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KAMINEY grosses more than 63 crores globally in just 10 days!

August 26, 2009 11:30:17 AM IST
Bollywood Trade News Network
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After storming the box office in the very first weekend of its release, UTV Motion Pictures KAMINEY has now grossed Rs 63 crores within the first 10 days of its release worldwide.

Mesmerizing audiences across the nation with its foot tapping music, ace direction and the flawless portrayal of characters by the talented cast, the film grossed over Rs 50 crores across 1200 screens at the Indian box office. Despite its Mumbai, Thane and Navi Mumbai release being rescheduled, KAMINEY continues to rake in the moolah with its stupendous success both in India and internationally.


This masterpiece from the UTV stables continues to rule the Box office with its 10 days collection recording USD 10,72,624 in the US, USD 3,49,251 across the UK and USD 6,42,233 in UAE. The box figures recorded in Pakistan were USD 1,47,000 and USD 1,83,183 in Australia

Spelling the Dhan te nan quotient all through, KAMINEY received the second highest opening in India, US and UAE, the biggest Hindi film opening of the year in Pakistan and one of the highest openings of the year in Australia.


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