In the UK Box Office, Nanban, which was released in 24 screens, scored £30,873 in 13 screens, in the second week totalling its overall collections to £1,88,043 (approx. Rs 1.47 crores). The movie saw close to 50% drop in the last week. However, the per show average stands at £2,375. Whereas, Vettai has managed to collect £4,575 in 3 screens. The total collection stands out at £33,192 (approx. Rs 25.89 lacs) and the per screen average working out to £1,525. It earned earned £17,605 (Rs 13.86 lacs) in 15 screens.
In the Australian Box Office, Nanban has garnered A$10,001 in 7 screens. The movie managed to earn approximately Rs 16 lakhs in the second weekend. In the first week, it earned A$76,580 (approx. Rs 40.59 lacs). The average per show average stands at A$1,429 and the total collection of the movie stands at Rs 56 lacs. On the other end, Vettai has earned A$283 in 6 screens and the total collection stands at A$12,710 (approx. Rs 6.71 lacs).