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Almost two weeks after its release, Vikram's I(Ai) is still going strong at the box office not only in Tamil Nadu but also all over the world. I which was released in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi has been termed as a box office winner despite attracting mixed reviews.
Its second weekend(23rd-25th) collection in Chennai alone has been 1.5 crores and in the weekdays the romantic-thriller managed to pile up an impressive 1.53 crores. The total collection from the capital city stands at 6.88 crore rupees.
In its second week, I has done well enough to retain good number of screens in Andhra, Kerala and Karnataka and is still going strong. But most importantly, the contributions from overseas market has been phenomenal so far for a Vikram starrer.
Only after two weeks, the movie has moved into the third position for any Tamil film after Enthiran and Sivaji when it comes to the combined overseas box office collections. By the time I is done, it might even overtake Rajinikanth's Enthiran at the worldwide box office.
While the overall collections in the USA stands at an impressive $1.26 million, its neighbouring country, Canada has contributed with $324,000. In the United Kingdom, the movie has been evidently liked by many as it has managed to amass £362,863.
Australians also have welcomed the movie with open arms as the Australian box office collections stands at A$334,714. In other countries like New Zealand and Malaysia, Shankar's I has collected NZ$37,356 and MYR 3,146,295(approx) respectively.
Check Out The Slides Below For The Best On Location Working Stills Of I:
Amy As A Bike
Srinivasan, head of the VFX team is seen explaining the shot to Vikram and Amy. In this sequence, Vikram's Bike gets transformed to Amy.
Amy As TV
Here Amy is dressed up as a television. A TV gets transformed into Amy in this sequence.
Amy As A Gym Equipment
Once again a gym equipment will be transformed into Amy. Looks like Vikram enjoyed each and every bit of this song when it was made.
Beast In The Making
The make up artist is paying attention to Vikram's beast get up in this photo while Shankar and Srinivasan look on.
Hand In Hand
Shankar demonstrates the scene to Amy Jackson who according to him is a quick leaner
According to the film, the man seen with the cap on is Upen Patel.
Amy Jackson is seen paying attention to Shankar at the sets of 'Ennodu Nee' song.
Great Minds Think Alike
Shankar and PC Sreeram is seen discussing on the sets of 'Ennodu Nee' song.
Shankar And Vikram
Shankar is seen demonstrating a scene to Chiyaan Vikram.
Braving The Dust
Yet again Shankar is seen discussing an important point with one of his technicians in what looks like a dusty place.
Shooting In China
More than 25 percent of the film was shot in China.
For the cycle stunt scene, real martial arts specialists were roped in and they were guided by a Chinese stunt choreographer.
A Chinese man checks out the proceedings while Shankar and PC Sreeram are at work.
Amy's Day Out
Amy Jackson enjoys her break with a bird during the shoot in China.
Ready For Action
Action is about to commence, according to this photograph. Vikram looks ready and raring to go.
Explaining The Nuances
Amy Jackson tries to understand what Shankar is expecting from her in this particular shot.
Deep Into The Tunnel
Director Shankar is once again seen discussing with PC Sreeram. This tunnel Shankar is pointing to is where Vikram will be injected with the virus, according to the film.
All the members of the crew are paying close attention to what one of the dancer is doing on the sets of 'aila aila' song.
Doing It The Right Way
Shankar explains to a dancer about his character's body language. This photo has been taken in the sets of 'Ennodu Nee' song.
Taming The Beast
Foreign make up artist gives the final touches to Vikram's beast character in 'Ennodu Nee' song. Vikram gives a thumbs up to the make up.
Working With Santhanam
Comedian Santhanam takes a look at his dialogues while Shankar looks on. The fact that many people have worked on this movie is quite evident in this picture.
Capturing It In The Head
Shankar and PC Sreeram pose for a picture as they capture their next shot in their mind. Colors used by PC Sreeram in this film were truly magnificent to say the least.