Boney Kapoor’s Mom Earns Rs 111 Crore After Three Weeks In China, Beats Sultan And Baahubali 2

    Boney Kapoor’s Mom Earns Rs 111 Crore After Three Weeks In China, Beats Sultan And Baahubali 2

    Boney Kapoor’s Mom Earns Rs 111 Crore In China

    Boney Kapoor’s Mom Earns Rs 111 Crore After Three Weeks In China, Beats Sultan And Baahubali 2

    Producer Boney Kapoor 's crime-thriller Mom, starring Sridevi and Akshaye Khanna , is continuing its spell at the Chinese box office. In fact, it has become one of the highest grossing Indian films in China, crossing the Rs 100 crore mark in the country. Mom had released in China on May 10, 2019.

    Mom has beaten films like Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, Toilet - Ek Prem Katha, Sultan , Pad Man, Thugs of Hindostan and several other Hindi releases to become the 8th Indian film ever to cross $15 million mark.

    According to the latest reports, the film earned $9.6 million in its first and 4.56 million $ in the second week in China. The film did well on weekdays which indicate it has found appreciation among the audiences. 

    As per current trends, the film has managed close to 16million in China after the third week, the total collection of the film now stands around ₹111 crores. The film is showing very strong hold at China box-office and drops are minuscule. It will be interesting to see how the film fares in its fourth week. The Mayan rating for the movie is 9.3, which is exceptional.



    Boney Kapoor’s Mom Earns Rs 111 Crore After Three Weeks In China, Beats Sultan And Baahubali 2


    The film is very close to Boney’s heart as it marked Sridevi's 300th movie in Bollywood . What made the film all the more important was that it was her last release before her tragic death. The film is directed by Ravi Udyawar, showed Sridevi as a mother who sets out to seek vengeance for the gang rape of her stepdaughter.

    Sridevi won the Best Actress National Award posthumously for her role in the movie. The film was previously released in 40 regions including Poland, Russia, the UK, the US, Singapore, and the Czech Republic.