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Dabangg continues to rock at overseas BO

Written by: By: Taran Adarsh, <a href="http://bollywoodhungama.com/" target="_blank">Bollywood Hungama</a>
 
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Dabangg continues to dominate international box-office. The film is faring very well in U.K., America and Australia, the key markets. The 10-day total from these three markets alone is approx. Rs. 10.12 crores. Considering the genre of the film (action), the business is excellent.

Weekend: September 17 - 19, 2010.

U.K. BOX-OFFICE

* Dabangg (last weekend: No. 12, this weekend: No. 18): In its second weekend, the film has collected £ 1,25,086 on 40 screens, with the per screen average working out to £ 3,127. Total: £ 5,70,566 (approx. Rs. 4.06 crores).

* We Are Family (last weekend: No. 16, this weekend: No. 23): In its third weekend, the film has collected £ 75,029 on 46 screens, with the per screen average working out to £ 1,631. Total: £ 6,03,767 (approx. Rs. 4.29 crores).

* Ik Kudi Punjab Di has debuted at No. 37 position. In its opening weekend, the film has collected £ 19,683 (approx. Rs. 14 lacs) on 12 screens, with the per screen average working out to £ 1,640.

* Boss Engira Bhaskaran (last weekend: No. 34, this weekend: No. 48): In its second weekend, the film has collected £ 8,585 on 4 screens, with the per screen average working out to £ 2,146. Total: £ 38,510 (approx. Rs. 27.39 lacs).

U.S.A. BOX-OFFICE

* Dabangg (last weekend: No. 23, this weekend: No. 25): In its second weekend, the film has collected $ 2,97,229 on 68 screens, with the per screen average working out to $ 4,371. Total: $ 10,68,589 (approx. Rs. 4.88 crores).

* We Are Family (last weekend: No. -, this weekend: No. 52): In its third weekend, the film has collected $ 39,950 on 78 screens, with the per screen average working out to $ 512. Total: $ 5,97,972 (approx. Rs. 2.73 crores).

AUSTRALIA BOX-OFFICE

Dabangg (last weekend: No. -, this weekend: No. 13): In its second weekend, the film has collected Aus. $ 66,610 on 14 screens, with the per screen average working out to Aus. $ 4,758. Total: Aus. $ 2,72,909 (approx. Rs. 1.18 crores).

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