canada and Australia by collecting a total of $25.58 million till 7th January.