Bang Bang is the highest grossing Bollywood film of the year in North America. The film surpassed the $2.47 million cume earned by Kick in only its third weekend of release. Bang Bang has grossed a total of $2.56 million from 100 theatres in North America. The film continues to lead the market in India, adding $1.2 million from 1,200 screens in its third frame to reach a $32.5 million cume in its home nation. The UAE is currently reporting a $3.2 million cume while Bang Bang continues to be the second biggest Bollywood hit of the year in the UK with a $1.8 million total. The film has grossed a total of $45.7 million across 7 markets outside of North America.
Bang Bang posted the second biggest weekend in 2014 after grossing $3.53 million from 2,500 screens. The film remained on the top spot, edging out the successful debut of Annabelle in the market. Bang Bang has grossed a total of $29.5 million in India and $35.8 million worldwide.
Annabelle became the #1 film in India over the weekend with a $1.3 million debut from 485k admissions. The horror film played at 218 screens in the country and ranked second overall behind holdover Bollywood hit Bang Bang. Annabelle has grossed $60.3 million overseas and $122.4 million globally.
Bang Bang took the world by storm in its opening weekend, claiming a $25.4 million global haul. The film played across 4,200 screens in India, claiming the top spot with a big $19.3 million tally to become the #3 non-franchise opener in box office history. The film scored the highest Bollywood opening weekend of the year in North America ($1.34M, 271 Screens) and the UK ($922k, 116 Screens). The United Arab Emirates recorded the third highest opening of all time for a Bollywood release with a $1.81 million take from only 44 screens.
Finding Fanny held on with a $607k tally in its second weekend in India, as the film slipped to the #3 position in the market. Finding Fanny has grossed a total of $6.2 million in India and $7 million worldwide.