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Secret Superstar may have stopped at earnings of 62 crores in India despite a festive Diwali release, but its release in China is doing wonders for the film. Secret Superstar has not only released in China but also has taken the Chinese box office by storm.

Making it to the top ten movies of 2017 on IMDb India as well, this movie does not seem to come to a standstill soon.

The film has performed tremendously at the Chinese Box Office and has crossed the 100 million mark very smoothly and steadily. It stands at $109.44 million (703 crores) till date at the Chinese box office. The film stands with a worldwide collection of 853 crores, earning 80 crores at the Indian box office and 70 crores overseas.

Secret Superstar got ten nominations at the 63rd Filmfare Awards, including Best Film, Best Director for Advait Chandan, Best Actress for Zaira Wasim, and Best Supporting Actor for Aamir Khan. It won three Filmfare Awards, including Best Actress (Critics) for Zaira Wasim, Best Supporting Actress for Meher Vij and Best Playback Singer (Female) for Meghna Mishra.


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Secret Superstar stars Dangal girl Zaira Wasim in the lead while Meher Vij, Raj Arjun and Aamir Khan play pivotal parts. The film is written, directed by Advait Chandan, and produced by Aamir Khan and wife Kiran Rao.

After Aamir Khan, it will be Salman Khan’s turn to try his luck in China. His 2015 film Bajrangi Bhaijaan will open across 8,000 screens in China on March 2.

The post Secret Superstar China Box Office Update: Crosses The 700 Crore Mark appeared first on Koimoi.


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