BY | January 1, 2013

It is another blockbuster for Sallu bhai. Dabangg 2 box office collection exceeds Rs 1.27 billion in India and Rs 385 million abroad

Made with a miniscule budge of just around Rs 50 crore, Salman Khan starrer Dabangg 2 has grossed a very impressive Rs 1.27 billion in the Indian market alone. This is the collection for the last ten days alone and there are reasons to be sure that the film is going to touch at least Rs 200 mark in the days to come as new year festivities continue and no other film from a similarly high rated film actor.

Salman Khan, right now is the highest rated film actor in the Indian film industry. He has millions of fans throughout the Hindi hinterland of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab and Delhi besides other north Indian states. All of his films released in the last two years have been mammoth successes and there are enough signs that his reign at the top is going to continue for some more years to come. Youth in the Indian hinterland are his greatest fans and everyone of them wants to emulate his physique and style.

Meanwhile reports suggest that Sallu Bhai’s latest flick that was released in around 3500 screens within India and around 450 screens abroad is doing exceedingly well at the box office film that was produced by Sallu’s younger brother is among the most successful films of the year 2012 and its success will be felt in the year 2013 as well.

Reports suggest that Salman Khan and Sonakshi Sinha starrer film is doing as good in the second week as it did in the first week itself. A report says that Sallu’s movie that collected Rs 106.78 crores in the first week, has gone on to collect Rs 21 crore in the second weekend, taking its 10-day domestic total to Rs 127.78 crores. The movie is doing similarly well in markets abroad particularly in countries where Indians live in large number like UAE, UK, USA and Australia. The film has collected a cool Rs 38.49 crores in markets abroad.

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  • syed Kiyanoosh

    While congratulating all concerned on the expected success of Dabaangg 2 in the box office, we still believe that Salman-Katrina remains the best romantic and bankable pair. ETT is a glaring example of the same. So, they ought to be paired at regular interval for the sake of audiences.