After the China, the biggest grossing film in Hong Kong, Amir Khan’s ‘Dangal’

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Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan’s Sports Drama movie Dangal has retained his victory celebrations all over the world. This movie has now become the highest grossing Bollywood film in Hong Kong after China. The film earned $ 23.45 million here. A spokesperson of the film said that Dangle has earned more than Aamir’s previous film 3 Idiots’ life time collection in Hong Kong. 3 Idiots earned $ 24.41 million in Hong Kong.

Disney India’s Vice President Amrita Pandey said: “Rioting has been released on 46 screens in Hong Kong and Macau, which is a quadruple number in the mainstream Hindi film category. Strong response to local audiences has shown that with the inspiring story, distribution, planning, best performance with the right team, the cross-border story can also be won by people and the riot is its Example. Dangle was produced by Disney India and Aamir Khan Productions together.

Some time ago, Aamir Khan had talked with Bollywood Hungama in which he had told that his character in the riot was his most challenging till now. He said – yes, I think my transformation in my career so far was the most challenging in all the films I have ever made. From every perspective From a mental perspective Increasing a lot of weight and reducing it was a major challenge. My age was also a big challenge with me.

Aamir had said further- I think the riot has been the most challenging film in my career so far for physical changes. Talking about the work front, now Amir will soon be seen in his upcoming movie Secret Superstar and Thugs of Hindostan. In the Thugs of Hindostan, he is going to be seen with Amitabh Bachchan for the first time. The film’s first look (logo) has been released.

 

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