31/05/2017 9:52 AM IST | Updated 31/05/2017 2:49 PM IST

Aamir Khan's 'Dangal' Becomes First Indian Film To Cross ₹1700 Crore Worldwide

The movie is currently on a magical run at the Chinese box office too.

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NEW DELHI -- Aamir Khan's Dangal is in no mood to stop smashing records.

After pinning down SS Rajamouli's magnum opus Baahubali 2: The Conclusion to become the highest grossing Indian movie of all time, the movie has achieved another feat by becoming the first ever Indian film to earn ₹1700 crores at global box-office.

Trade analyst Ramesh Bala took to Twitter and shared the news by writing, "#Dangal is the first Indian Movie to enter ₹1700 crore Worldwide Gross Box Office Collection Club! #China - ₹942 crore. #Taiwan - ₹32 crore. Rest of world - ₹745 crore. Total - ₹1719 crore."

The movie is currently on a magical run at the Chinese box office as it has earned a total of ₹941.51 crore and can cross ₹1000 crore mark really soon.

The movie released in China on 5 May across 9000 screens.

On a related note, Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, which became the first Indian movie to gross to cross ₹1500 crores worldwide, is yet to release in China.

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