The film Mission Mangal, directed by Jagan Shakti, was released today in cinemas across the country and also in international markets. The film stars Bollywood actors Akshay Kumar, Vidya Balan, Nithya Menon, Taapsee Pannu, and Sonakshi Sinha. The film received positive reviews from critics upon its release, with many praising the performances of the cast and the overall storytelling.
The film opened to a good start at the box office, with many theaters reporting strong attendance on the first day of release. The film is expected to perform well in the coming days and weeks as well, as it receives positive word of mouth from audiences.
The film is a fictionalized account of the true-life events of India’s first interplanetary mission, Mars Orbiter Mission. Mission Mangal is a story of India’s triumph of imagination and will power and how a team of scientists overcame obstacles and failures to make the impossible possible.
In this report, we will focus on the box office performance of the film Mission Mangal in the overseas markets on the 8th day of its release (Thursday). The film, directed by Jagan Shakti and starring Akshay Kumar, Vidya Balan, Nithya Menon, Taapsee Pannu, and Sonakshi Sinha, has been released in multiple international markets, and we will be analyzing the collections and performance of the film in these markets.
We will be taking a closer look at the revenue generated by the film on Day 8, and comparing it to the previous days and also to other films in the same genre. This report will provide a comprehensive analysis of the film’s overseas box office performance, and will help us understand how well the film is doing in the international market and also help to evaluate the film’s worldwide success.
Australia box office
10,849 USD [Rs. 7.78 lacs] from 31 screens
New Zealand box office
7,012 USD [Rs. 5.02 lacs] from 18 screens
U.K box office
21,074 USD [Rs. 15.12 lacs] from 75 screens
U.S.A box office
51,960 USD [Rs. 37.28 lacs] from 216 screens
Canada box office
18,689 USD [Rs. 13.40 lacs] from 26 screens