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Release Date 24 October, 2014
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Budget ₹150 crores
Box Office India ₹179 crores
Box Office Worldwide ₹343 crores
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Charlie and his team of ‘losers’ take part in an International dance competition in Dubai to take revenge on his old enemy. They dance their way to success by winning the hearts of millions in an attempt to pull off the biggest diamond robbery. What is the motive behind this revenge? Will they succeed in their plan?

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Day-wise Box Office Collections

First Day₹36.31 crores
Saturday₹25.29 crores
Sunday₹31.56 crores
First Weekend₹93.16 crores
First Week₹133.6 crores
Second Week₹35.38 crores
Third Week₹7.45 crores
Lifetime India (net)₹179 crores
Worldwide Gross₹343 crores
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Fun Facts & Triva

  • This movie is the 12th movie of Shahrukh Khan, that is released on the eve of Diwali.
  • The role played by Sonu Sood was earlier offered to Vidyut Jamwal and Vivek Oberoi, who refused to perform the part.
  • In one scene where Deepika makes an entry in Jackie Shroff's party, the song 'Ankhon Mein Teri' from Deepika and Shahrukh's earlier movie 'Om Shanti Om' plays in the background.
  • The speech given by Deepika to motivate Team Diamonds was included in the movie to pay homage to Shahrukh Khan's speech '70 Minutes' in 'Chak De India'.
  • For showing Indian flag at the end of song Satakli, when Team India is selected for finals, Sha Rukh paid Rs. 2.5 Crores.
  • Deepika's name and entry in the movie are kept similar to Madhuri Dixit's name and entry in movie Tezaab 1988.
  • Lyrics of the song 'Nonsense Ki Night' were given by Farah Khan herself.
  • Shahrukh Khan's role was earlier offered to Aamir Khan.
  • The film was planned in 2005, but due to some problems it finally released in 2014.
  • Had the movie not been delayed, this would have been Deepika's first movie. She was selected for the movie much before Om Shanti Om was released.
  • Just like in Chennai Express, Shah Rukh Khan has kept the name of lead actress ahead of rest of the cast in the opening credits.
  • The movie followed typical Farah Khan trademark - The whole cast and crew were seen at the end of the movie as part of the credits.

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