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Hindi Medium beats Dangal, Bajrangi Bhaijaan’s China debut, even as Irrfan’s Blackmail struggles

Irrfan Khan’s Hindi Medium continues a fantastic run in China which has taken it past the Rs 100 crore mark. Meanwhile the actor’s latest release, Blackmail, has made Rs 6.6 crore in two days.

Irrfan Khan’s Hindi Medium has edged out big Bollywood releases such as Aamir Khan’s Dangal and Salman Khan’s Bajrangi Bhaijaan to mark a bigger opening at the China box office. The film has made $3.68 million (Rs 3.6 crore).

The film, that released in China on April 4, is only behind Aamir Khan’s Secret Superstar which grossed $6.4 million (Rs 41.5 crore) on the opening day, according to cinema ticket sales website

Hindi Medium has earned about $22 million till date.

Also starring Pakistani actor Saba Qamar, the film depicts a couple trying hard to admit their child into an English-medium school.

Hindi Medium has become yet another Bollywood movie to have a successful run in China as the soul-stirring social themes of Indian films become increasingly popular with the Chinese audience who see a striking similarity of societal issues between the two countries.

Dangal impressed the Chinese, including President Xi Jinping, with the perseverance of the father to make his daughters wrestlers. The Nitesh Tiwari-directed film minted $2.3 million (Rs 14.6 crore) on its opening day.

Secret Superstar with the mother’s determination to fulfil her daughter’s dream to become an acclaimed singer also moved the audiences.

Salman Khan’s Bajrangi Bhaijaan, with its India-Pakistan theme, was a big hit in China as well, making $2.25 (Rs 14 crore) million on the day one.

Hindi Medium also strikes a chord because many parents strive hard to give quality education to their children.

At present, major online platforms have set off discussions on personality development-based education owing to the Saket Chaudhary-directed film.

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