Tuesday, February 16, 2010

MNIK tops one-day sales record

Grossing $761,000 Sunday, the accomplished one-day gross anytime for any Hindi-language blur in North America, Shah Rukh Khan starrer "My Name Is Khan" is on a record-breaking bacchanalia at the box office.

Karan Johar directed blur was initially accepted to bead by 7 percent over Saturday to $682,000. But it performed more good than accepted on Sunday grossing $761,000 for a four percent increase. The Fox Searchlight release's revised aperture weekend amount for February 12-14 now stands at $1,939,000, still a fresh best almanac for a Hindi blur assault the $1,764,131 of 2007's "Om Shanti Om."

Starring Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol, MNIK averaged a arch $16,158 from 120 theaters beyond the United States and Canada over three days. Theatres beyond the country accept appear sold-out shows and accept had to about-face admirers away. "My Name Is Khan" is estimated to gross $336,000 on Monday, Presidents' Day, bringing the estimated four-day aperture weekend amount to $2,275,000.

This makes the Karan Johar blur the fastest Hindi blur anytime to breach the $2,000,000 mark assault the antecedent almanac of 5 canicule set in December by "3 Idiots" which grossed $2,149,227 in its five-day aperture over the Christmas anniversary weekend.

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