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'Kick' races ahead of 'Chennai Express' in domestic collections

'Kick' races ahead of 'Chennai Express' in domestic collections

India Blooms News Service | 14 Aug 2014, 04:33 am
Mumbai, Aug 13 (IBNS): Superstar Salman Khan is currently ruling the Bollywood as his film 'Kick' is not only running successfully worldwide but has raced ahead of Shah Rukh Khan's 'Chennai Express.'

According to the popular web portal, ‘Kick’ has easily moved ahead of SRK’s biggest grosser ‘Chennai Express’ at the domestic level. 

The film has reached 226.98 Crore Nett on Tuesday whereas Chennai Express was only 226.70 Crore Nett lifetime.

Film will be around 227.50 cr nett after 3rd week.

Prior to the release of ‘Kick’, Chennai Express stood at the second position among the highest grossing films in the industry with regards to domestic collections.

Now, ‘Kick’ has earned the second spot after ‘Dhoom: 3’ in domestic collections making it Salman’s highest grossing film ever.

The film has made Rs. 366 Cr gross worth of business worldwide in the third weekend since its release and is still going strong.

Salman, the devil has been successful in captivating the audience with his dare devilry, witty dialogues and death defying stunts. His train sequence has caught the viewers at the edge of their seats.

The film has broken a number of records which makes it the most outstanding film of this year. Sajid Nadiadwala has now become the first debutant director with a Rs. 300 Cr film to his credit.

'Kick' races ahead of 'Chennai Express' in domestic collections

India Blooms News Service
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