Aamir Khan is not called Mr. Perfectionist for no reason; the actor works on only one film at a time and gives his best to it. And in the past few years, his ventures have been hugely profitable for everyone involved.
His latest release, Dangal, has registered the highest ever collections at the Domestic Box Office and beat a total of 21 records in 2016. The films domestic collections now stand at a total of 381.05 crores and has registered 322.24% rate of Return on Investment. (Also Read: Here’s The List Of Box-Office Records Broken By Dangal)
Heres the detailed break up of films budget and earnings
|Cost of Production||60 cr|
|Cost of Marketing (P&A)||15 cr|
|TOTAL COST||75 cr|
|India Theatrical Box Office||381.05 cr|
|Distributors share||170.20 cr|
|Overseas Theatrical Box Office||198.71 cr|
|Distributors share||79.48 cr|
|Music, Digital, Merchandising, Licensing and Ancillary rights||12 cr|
|Satellite Rights||55 cr|
|TOTAL RECOVERIES||316.68 Cr|
PROFIT 241.68 Cr.
RETURN ON INVESTMENT (ROI) 322.24%
Now thats called a blockbuster venture! (Also Read: Dangal Beats PK To Become Bollywoods Highest Grosser Of All Time)