Not only India, Badla wins worldwide, collects USD 3.7 million | Memsaab.com

Amitabh Bachchan and Taapsee Pannu starrer Badla is on a winning spree as the film raked in USD 3.7 million in 10 days in the overseas market.

The overseas collection is as Middle East - USD 1.45 million, North America - USD 1.32 million, Australia - USD 224,116; UK & Ireland - USD 213,782; Rest of the world- USD 493,000.

The overseas collection is as Middle East - USD 1.45 million, North America - USD 1.32 million, Australia - USD 224,116; UK & Ireland - USD 213,782; Rest of the world- USD 493,000.
In This Image: Amitabh Bachchan
In India, Sujoy Ghosh's Badla garnered Rs 18.70 crores on Day 10, also the film had already crossed Rs 50 crores mark on Saturday itself. With the weekend 2 collection, Badla becomes Sujoy Ghosh's highest 2nd-weekend collection, beats the record of Kahaani.
 

Kahaani was a hit at the box office and sets a record for director Sujoy Ghosh as well, but the recent release Badla breaks the record of weekend 2 collection of Kahaani.

Kahaani was a hit at the box office and sets a record for director Sujoy Ghosh as well, but the recent release Badla breaks the record of weekend 2 collection of Kahaani.
In This Image: Amitabh Bachchan
The crime thriller revolves around Taapsee Pannu's character Naina who is stuck in a murder scandal. Playing Badal Gupta, a lawyer to Naina, Amitabh Bachchan has recreated the magic of Pink.

Also starring Amrita Singh, Tony Luke and Manav Kaul in supporting roles, Badla has been gauging appreciation for the remarkable performances.

Also starring Amrita Singh, Tony Luke and Manav Kaul in supporting roles, Badla has been gauging appreciation for the remarkable performances.
Badla is presented by Red Chillies Entertainment in association with Azure Entertainment, Co-produced by Gaurav Verma and produced by Gauri Khan, Sunir Kheterpal and Akshai Puri, the crime thriller is directed by Sujoy Ghosh, starring Amitabh Bachchan and Taapsee Pannu in the lead roles is running successfully in theatres.