“#2States Fri 12.42 cr, Sat 12.13 cr, Sun 13.51 cr, Mon 6.17 cr. Total: Rs 44.23 cr nett. India biz. Very Good!”, tweets trade analyst and film critic Taran Adarsh.
The flick which is based on author Chetan Bhagat's semi-auto biography with the same title, has hit the right chord with the audience of every age and is expected to make it to Rs 100 cr club.
Though much would depend on it's this week's performance and will have to see how it goes when Kanagana Ranaut' ‘Revolver Rani' and Subhash Ghai's ‘Kaanchi' hits the theaters this Friday.
With nearly 2,400 screens worldwide, the flick is receiving a good response from all over. The flick has also left behind Gunday and Jai Ho's weekend collection at overseas market.
“2States *UK* Thu £ 9,798, Fri £ 65,210, Sat £ 56,629 [some sites yet to report]. Total: £ 131,637 [Rs 1.33 cr]… #Gunday *wknd* £ 206,721”
“2States *Australia* Thu A$ 13,841, Fri A$ 63,315, Sat A$ 45,766. Total: A$ 122,922 [Rs 69.19 lacs]… #Gunday *wknd* A$ 100,974”
“2States *New Zealand* Thu NZ$ 9,335, Fri NZ$ 22,939, Sat NZ$ 17,143. Total: NZ$ 49,417 [Rs 25.57 lacs]… #Gunday *wknd* NZ$ 41,304”, confirmed Adarsh.