Ayushmann Khurrana’s "AndhaDhun" Makes A Big Hit In China, Earning Rs 106 cr In 6 Days

Kanchana Ngan |Apr 13, 2019

Ayushmann Khurrana’s AndhaDhun has lately released on Chinese movie screen, yet already earn a fortune, even surpassing its lifetime collections in India.

AndhaDhun, directed by Sriram Raghavan, had premiered in 2018, receiving high gross profits as well as positive critics. This year, the movie is planned to enter the international market, China. The introduction has gained promising responses from Chinese fans, earning Rs 106 crore in shortly six days. This number even surpasses AndhaDhun's lifetime collection back in its home country, which proves the film's high quality and attraction.

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Source: Filmy Mojo

The Indians have noticed this success. Film trade analyst Taran Adarsh informed us the exact figures on his recent tweet, claiming it has crossed $ 15.25 mn (Rs 106.09 cr) in just six days. Moreover, not only did it attract people visiting cinemas at the weekend, its captivation was continued this Monday and predicted to keep spreading over big Chinese screens.

Take a look at expert Taran Adarsh's post.

AndhaDhun is an intriguing comedy crime drama in which Ayushmann Khurrana, Tabu, Anil Dhawan and Radhika Apte play the key roles. The plot is so captivated that you may be at the edge of your seat for most of the time. And so are the movie's skillful directorial as well as actors' excellent on-screen performance, according to various critics from the audience. It narrates the story of a pianist who initially pretends to be blind, but due to that, accidentally become an observer of a murder. A multitude of problems are triggered following that incident, together with humorous details, fully attach movie watchers on the big screens.

Viacom18 Motion Pictures cooperates with Matchbox Pictures in the production role for AndhaDhun. COO of the former one, Ajit Andhare, once stated about the film's release in the Chinese market that "Andhadhun has fared very well in the market. The Chinese audiences have shown immense love and appreciation for the film, and it continues to grow leaps and bounds." It makes not only the producers and other participants proud, but the Indians also.

China has recently become one of the biggest markets for Bollywood movies. Some of the successful examples can be named Aamir Khan's Dangal, Irrfan Khan's Hindi Medium, Salman Khan's Bajrangi Bhaijaan. And Ayushmann Khurrana's AndhaDhun now carry on these appreciative achievements.


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