Men In Black: International earns Rs 10.09 cr in opening weekend; Game Over rakes in Rs 4.95 cr

Men In Black: International, featuring Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson, earned $102.2 million globally

FP Staff June 17, 2019 17:31:54 IST
Men In Black: International earns Rs 10.09 cr in opening weekend; Game Over rakes in Rs 4.95 cr

The latest film in the Men in Black franchise, which released on Friday, has earned a total of Rs 10.09 crore over the weekend in India. Men In Black: International's collections reflected an upward trend on its second day but dipped on the third, probably owing to the India vs Pakistan cricket match on Sunday. Film trade analyst Taran Adarsh shared the figures on his social media.

The spy thriller, featuring Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson, earned $102.2 million globally. The film had the strongest start in China, where it garnered $26.3 million and fared poorly in other top markets like Russia ($5.1 million), South Korea ($4.9 million), Mexico ($3.9 million), Japan ($3.5 million) and the UK ($3.4 million).

Check out Men In Black: International's box-office numbers in India

On the other hand, Game Over, featuring Taapsee Pannu in the lead, has raked in Rs 4.95 crore over the three days of release, with Sunday's haul standing at Rs 2.04 crore. These figures include collections from its Tamil and Telugu releases as well.

See Game Over's box office performance over the weekend

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