Lagaan (2001) Box Office Collection Day Wise India

Lagaan (2001) Box Office Collection Day Wise India Overseas, Budget, Territory breakup, Footfalls, Share and Box Office Verdict

Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India is a Bollywood sports drama film released on 15 June 2001, directed by Ashutosh Gowariker

Produced by Aamir Khan story by Ashutosh Gowariker Music composed by A R Rehman

Film features Aamir Khan, Gracy Singh, Rachel Shelley, Paul Blackthrone, Suhasini Mulay, Kulbhushan Kharbanda and Rajendra Gupta

Produced under Aamir Khan Productions banner and distributed by Sony Pictures Networks and Zee Network

Movie Lagaan made in the budget of 24cr. and collected 34.30cr. nett India and 65.97cr. gross worldwide

Lagaan (2001) Box Office Collection Day Wise India

Lagaan (2001) Box Office Collection Day Wise India

DayBox Office India Nett
Day 01 Fri June 151cr.
Day 02 Sat June 161.20cr.
Day 03 Sun June 171.05cr.
Day 04 Mon June 180.95cr.
Day 05 Tue June 190.90cr.
Day 06 Wed June 200.82cr.
Day 07 Thu June 210.75cr.
Week 016.67cr.
Week 028.31cr.
Week 036.17cr.
Week 045.04cr.
Week 054.11cr.
Week 062.23cr.
Week 071.22cr.
Rest Of Run0.55cr.
Total34.30cr.

Box Office India Net Collection : 34.30cr.

Box Office India Gross Collection : 55.63cr.

Overseas Gross Box Office Collection : 10.34cr.

Worldwide Gross Cox Office Collection : 65.97cr.

Budget : 24cr.

Box Office Verdict Hit

Footfalls : 1.93cr. (Number Of Tickets Sold)

India Share : 19.73cr.

Territory Breakup 

TerritoryCollection
Mumbai15cr.
Delhi-U.P7.33cr.
East Punjab1.14cr.
Rajasthan1.04cr.
CP1.49cr.
CI0.73cr.
Nizam-AP2.41cr.
Mysore1.48cr.
Tamil Nadu & Kerala1.19cr.
West Bengal1.39cr.
Bihar & Jharkhand0.70cr.
Assam0.23cr.
Orissa0.17cr.

Overseas Collection Major Regions

CountryCollection
Australia$
UK£600,000
USA/Canada$910,000
Gulf$180,000

Trvia

180,000

The movie was shot in villages of Bhuj (Gujarat). Bhuj was destroyed in an earthquake on 26th January 2001, six months after the movie was shot.

Aamir Khan wore his wife’s earrings for the role of Bhuvan.

The movie had the biggest number of British actors ever to be cast in a single movie in the history of Indian Cinema.

The first Bollywood production in 30 years to use synchronized sound. An Arri535 camera, brought over from Germany, was used to facilitate sync-sound recording. Most Indian films are dubbed entirely in the studio in the process known as ADR.

Paul Blackthorne spent six months learning Hindi for his role in the movie.

India’s official entry to the Academy Awards in the category of ‘Best Foreign Language Film’. The film became 3rd Indian film to nominate in Oscar.

Disclaimer: The Box Office Data are compiled from various sources and by our own research. These data can be approximate and Bollywood fever does not make any claims about the authenticity of the data.

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