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<i>Malamaal Weekly</i> Leads Again!

 
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By: Taran Adarsh, IndiaFM

Thursday, March 23, 2006

Malamaal Weekly continues to lead in both U.K. and U.S.A. markets. The combined total in 10 days has crossed Rs. 2 crores from these two markets, which is quite an achievement for a film that does not star top names.

The new release, Umar, is a supreme disaster in U.K., while Rang De Basanti is the biggest grosser so far [2006 releases] in Overseas.

Weekend: March 17 - 19, 2006.

U.K. BOX-OFFICE

  • Malamaal Weekly [last weekend: No. 20, this weekend: No. 17]: In its second weekend, the film has collected £ 65,049 on 19 screens, with the per screen average working out to £ 3,424. Total: £ 170,830 [approx. Rs. 1.33 crores].

  • Taxi No. 9211 [last weekend: No. 29, this weekend: No. 34]: In its fourth weekend, the film has collected £ 11,792 on 14 screens, with the per screen average working out to £ 842. Total: £ 178,467 [approx. Rs. 1.39 crores].

  • Humo Tumse Pyaar Hai [last weekend: No. 27, this weekend: No. 39]: In its fourth weekend, the film has collected £ 10,351 on 15 screens, with the per screen average working out to £ 690. Total: £ 197,454 [approx. Rs. 1.53 crores].

  • Rang De Basanti [last weekend: No. 38, this weekend: No. 41]: In its eighth weekend, the film has collected £ 7,409 on 6 screens, with the per screen average working out to £ 1,235. Total: £ 805,227 [approx. Rs. 6.25 crores].

  • Umar has debuted at No. 43 position. In its opening weekend, the film has collected £ 4,927 [approx. Rs. 3.82 lacs] on 9 screens, with the per screen average working out to £ 547.

  • Teesri Aankh - The Hidden Camera [last weekend: No. 44, this weekend: No. 58]: In its third weekend, the film has collected £ 854 on 2 screens, with the per screen average working out to £ 427. Total: £ 38,134 [approx. Rs. 29.58 lacs].

THIS WEEKEND IN U.K.
[Based on screen averages]


RANK FILM AVERAGE
1 MALAMAAL WEEKLY £ 3,424
2 RANG DE BASANTI £ 1,235
3 TAXI NO. 9211 £ 842
4 HUMKO TUMSE PYAAR HAI £ 690
5 UMAR £ 547
6 TEESRI AANKH - THE HIDDEN CAMERA £ 427


U.S.A. BOX-OFFICE

  • Malamaal Weekly [last weekend: No. 51, this weekend: No. 53]: In its second weekend, the film has collected $ 57,415 on 19 screens, with the per screen average working out to $ 3,022. Total: $ 154,304 [approx. Rs. 68.45 lacs].

  • Rang De Basanti [last weekend: No. 60, this weekend: No. 62]: In its eighth weekend, the film has collected $ 25,138 on 25 screens, with the per screen average working out to $ 1,006. Total: $ 2,177,949 [approx. Rs. 9.66 crores].

  • Taxi No. 9211 [last weekend: No. 63, this weekend: No. 64]: In its fourth weekend, the film has collected $ 22,572 on 24 screens, with the per screen average working out to $ 941. Total: $ 254,301 [approx. Rs. 1.13 crores].

NEW YORK CITY BOX-OFFICE

  • Rang De Basanti [last weekend: No. 39, this weekend: No. 48]: In its eighth weekend, the film has collected $ 4,162 on 1 screen. New York total: $ 188,325.

  • Taxi No. 9211 [last weekend: No. 57, this weekend: No. 55]: In its fourth weekend, the film has collected $ 3,155 on 1 screen. New York total: $ 28,163.

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