Bajrangi Bhaijaan Total Box Office Collections: India, Overseas, Worldwide

Bajrangi Bhaijaan continued to do well in its second weekend at the box office. The film has collected 13.15 crore on its 2nd Friday, to take its net box office collections to Rs 197.8 crore in India.

The overseas collections are also impressive as the film has grossed around Rs 86 crore in 8 days. The worldwide gross has crossed the Rs 350 crore mark and by the end of this weekend, ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ will be Salman Khan’s first film to gross Rs 400 crore worldwide.

Check out the day-wise box office collections of the film and even as you read this, ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ has crossed the 200 crore mark today, becoming the second Salman Khan film to cross 200 crore after KICK. What’s more, today also happens to be the first anniversary of the Sajid Nadiadwala directed film.

DayBajrangi BhaijaanGrowth / Drop Percentage
Worldwide Gross619.1 crore
Day 127.25-
Day 236.60 (Eid)+ 35%
Day 338.75 (Sunday)+ 6%
Day 427.05- 30%
Day 521.40- 21%
Day 618.05- 16%
Day 715.55- 14%
First Week184.65 crores
Day 812.80- 18%
Day 919.25+ 50%
Day 1024.05+ 25%
Day 119.30- 61%
Day 129.10- 2%
Day 137.10- 22%
Day 146.03- 15%
Second Week87.63 crores
Day 154.11- 32%
Day 166.80+ 65%
Day 179.07+ 33%
Day 182.75- 70%
Day 192.63- 4%
Day 202.45- 7%
Day 212.25- 8%
Third Week30.06 crores
Day 221.45- 36%
Day 232.73+ 88%
Day 243.51+ 29%
Day 251.15- 70%
Day 261.02- 11%
Day 270.96- 6%
Day 280.91- 5%
Fourth Week11.73 crores
Day 290.65- 28%
Day 300.86+ 32%
Day 311.12+ 30%
Day 320.38- 66%
Day 330.36- 5%
Day 340.33- 8%
Day 350.32- 3%
Fifth Week4.02 crores
India Net Collections320.48 crore
India Gross Collections424.8 crore
Overseas Collections194.3 crores


  • Simply outstanding collections…day eight is the second biggest of all time so now the film should be the second biggest grosser of all time and eventually cross the 300 crore mark..fingers crossed

  • Bajrangi Bhaijaan Review – It’s Salman Khan’s massy Munna Bhai!

    Watching Kabir Khan’s Bajrangi Bhaijaan reminded me of the Munna Bhai films, especially Lage Raho Munna Bhai. A larger than life narrative, an utopia like treatment, a goofy righteous protagonist , and a need of the hour message. It’s all there. We see shades of Munna Bhai in Pawan Kumar, the protagonist, who’s on a mission to dispatch Munni (an estranged 6 year old) to Pakistan.

    The outline of the plot seems both clichéd and overtly melodramatic. To be honest, it really is, but the treatment which Kabir Khan gives this film takes it to an altogether different level. The first half of the film is sluggish, mainly due to the forced love story of Pawan and Rasika (Kareena Kapoor in a guest appearance here, like most of her films) However, there are some enjoyable moments in the middle, particularly the initial interaction between Munni and Pawan (Salman Khan shows what good an actor he can be, when he’s working with an intelligent filmmaker)

    There are many scenes which stand out in the first half. The entire sequence of Pawan discovering that Munni is a Pakistani, is both laugh-out-loud funny and thought provoking. I loved the scene where Pawan hesitates walking into a Masjid and is confused whether or not to help the girl because she’s a Muslim. It’s a poignant scene because the director and the scriptwriter invest so much into the character that for a moment we forget that the protagonist of the film, Salman Khan is a Muslim!

    And that is the true strength of Bajrangi Bhaijaan. It is easily one of the most disarming films of the year. We know a lot of the film, especially the climax, is far-fetched and it is too good to be true, but we are totally under the spell of Munni and Pawan to think about logic.

    Performance wise, this film rests entirely on the powerful shoulders (no puns there) of Salman Khan, who lifts the film with his effortlessly sincere performance. Nawaz Siddique’s entry in the second half works astoundingly well as he helps the director pull off underwritten scenes purely on his acting prowess. Harishita Malhotra as Munni/Shahida is cute and innocent symbolizing the ‘muted’ relationship between Indians and Pakistanis.

    Ultimately it is the heart which matters here and the director makes sure you leave the theatre with a really heavy heart. The climax sequence where Salman turns around and sees Munni shouting his name had the audience hooting and clapping in the theatre. If a film can do that, what more do you want?

    Rating: 7.5/10 (Easily the best film of Salman Khan till date. Don’t miss it! It’s more than worth the price of the ticket!)

  • That’s great.. Saw the movie.. I must say it’s one of the best salman movies by far.. Between @ indicine is it true that srk has signed Anand l rai’s new movie.. Pls rply

  • Movie NameBox Office Collection (Overseas)Bajrangi Bhaaijaan$13 MillionTanu Weds Manu Returns $7.2 MillionDil Dhadakne Do $6.8 MillionPiku $6 MillionGabbar is Back$2.8 MillionABCD 2$2.3 MillionBadlapur$1.85 MillionTevar$1.8 Million

  • At the time when kick grossed 200 crore it was hahk’s 20 th century. What is average ticket price of bajrangi bhaijaan?

  • My Prediction:
    Second weekend will be 51cr
    Second weekdays- 20
    Remaining- 20-25cr
    Total- 285cr
    Hope it crosses 300cr :)

  • Movie NameBox Office Collection (Overseas)Bajrangi Bhaaijaan$13 MillionTanu Weds Manu Returns $7.2 MillionDil Dhadakne Do $6.8 MillionPiku $6 MillionGabbar is Back$2.8 MillionABCD 2$2.3 MillionBadlapur$1.85 MillionTevar$1.8 Million

    proud to see ddd and abcd2 among the top 4 overseas grossers of this year

  • At the time when kick grossed 200 crore it was hahk’s 20 th aniversery What is average ticket price of bajrangi bhaijaan?

  • LOL at this loser @Ishan Gulati.. He thinks of himself as an Aamir Khan fan.. but in reality is nothing more than a SRK hater.. day starts with waiting for Bajrangi to beat Happy New Year / Chennai Express and ends worrying if Bhansali will avert clash.

    All these people like Gulati and Navin hate SRK more than they love Aamir / Salman.. haha.. That’s why SRK rules.. you can love him or hate him.. but he rules your mind and heart

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