‘Dangal’ creates history, first Indian movie to score 2000 crores


Dangal’ sets a new record at the worldwide box-office. According to Forbes, it has earned Rs 2000 crore at the worldwide box-office as it continues to run in China and set a new milestone in the history of Indian cinema. The awesome earnings in China has taken Aamir Khan starrer ‘Dangal’ to a new height.

As per Forbes report, the film has earned Rs 2.5 crore on its 53rd day in China. ‘Dangal’ has set a new yardstick by introducing 2000 crore club.

The film hits the Chinese screens on May 5 and in just in 39 days, the film collected Rs 1,154 crore at the box office. In India, ‘Dangal’ earned Rs 387 crore.

‘Dangal’ is now behind world’s biggest blockbuster ‘Avatar’ and Chris Pratt’s ‘Jurassic World’, which are positioned at number 15 and 14, respectively at China box office.

The movie has already defeated movies like Captain America: Civil War, xXx: Return Of Xander Cage, Transformers: Dark Of The Moon, Titanic 3D and The Jungle Book.

Now all set their eyes on ‘Baahubali’ as it all set to hit the China screens soon.

Speaking about the story, ‘Dangal’ is based on Haryanvi wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat and his efforts to train his daughters Geeta and Babita into world class wrestlers. It starred Aamir Khan as the wrestler father with Fatima Sana Sheikh and Shanaya Malhotra as his screen-daughters.