Tamil language spy thriller Sardar has topped the UK Box Office chart, 21th-23th October, for all Indian titles.
Released by DG Tech Ltd, the film played in 60 locations in its opening weekend, raking in £62,419 with a site average of £1,040.32. In Ireland, the film was released by 2G Entertainment and opened in 4 locations, bringing in £2,312 with a site average of £578.
Mani Ratnam’s Ponniyin Selvan: I remains the highest-grossing Indian title of the year so far and is still brining in impressive numbers in its fourth weekend. Released in three Indian languages, the film is now only showing in 6 locations and brought in £9,003.87, with a site average of £1,500.65. The total gross of the film at the UK Box Office stands at £1,248,828.75.
T-Series’ Hindi drama Doctor G had a poor run in its second weekend, with locations reduced to just 8 sites. The film took just £2,779.11 over the weekend, with a site average of £347.3 bringing the total to £63,173.88.
Other Indian titles which opened on the weekend include: Prince; £38,266.10 from 47 sites, Monster; £26,165.64 from 83 sites, Ori Devuda; £11,045.39 from 18 sites, Ginna; £2,880.28 from 14 sites.
This week, T-Series’ new Hindi title, Thank God, opened today, 25th October for a 6-day opening weekend. Zee Studios’ Ram Setu starring Akshay Kumar also opened today.
Box Office data is compiled and supplied by comscore.