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Ra.One flying high with Rs.170 cr collection

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Mumbai: Shah Rukh Khan’s technolgical masterpiece “RA.One”, one of the most expensive films made in India, has recovered its costs by earning Rs.170 crore worldwide in the opening weekend. The superstar is congratulating his business partners on the superhero’s box office success.

Eros International Media Ltd (Eros International) released the collection report stating that the film has got a record breaking opening – the highly anticipated Diwali collected of Rs. 137.25 crore (net collection Rs. 96 crore) in India and Rs. 32.75 crore overseas.

Apart from this, Shah Rukh Khan had reportedly sold the satellite rights for Rs.37 crore, the music rights for Rs.8 crore and ancillary rights for Rs.10 crore even before the film had hit the screens.

“As always, my heart doesn’t crunch numbers and heroes don’t count zeros…but it’s nice to know how ‘Ra.One’ is flying,” he further tweeted.

“Ga Ga ooh la la…Ra Ra Ra.One. Thrilled with response. Congratulations to my business partners.”

Made at a budget of Rs.150 crore, the film, described as best in terms of technology, opened across more than 4,000 plus screens worldwide – 3,100 plus screens in India and 904 prints internationally, including 3D and has become the biggest Hindi grosser in southern market too. (IANS)

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