The much awaited and keenly anticipated Salman Khan starrer Radhe – Your Most Wanted Bhai released as promised on Eid. The film which hit screens and the OTT platform ZeePlex simultaneously has opened well. Despite the current Covid-19 pandemic hampering in theatre film screenings in certain locations the business of the film has been rather good.
In this box office report we take a look at the overseas box office collections of Radhe – Your Most Wanted Bhai. Not surprisingly, the U.A.E/G.C.C market has emerged as the highest grossing market even though the Covid-19 restrictions limited occupancy to 50% in theatres and 30% in certain locations in the Emirates. In fact, despite facing such conditions Radhe – Your Most Wanted Bhai managed to collect 1.39 mil. AED [Rs. 2.77 cr]. The opening is not only higher than Salman Khan’s last film Dabbang 3 (2019) but also higher opening day collection than Godzilla vs. Kong.
Following the U.A.E/G.C.C markets is the overseas market of U.S.A wherein the film managed to rake in USD 55,143 [Rs. 40.41 lakhs]. Interestingly in this market depending on the province the occupancy varied from 25% to 90%.
Besides, these two markets, Radhe – Your Most Wanted Bhai has fared well at the Australian and New Zealand box office with USD 48,706 [Rs. 35.77 lakhs] from 66 screens and USD 8,024 [Rs. 5.89 lakhs] from 19 screens coming in respectively.
Currently, Radhe continues to fare well, with trade predicting that the business of the film will continue to grow as the weekend progresses.
Radhe Overseas Box Office at a glance
Australia box office (100% occupancy)
48,706 USD [Rs. 35.77 lacs] from 66 screens
New Zealand box office (100% occupancy)
8,024 USD [Rs. 5.89 lacs] from 19 screens
U.S.A box office (25% to 90% occupancy depending on the province)
55,143 USD [Rs. 40.41 lacs] from 134 screens
U.A.E/G.C.C box office
1.39 million AED [Rs. 2.77 cr.]
U.A.E: 50% occupancy in Dubai and 30% capacity in the rest of Emirates
Saudi: 50% occupancy
Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman and Qatar Closed (Expected to open on May 17)