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In recent times, we have certainly witnessed China emerging as one of the biggest markets for Bollywood films. The credit for this goes to Mr Perfectionist, Aamir Khan, who attracted a huge chunk of the Chinese audience with his strong and relevant films. While with Dhoom 3 and PK, the 53-year old actor had established his market in the country, it was Dangal that made Aamir Khan a superstar there. In fact, many Indian films like Baahubali 2, Hindi Medium and Toilet: Ek Prem Katha are lined up for release in the Chinese market. But do you know it’s because of Dangal, Secret Superstar and Bajrangi Bhaijaan, that Bollywood has realised the potential of the Chinese market? So let’s analyse their box office business of their first three weeks…
Bajrangi Bhaijaan
Despite being Salman Khan’s first outing in China, the cross-border social drama has managed to impress the audience with its emotional content. The film which was released as Little Lolita Monkey God Uncle raked in Rs 260.14 crore in three weeks. Though the collections are not as high as Dangal or Secret Superstar, we can still say Bajrangi Bhaijaan has established itself in the Chinese market.
Secret Superstar
Aamir Khan’s Secret Superstar had an average run at the domestic market since it faced a stiff competition from Ajay Devgn’s Golmaal Again. But due to Aamir Khan’s fan-following, the musical drama opened with a thunderous response in China. The film collected Rs 633.39 crore in its first three weeks and went on collect over Rs 800 crore in its theatrical run.
After becoming the highest Bollywood grosser ever in India, the biographical sports drama spread its magic in the Chinese market. Dangal raked in staggering Rs 792.61 crore in just three weeks and later on, crossed the Rs 1000 crore mark in its lifetime run. The film not only turned to be a blockbuster around the world but also opened doors for many Bollywood films in China.
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