Jolly LLB, Mere Dad Ki Maruti and 3G, which did not release in major international markets like UK and USA, have done decent collection at the overseas Box Office in the first weekend. Among three Hindi films, Jolly LLB is leading the race in foreign countries like UAE, Pakistan, Australia and New Zealand, while 3G topped the business chart in Fiji.
Jolly LLB has fared well in UAE, but its performance in other foreign countries like Pakistan, Australia, New Zealand and Fiji is not upto the mark. In its opening weekend, the Boman Irani and Arshad Warsi starrer has collected Rs 1.77 crores ($3,26,000) in UAE, Rs 20.58 lakhs ($38,000) in Pakistan, Rs 12.43 lakhs (A$22,106) in Australia, Rs 7.63 lakhs (NZ$17,061) in New Zealand and Rs 2.21 lakhs (FJD 7,291). Its first weekend international total is Rs 1.77 crores ($3,26,000).
Whereas Mere Dad Ki Maruti starring Saqib Saleem, Ram Kapoor and Rhea Chakraborty in leads was released in only one foreign market - UAE, where it has done good collections. The movie has collected Rs 51.31 lakhs ($94,700) at the UAE Box Office in its opening weekend.
Another big Bollywood release 3G starring Neil Nitin Mukesh and Sonal Chauhan in leads, was released in UAE and Fiji, where it has received dull response. The film has collected Rs 27.09 lakhs ($50,000) in UAE and Rs 6.38 lakhs (FJD 21,024) in the Fiji Box Office in the first weekend. Its international total stands at Rs 27.15 lakhs.