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Rani Mukerji’s movie Hichki has been released in China on the 12th of October but did not perform well on its very first day. Later on the second day, Hichki witnessed a good growth on the Chinese box office. With a positive review from the critics as well as the audience the movie’s business went up and it seems the Chinese audience values the strong content of the movie. Hichki collected Rs 12.66 crore yesterday and now stands with the grand total of 18.26 crore. Now seeing the current ratios, it is expected that the film will earn over Rs 30 crore.
Trade analyst Taran Adarsh took to his twitter official and wrote, “Glowing word of mouth converts into enhanced footfalls… #Hichki climbs the charts in China [Day 1 rank: No 6… Day 2 rank: No 4]… Most importantly, biz *more than doubles* on Day 2 [growth: 122.08%]… Fri $770,000 Sat $ 1.71 million Total: $ 2.48 million [₹ 18.26 cr]”.
Here’s his tweet:
Glowing word of mouth converts into enhanced footfalls… #Hichki climbs the charts in China [Day 1 rank: No 6… Day 2 rank: No 4]… Most importantly, biz *more than doubles* on Day 2 [growth: 122.08%]…
Fri $ 770,000
Sat $ 1.71 million
Total: $ 2.48 million [₹ 18.26 cr]
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) October 14, 2018
Talking about the Chinese release of Hichki, Rani had earlier said, “It’s truly amazing when films can crossover to different cultures and languages because of its universal story. ‘Hichki’ is a reflection of society, a reflection of how we all have weaknesses and we need to overcome them to make the world a better place.
“Social dramas find a connect with audiences in China and I am hopeful that my film will resonate with everyone especially the teachers, students and parents,” Rani said in a statement.
In this film, Rani played a role of a teacher Naina Mathur who has an involuntary nervous system disorder, Tourette Syndrome and this left a great positive impact on the Indian audience too.
Hichki has received a global honor and also got a standing ovation at the Shanghai International Film Festival (SIFF) and then at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM) where Rani was once again awarded the Best Actress title.