Trade experts had predicted that new releases Nautanki Saala and Commondo would halt the collection of Chashme Baddoor, which had raked in Rs 30 crores nett at the Indian Box Office in the first week. But undeterred by them, Chashme Baddoor continued to keep the bells ringing at the ticket counters. In the second weekend, the film collected Rs 6 crores at the domestic Box Office, taking its 10-day total to Rs 36 crores nett.
Chashme Baddoor is also having a good time at the international market in second week and giving a tough feat to new release Nautanki Saala. In its second weekend, the film has collected £ 12,359 from 38 screens in the UK and $ 52,454 from 40 screens in the USA, taking its total to Rs 83.56 lakhs (£ 99,693) and Rs 1.28 crores ($ 2,35,401) respectively in these countries.
The David Dhawan-directed flick has raked in A$ 12,791 from 8 screens in Australia, taking its total to Rs 33.52 lakhs (A$ 58,759). In the second weekend, Chashme Baddoor has added NZ$ 3,648 from 3 screens to its grand total Rs 10.24 lakhs (NZ$ 22,044). It has collected Rs 2+ crores from its screening in the UAE and Pakistan.
The 11-day total collection of Chashme Baddoor stands at Rs 4.55 crores nett at the overseas Box Office. The movie has collected a total of Rs 40.55 crores nett at the worldwide Box Office. Trade analysts feel that if the film runs at its current pace, it would surpass Rs 50 crore mark in the global market in 17 days.