India

'Go Goa Gone' Opens in North America on May 14, 2013

Go Goa Gone opened in 92 screens in North America for a $107,044 gross. Shootout at Wadala, last week's number 1 domestic film in India, held remarkably well in its third week in North America. The crime thriller grossed $61, 604, only $3,000 less than its performance the previous weekend. Shootout at Wadala has grossed a cume of $338,433 in North America. 

INDIA: 'Iron Man 3' Passes $11M on May 12, 2013

Iron Man 3 is doing steady business in India. Disney's blockbuster is now up to $11.3 million, which means that India is the 17th strongest market for the film.

INDIA: 'Shootout at Wadala' Fires its Way to #1 on May 10, 2013

Shootout at Wadala topped the domestic Indian box office this week, grossing $7.2 million in 1,587 screens. The sequel to the 2007 crime thriller Shootout and Lokhandwala easily routed last week's #1 film and top-grossing sequel, Aashiqui 2. Shootout at Wadala also opened in 89 screens in North America and grossed $276,829. Ek Thi Daayan slowed down in its third week in release in India, reaching a $4.6 million cume. Ek Thi Daayan has grossed $112,135 at 47 locations in North America over the same time period.

Domestic box office results for India. Week of May 2-9, 2013

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'Aashiqui 2' Tops the Box Office on May 03, 2013

Aashiqui 2 led ticket sales last week, netting $6.4 million in its opening run. The long awaited sequel to the 1990 Bollywood hit was released in 1124 screens. Ek Thi Daayan saw a reduced screen count on its second week and only managed to gross $463,431. Himmatwala and Jolly LLB still have a pulse in the bottom half of the top ten. Himmatwala has grossed $8.8 million in five weeks in release. Jolly LLB has grossed $5.8 million over seven weeks. 

Box office results for India. April 26 - May 2, 2013.

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'Settai,' and 'Kai Po Che' Inch Along in North America on April 30, 2013

Another slow week of grosses for UTV hold-overs in the North American market. Kai Po Che only added $534 in two locations over its 10th weekend in release to reach a North American cume of $1.1 million. Settai only played in one location on its fourth week and collected $1,827 to reach a North American cume of $87,260. 


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