Secret Superstar box office collection China: Directed by Advait Chandan and produced by Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao, Secret Superstar had released on 19th October 2017 in India and had created waves at the Box Office.
Secret Superstar box office collection China: Directed by Advait Chandan and produced by Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao, Secret Superstar had released on 19th October 2017 in India and had created waves at the Box Office. The same magic has been reproduced by the movie in China, starring Zaira Wasim, the movie had released in China on 19th January 2018, and has raked in a hefty amount. Movie critic and biz analyst Taran Adarsh took to Twitter to write about the splendid performance of the movie. His Tweet read: “#SecretSuperstar closes Week 1 on a SPLENDID NOTE in China… Nears ₹ 300 cr in 7 days… SENSATIONAL…Fri $ 6.92 mn, Sat $ 10.59 mn Sun $ 9.94 mn, Mon $ 5.04 mn, Tue $ 4.91 mn, Wed $ 4.52 mn Thu $ 4.23 mn, Total: $ 46.15 million [₹ 293.18 cr].” As per Taran Adarsh, the movie has minted in an amount of Rs 300 crore in 7 days. Indeed massive! The movie has managed to please the audience even in China.
The movie revolves around Zaira Wasim, who plays the role of a young Baroda girl Insia, who aspires to become a singer but faces restriction from her conservative father. The plot deals with themes like feminism and domestic violence. One can find Insia, a 14-year-old Muslim girl who is passionate about her dream but her overbearing father is against her. The movie also shows instances of domestic violence where the obstinate father of Insia beats her mother and at times threatens her. Not able to escape from the ongoing brutality of her, Insia finds her way out by becoming a Youtube sensation. Insia starts to record songs on Youtube wearing a Hijab, so that no gets to know about her. In doing so, she eventually is liked by her followers and becomes a Youtube sensation.
The plot of the film emanates hopefulness and determination with which one should pursue one’s dream. The film is also an inspiration for those who are struggling to follow their dream. The film has received accolades from everyone and Zaira has been appreciated for her natural performance. Speaking to The Indian Express, Zaira had said, “I’ve got more messages from people for this film than ‘Dangal’. People have given immense love to the film. Love and appreciation for my film in the best birthday gift I can ask for. I am extremely happy and honestly, a little overwhelmed by the response. Theatres in Jammu are running houseful and many of my friends there couldn’t get tickets.”