Dangal 21st Day Box Office Collection: Earnings Still Seem to be Impressive

Indian Bollywood actor Aamir Khan's wrestling drama has made 3.45 billion rupees in just three weeks according

And by taking a dig into the present scenario, Dangal 21st day domestic box office collection will most likely fetch an estimated earning of Rs. 3.11 Crores with an occupancy rate of 21%.

With "Dangal" registering a collection of Rs 345.3 crore, Bollywood star Aamir Khan has created a new record for the highest Hindi grosser, beating the business of his own movie "PK". Aamir is overwhelmed by the response as he took to social media to thank everyone.

The actor is overwhelmed with the film's success and he took to Twitter to share his response to the audience's love.

A poster advertising the film which has become the highest-grossing in Bollywood history
A poster advertising the film which has become the highest-grossing in Bollywood history

As the strains of the national anthem played during the climax scene of Dangal, in a cinema in Dubai, my fellow viewers and I instantly rose in respect. I want to thank everyone for owing the film as their own. It's the biggest compliment a creative person can receive. "And thank you Nitesh sir". Its domestic gross total now stands at Rs 491.21 crore (approximately) and with this pace, it seems the Nitesh Tiwari directorial will soon cross the Rs 500 crore domestic gross mark. Once again Amir Khan proved that why he is Mr. Perfectionist and why people loved him. And apart from performing miraculously at the domestic box office, Dangal collection did a magnificent business at the global arena as well.

Dangal is Aamir's biographical sports drama is based on the life of ace Indian wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat and the journey of his daughters Geeta and Babita Phogat.

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