The flick is dominating in the key international markets like USA, UK, UAE and Australia. Here are the 10-days figures in the following countries-
USA- Rs 8.79 crores ($ 1,453,390) from 115 screens
UAE- Rs 5.75 crores
UK- Rs 3.99 crores (£ 392,060) from 55 screens
Australia- Rs 2 cr (A$ 355,885) from 16 screens
Canada- Rs 1.53 crores (US$ 252,919) from 18 screens
New Zealand- Rs 60.64 lakhs ((NZ$ 116,656) from 7 screens
Malaysia- Rs 12.15 lakhs (MYR 65,525) from 2 screens
The Abhishek Varman directorial has made approximately Rs 22.78 crores nett (US$ 3,758,466) at overseas while in domestic market the flick has stuck brilliant Rs 76.30 cr nett by second weekend which makes its overall collection near to Rs 100 cr.
“#2States [Week 2] Fri 3.51 cr, Sat 5.55 cr, Sun 6.47. Grand total: Rs 76.30 cr nett. India biz. SUPER HIT!”, tweets trade analyst and film critic Taran Adarsh.
While it's too early to say that the flick will enter the 100-cr club in India, with Monday's collection the flick has beaten Arjun-Ranveer-Priyaka's “Gunday” to become the second highest grosser of the year.
The Ali Abbaas Zafar masala entertainer's lifetime collection stands at Rs 78.60 cr. And now we hope for ‘2 States' to make it to the elite club.