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Bodyguard is a 2011 Indian romantic action comedy film directed by Siddique.[5] It is a remake of the director's own 2010 Malayalam film of the same name starring Dileep and Nayantara. The film was produced by Atul Agnihotri and Alvira Khan Agnihotri it featured Salman Khan and Kareena Kapoor in the lead roles, with Aditya Pancholi in a special appearance.[6] It also stars Raj Babbar, Mahesh Manjrekar and Hazel Keech in supporting roles.[7] The film's first look and theatrical trailer was unveiled on 21 July 2011. Bodyguard was released in 3250 theatres worldwide.

The film broke many records upon its release. Within the first day of its release, it went on to become the highest opening day grosser as well as the biggest grosser ever for a single day up until then.[8] The film set another box office record, netting ₹1.03 billion (US$15 million) in its first week, thus becoming the highest opening week grossing Bollywood film until then. The film became a major commercial success with a worldwide gross of ₹2.3 billion (US$34 million)

Plot
Lovely Singh (Salman Khan) is assigned as Divya's (Kareena Kapoor) bodyguard to protect her from goons hunting her to take revenge against her father, a kind and successful politician. Lovely is very devoted to his duties—but irritates Divya by following her everywhere. Divya and her friend Maya (Hazel Keech) call Lovely; with Divya pretending to be Chaya, a girl madly in love with Lovely, hoping this will distract him from his work.

Initially hesitant, Lovely gradually starts loving the mysterious Chhaya and looks forward to her calls, but doesn't realize that it is actually Divya. Meanwhile, Lovely protects Divya on many occasions from the attacks of Ranjan Mahatre and his goons. Soon, Divya too falls in love with Lovely but is scared to reveal her identity, due to Lovely's immense devotion and loyalty toward his duties and her father. Divya, as Chhaya, later tells Lovely to run away with her and meet her at a railway station. Her father, Sartaj, begins suspecting that Lovely and Divya are in love and they might elope so he sends his men to kill Lovely. Divya convinces her father that Lovely's lover is someone else who is waiting for him at the railway station. Sensing that Lovely might be heartbroken if he does not meet his Chhaya, Divya sends Maya to tell Lovely her true identity. However, when Lovely sees Maya running toward him, he believes she is Chhaya. Maya tries to tell him that Divya is Chhaya, but sees one of Sartaj's men in the compartment, waiting for her to answer Lovely. She tells Lovely that she is Chhaya. Divya calls Maya but Maya gets on the train with Lovely and throws her phone away instead of returning to her friend.

Lovely and Maya marry and have a son but Maya unexpectedly dies early from a disease. Several years later, Sartaj invites Lovely and his son to his house and apologizes for his behaviour. Lovely believed that Divya was happily married in London so he is shocked to see her still living in the house, unmarried. His son, who knows of his mother's betrayal from a diary Maya had left him, explaining what she had done and that her early death was the punishment for her betrayal of her friend, grows close to Divya and apologizes to her on his mother's behalf.

On their last day of their visit, Lovely's son asks Divya to accompany him as his mother. Infuriated, Lovely tells his son to apologize but Sartaj tells Lovely that he feels the same and requests him to take Divya with him. Lovely accepts. At the railway station, Lovely's son secretly throws away Maya's diary into the trash, having completed his mission. However, Lovely sees him and takes the diary from the trash. Upon reading it, he discovers that Divya was his actual love, Chhaya, and that Maya had lied. He calls Divya on her mobile and addresses her as Chhaya. Divya is overwhelmed with joy, realizing Lovely finally knows the truth, and the couple are united.


Cast
Salman Khan as Lovely Singh
Kareena Kapoor as Divya
Raj Babbar as Sartaj Rana
Hazel Keech as Maya Kapoor
Master Mohammad Faizan as Sartaj L Singh
Reema Debnath as Savita
Asrani as Shekhar
Mahesh Manjrekar as Ranjan Mahatre
Sharat Saxena as Bindra
Vidya Sinha
Aditya Pancholi as Vikrant
Karisma Kapoor as Chhaya (Voice)
Rajat Rawail as Surinder Narendar Milka Singh (Tsunami)
Katrina Kaif as item girl in the song Bodyguard


Production
The film's production company, Reel Life Production Pvt. Ltd, was bought by Reliance Entertainment for ₹ 450 million. This earned Reliance the co-producer status and an equal share in the IPR for perpetuity.[1]

The film director Siddique first offered the female lead to Nayantara but she refused because she was not interested to play the same role in the original. The role then went to Kareena Kapoor.

Neerupa Menon, a mutual friend of director Siddique and Alvira Khan, introduced him to Alvira Khan Agnihotri and Atul Agnihotri, the to-be co-producers of the film, suggesting that he should venture into Bollywood. Siddique sent his original Malayalam film to Alvira and Atul as a result of the suggestion and they convinced Salman Khan to watch the film. After watching the film, Khan was very impressed with it and agreed to do the Hindi remake.[9]

Shooting for the film began on 16 January 2011 at the Symbiosis International University campus situated in Pune. The classrooms and academic block of Symbiosis Institute of Business Management were used in the Lavale campus. The shooting later continued in the city of Patiala (Punjab).[10] Two songs from the film were scheduled to be shot in Europe but were later shifted to Film City in Mumbai to cut costs as the film had already exceeded its initial budget.[11]

Release
Bodyguard opened across 2,250 screens in 70 Indian cities and with 482 prints across the overseas territory, released in Dolby Surround 7.1.[1][12] Reliance Entertainment set aside a marketing and print budget of around ₹220 million (US$3.3 million) for the film, one of the highest ever in Bollywood.[1] The satellite rights of the film were sold to STAR network for ₹270 million (US$4.0 million) for seven years.[1]

Critical response
Upon release, the film received mixed reviews from critics. Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama gave a score of 4/5 and said "BODYGUARD works for varied reasons – it has a simple, captivating story with a dramatic twist in the tale, the chemistry between the lead actors is poor but the music is well juxtaposed in the narrative. But its biggest USP is, without doubt, Salman Khan. He carries the film on his broad and brawny shoulders and that alone is the imperative reason for watching this film."[13] Komal Nahta of Koimoi, while praising the performance of Salman Khan, gave it a rating of 4/5 and wrote, "Bodyguard will prove to be a hit because of Salman Khan's performance."[14] Zee News gave the film 4 stars and praised the directorial skills of Siddique: "Kudos to filmmaker Siddique to have presented Salman Khan in a way never seen before! And the action sequences are breathtaking."[15] Oneindia.in awarded the movie 4 stars and stated, "Overall, Bodyguard is a good masala entertainer and it can be a perfect time-passer for this Eid and Ganesh festive seasons. Salman's fans should not miss to watch this movie."[16] Samay Live gave it 4 stars and wrote; "There are stunning events of twist in the film which will keep you stay with your seats till the end.[17] Shivesh Kumar of IndiaWeekly awarded the movie 4 out of 5 stars.[18] Kaveree Bamzai of India Today awarded the movie 3 stars and stated: "Anyone who has watched Khan's recent movies will recognise the signs – a killer dialogue which will be remembered till the next blockbuster is manufactured, a signature ring tone, and a pre-fight ritual-in this case, it is taking off his watch.[19] In his review for The Times of India, Gaurav Malani wrote: "Salman Khan is cool and convincing in the title role. His subdued act and charming innocence wins your heart. Kareena Kapoor is likeable ... Bodyguard doesn't catch you off guard. But it's a decent entertainer nonetheless."[20] Phelim O'Neill of The Guardian praised the technical aspects of the film and awarded three of five stars: "Bollywood movies have improved dramatically in technical terms over the last few years. Here the fight and stunt sequences are afforded as much care and attention as the song and dance scenes; it's all top-notch stuff."[21] Daily Bhaskar awarded the movie three out of five stars and wrote: "Salman, Kareena and Siddique serve a good Eid biryani for the audience by blending romance, action and comedy."[22] Shubha Shetty-Saha of MiD DAY gave it two and a half stars saying, "The film is obviously not expected to be intellectually stimulating. But to give it due credit, it provides loads of entertainment, the kind you may have come to expect of a Salman Khan film."[23] Sukanya Verma of Rediff gave it 2.5 of 5 stars and stated: "A standard entertainer with generic ingredients like action, emotion, romance, comedy, song and dance, the Hindi remake of Malayalam super-hit Bodyguard is like a mediocre Pizza Margherita that's gone stingy on the mozzarella, bland on the sauce with nothing except a half-crunchy base and uneven scattering of basil leaves."[24]

The film also received a few negative reviews. Andy Webster of the New York Times said "If only the film's archly slick director, Siddique, had adopted the same winking attitude toward the romantic arc. A twist near the end sends this contrived movie into a maudlin stratosphere from which it doesn't recover. But at least, in Ms. Keech's supporting presence, understated yet palpable, we sense a performer of emerging, and remarkable, star power."[25] Nikhat Kazmi of The Times of India gave 2.5 out of 5 stars and wrote, "The film, a remake of a South Indian hit, may end up as another blockbuster, like most Salman films have been doing in the recent past. Yet, sadly, this one's mostly bluster."[26] Sonia Chopra from Sify gave the film 2.5 stars and said "Bodyguard is endurable (and I say this without any condescension) for those who can forgive the haphazard story and be happy enjoying the songs and watching Salman and Kareena onscreen."[27] Saibal Chatterjee from NDTV gave the film 2/5 stars and concluded that "If you value the mop on your scalp and the grey cells in your head and want guard yourself against this potentially mind-numbing body blow, give it a miss. Better be safe than sorry!"[28] Aniruddha Guha of Daily News and Analysis gave it 2 stars and wrote: "Salman is charming as ever, and the fact that he’s playing a slightly different character would have actually worked to the film’s advantage if it was backed by a better script."[29] Rajeev Masand of CNN-IBN gave it 2 out of 5 stars and called it a lazy remake.[30] Mayank Shekhar of Hindustan Times panned the film giving it one and a half stars. He argued that the film "for more parts, is a sappy romantic pap".[31] Shubra Gupta from The Indian Express also gave it one and a half stars and said "'Bodyguard' can also safely be called in which Salman Continues to Give Us


Box office
India
Upon release, the film opened to a phenomenal response at the domestic box office and packed cinema halls, "witnessing 100% occupancy across shows", according to The Economic Times.[33] Box Office India reported that "Bodyguard has smashed all records"[34] and the film went on to become the highest opener of all time across India, grossing ₹213 million (US$3.2 million), thus breaking the record of Dabangg (2010).[35] The film grossed an additional ₹173 million (US$2.6 million)[36] and ₹133 million (US$2.0 million) on its second and third day respectively, bringing the total nett collections to ₹520 million (US$7.7 million).[37] On its fourth day of release, it netted around ₹148 million (US$2.2 million),[38] and ₹188 million (US$2.8 million) on its fifth day, taking the total nett collection over the extended five-day weekend to ₹855 million (US$13 million).[39] The film continued its successful run at the box office netting ₹85.8 million (US$1.3 million) on Monday,[40] ₹65 million (US$970,000) on Tuesday,[41] and ₹55 million (US$820,000) on Wednesday.[42] The total nett collections of the extended nine-day first week were ₹1,095 million (US$16 million).[43] During its second weekend, the film raked in another ₹140 million (US$2.1 million) nett.[44]Bodyguard netted a total of ₹1,609.5 million (US$24 million) in India at the end of its run.[45]

Overseas
Meanwhile, the film grossed a record-breaking 1.1 million Dirhams on Tuesday, its opening day in Dubai,[46] making it the highest opening day ever.[47] The film collected $1.25 million in four days, and $1.7 million in six days in the United Arab Emirates.[48] In the United Kingdom, the film ranked at number 9 in the UK Top 10,[49] and collected an impressive £64,000 on Tuesday, its first day of release, though it was a limited release with screens at only 32 cinemas. On Wednesday, a full release in 51 cinemas raked in £195,000, making it the highest opening day ever for any Indian film,[47] and breaking the box office record for week-day collection set by My Name is Khan.[49] The film grossed £840,000 in six days. In the North America, the film collected $295,000 on its first day of release,[48] and $3.8 million in four days.[49] In Australia, the film collected $100,000 in three days, and $250,000 in five days.[48] In Pakistan, the film collected Rs. 5 million on its first day of release.[50] In the overall overseas market, Bodyguard grossed $3.8 million in four days,[51] while the total collections amounted to $5.25 million over the extended weekend.[52] As of 4 January 2012, the film has grossed $8.3 million from all overseas markets.[



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Dilwale (translation: The Big Hearted) is a 2015 Indian romantic action comedy film directed by Rohit Shetty, and produced by Gauri Khan and Rohit Shetty under the banner of Red Chillies Entertainment and Rohit Shetty Productions respectively.[4][5]

The film stars Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol, Varun Dhawan, and Kriti Sanon in lead roles, with Johnny Lever and Varun Sharma in supporting roles.[6][7][8][9]

Dilwale has grossed over ₹372 crore (US$55 million) worldwide, becoming the second highest-grossing film starring Shah Rukh Khan after Chennai Express, also directed by Shetty. Dilwale is the highest-grossing film starring Shah Rukh Khan in overseas markets. The song "Gerua" performed well in the charts.[10] However, Khan expressed disappointment with the box office collections and the film's performance, especially in India,[11] as did Kajol, who stated that she regretted doing the film


Plot

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The movie begins in Goa, where Raj leaves his auto repair shop to confront Mani for stealing a man’s cell phone. Mani tells Raj that he is stealing it for his younger brother, whom he must care for after both of their parents died. While out driving, Veer sees a woman, Ishita, hitchhiking but refuses to pick her up. However, after he stops the car to urinate, she catches up with him, and he agrees to take her where she needs to go, damaging the car in his rush to get there. For penance, Raj forces Veer to work in the shop day and night. Veer’s friend Siddhu provides him with coffee so he can stay awake to fix the car. However, he falls asleep anyway and awakes to find that the car’s sound system has been stolen. Siddhu takes it to a pawn shop to sell it, having stolen the sound system while Veer was asleep.

The men of the local gang leader, King, try to sell drugs at a crab shack. Veer beats them up after they threaten Ishita. They then come back later to exact revenge on Veer, but Raj breaks up the fight. Raj’s men find him at the hospital where Veer is staying and tell him they know where to find King’s men. Raj goes to King's hideout, incapacitates the gang members, and burns their drug stash. Raj tells King’s men his gangster name, Kaali. King stops by Raj’s shop the next day to present a deal where Raj will fix all of King’s cars in exchange for protection.

The film then flashes back to Bulgaria. Raj is in a car chase with a rival gang, trying to make off with a container of gold, when he accidentally runs over a woman, Meera. When he gets out to help her, the rival gang catches up with him, and he has to leave. Later, Raj runs into Meera again, who works as a sketch artist. He reveals to her that he is a gangster, and that he is the son of Randhir Bakshi, the leader of the gang. Veer attends a boarding school where Raj only comes to visit once a month. Randhir and Raj talk about how Raj was adopted. Raj meets with Meera again, and she asks him to take care of some guys who are troubling her. She also asks him to celebrate her birthday with her the next day. He promises to take care of a job early and then meet her in the evening. The next day, Raj is engaged in a car chase. His car gets blown up and rolls over, trapping him inside. He is confronted by Meera, who he finds out is the daughter of the rival gang’s leader, Malik. She reveals that their entire relationship so far was designed so that Malik’s gang could have a chance to kill him. She holds a gun to his head, but she chooses to spare his life this time. Later, Raj gets a new car and engages in a car chase with Meera, eventually pushing her car to the edge of a cliff. He saves Meera from falling off the cliff, then tells her that the next time he sees her, he will kill her. Despite this warning, she later comes to his home and tells him that she loves him. At first he refuses to listen to her, but then he admits that he loves her, too. They make plans to tell their parents about their relationship.

The film quickly flashes back to Goa, where Veer discovers that Siddhu has been putting sleeping pills in Veer’s coffee so that he fell asleep on his shift, allowing Siddhu to steal items from the shop. Veer is upset, but Siddhu explains it is for his girlfriend, Jenny. They agree to help each other secure girlfriends. As a consequence, Veer reveals his feelings to Ishita. Upon finding out about their relationship, Raj wants to meet Ishita’s family. When Raj visits Ishita’s house, he discovers that Meera is Ishita’s older sister.

The film then quickly flashes back to Bulgaria, where Malik agrees to meet Randhir, but, secretly, he plans to kill him. The meeting breaks into a shootout, during which Malik shoots Randhir. Randhir then shoots Malik, and both men die. Raj holds Randhir and takes the gun out of his hand. Meera finds Raj and believes that he killed her father, for which she shoots Raj; however, he survives the gunshot. Both Meera and Raj decide to move far away from Bulgaria and start a new life.

The film is again in Goa, where Veer and Ishita come up with several plots to bring Meera and Raj together. As a side plot, Mani steals King’s car and brings it to the shop, where Veer discovers drugs in the trunk and decides to burn them. Ishita tells Raj that Meera has not forgotten her first love. King comes to Meera’s house one night, but Raj, as Kaali, shows up and stops them from causing her any harm. King asks Meera later if she knows Kaali, but she refuses to acknowledge their relationship.

Meera issues an ultimatum that in order to marry Ishita, Veer must move in with Meera. Meera also tells him that Raj is adopted and not his blood brother. Veer says that he loves Ishita, but he cannot abandon his brother. Raghav, one of Malik’s men, decides to tell Meera that Raj did not kill Malik, but that Malik had shot Randhir, who had shot Malik in return. Upon learning this, Meera tells Veer that he can marry Ishita and stay with Raj.

Siddhu and Jenny get married. King shows up at the wedding, having tracked down his stolen car, which is now being used as the bride and groom’s getaway car. King starts to cause a disturbance, but Raj beats him up. King then tries to shoot Raj, but accidentally shoots Meera. The gunshot doesn't turn out to be fatal.


Cast
Shah Rukh Khan as Raj Randhir Bakshi/Kaali
Kajol as Meera Dev Malik[14]
Varun Dhawan as Veer Randhir Bakshi
Kriti Sanon as Ishita Dev Malik
Varun Sharma as Sidhu
Johnny Lever as Mani Bhai
Sanjay Mishra as Oscar Bhai
Mukesh Tiwari as Shakti, Sidhu's brother
Pankaj Tripathi as Anwar
Boman Irani as King
Vinod Khanna as Randhir Bakshi
Kabir Bedi as Dev Malik
Nawab Shah as Raghav, Malik's right-hand
Chetna Pande as Jenny, Sidhu's girlfriend (Oscar Bhai's sister)


Production
Development
In January 2015, Rohit Shetty announced a project with Shah Rukh Khan in the lead which would be their second collaboration after the 2013 film Chennai Express. Shetty stated that he would start filming in March 2015.[15][16] Shetty paired actress Kajol with Khan, making it the seventh time they were cast opposite each other. He also signed actor Varun Dhawan who was reportedly playing Khan's brother while actress Kriti Sanon was signed opposite him.[17]

Filming
Principal photography began on 20 March 2015 with Dhawan in Goa.[18][19] Khan and Kajol first joined the crew for filming in Bulgaria from June 2015.[20] Later that month, the first song from the film was shot on Dhawan and Kriti Sanon, in Bulgaria.[21] The schedule there was wrapped up by late July.[22] In August 2015, a romantic song featuring the lead pair was shot in Iceland.[23] The entire team then left for Hyderabad in early September to shoot what was touted to be the final schedule of filming.[24] However, the work in Hyderabad was completed by late October, and filming officially came to an end with a brief schedule in Goa, the same location where it was started.[25] In December, after the promotions had commenced, another song was shot in haste. It featured all four lead actors and had to be played simultaneously with the end-credits.[26]


Release
Dilwale was released in the United Arab Emirates a day before its worldwide release on 18 December 2015. The film was released in around 3100 screens in India.[27]

The satellite rights of the film were sold to Sony Pictures Networks as part of a deal worth ₹220 crore (US$33 million), along with the next two or three Red Chillies Entertainment productions. The valuation of Dilwale alone was approximately ₹60 crore (US$8.9 million).[28]

On 14 December 2015, in the United Kingdom, the film received a 12A classification from the British Board of Film Classification for "moderate violence". The film's UK distributor chose to remove thirteen seconds in order to obtain this rating (the excised material being scenes involving stronger violence than possible for a 12A rating). An uncut 15-rated version is available



Critical reception
Taran Adarsh from Bollywood Hungama gave the film 4/5 stars, saying, "On the whole, Dilwale is akin to a mouthwatering meal that satiates the craving of those who relish masalathons, besides being an absolute treat for SRK-Kajol fans. An unadulterated crowd-pleaser, Dilwale delivers what you expect from a Rohit Shetty film: King-sized entertainment. Go for it!".[29] Komal Nahta in his review of the film said, "Dilwale is a masala entertainer from the start till the end."[30] Rachit Gupta from Filmfare gave it 4/5 stars and added, "Dilwale is the quintessential popcorn flick. It’s colorful, bright and entertaining. It smartly keeps its play on the SRK-Kajol chemistry (watch out for the brilliant ending). It has fantastic music. Decent laughs too. Definitely worth a dekho."[31] Sarita A Tanwar of DNA gave the film 3/5 stars, saying "Dilwale is flawed, but it's right for those who believe that love does conquer it all, actually."[32]

Ananya Bhattacharya of India Today also rated the film 3/5 and concluded, "Dilwale is immensely enjoyable despite an oh-my-god-this-is-so-predictable story. Keep your brains out of the picture, and you have an out-and-out entertainer which fits perfectly in the mould of a guilty pleasure. Go indulge!"[33] Shubha Shetty-Saha of Mid Day gave the film 3 stars as well and said, "Watch this for the chemistry between SRK and Kajol which refuses to simmer down even after all these years."[34] Meena Iyer from The Times of India gave the film 3/5 stars, criticizing the plot, and stated, "Dilwale leans heavily on Shah Rukh's mega-stardom, Varun's effervescence, breathtaking locales (Iceland and Bulgaria), orchestrated car chases and over-the-top situations, which have you chuckling."[35]

NDTV felt that the film's plot "went in circles" and that while Kajol was great, the film overall failed to appeal.[36] The Economic Times gave the film 2.5/5 stars and felt that it "lacked soul and freshness" and stated that it would only appeal to fans of Khan and Kajol.[37] Rajeev Masand of IBN Live gave the film 2 out of 5 and said, "The real problem with Dilwale is the sheer artificiality of the enterprise. From the rainbow-hued sets and the touched-up landscapes in the Gerua song, to many moments of comedic and emotional payoff, so much of it just feels fake."[38] Namrata Joshi of The Hindu commented, "With Dilwale, Rohit Shetty goes hopelessly wrong despite much that he had at his disposal, including a power-packed cast and producer". Joshi also felt that the attempt to repackage Khan and Kajol had backfired.[39] Rohit Vats of Hindustan Times gave the film a 1.5/5 rating and called the plot "highly predictable".[40]

Box office
Dilwale made around ₹150 crore (US$22 million) worldwide in its opening weekend, the third highest of the year.[41]

India
The film, releasing alongside Bajirao Mastani, opened number one at the box office, and collected ₹21 crore (US$3.1 million) nett in India on its opening day, the third highest of the year after Prem Ratan Dhan Payo and Bajrangi Bhaijaan.[42] The film showed little drop on its second day, and earned nearly ₹20 crore (US$3.0 million) nett.[43] On its first Sunday, Dilwale took in approximately ₹23 crore (US$3.4 million) nett, bringing the three-day nett to an estimated ₹64 crore (US$9.5 million).[44] Dilwale had a first week of ₹97 crore (US$14 million) nett in the domestic market.[45]

The film earned around ₹21 crore (US$3.1 million) nett in its second weekend.[46] It grossed little over ₹31 crore (US$4.6 million) nett in week two, taking its business to ₹127 crore (US$19 million) nett.[47] The film made around ₹11 crore (US$1.6 million) nett more in the third week,[48] and finished with a total of ₹140 crore (US$21 million) nett in India.[49]

Overseas
Dilwale had the highest opening of 2015 abroad and the second highest ever, with a weekend gross of around $8.5 million. The film also set an all-time record opening in the Gulf.[50] In Pakistan, the film earned ₹6.5 crore (US$970,000) in its first three days.[51] The film collected ₹9.13 crore in Pakistan in three weeks.[52] The film went on to earn over $13 million overseas in the first week, again the highest of the year.[53]

Dilwale grossed another $3.75 million in the second weekend, for an overall $16.75 million in ten days.[54] After two weeks, the film's earnings abroad were more than $20.5 million.[55] The film had grossed around $23.3 million outside India as of 12 January 2016 to become the highest-grossing film starring Shah Rukh Khan in overseas markets.[56]


Dilwale had expanded its business abroad to higher than $25 million following release in new markets like Germany, Netherlands and Indonesia.[49][57][58] At the end of its theatrical run in overseas, the film has earned approximately $26.6 million (INR 175.65 crore).[59][60]