Jatt & Juliet 2 takes the international Box Office by storm!
The family entertainer sets a new benchmark in the UK and Rest of the World, breaking all Box Office opening records for Punjabi cinema
Setting a whole new precedent for Punjabi films in the UK and worldwide, the highly anticipated Jatt & Juliet 2 had a staggering Opening Weekend at the Box Office, not only in India but across the globe. The family entertainer has broken previous Box Office records for a Punjabi film in several key international territories, proving itself a Box Office smash hit that has fast surpassed the runaway success of the first instalment.
Further cementing the Punjabi industry's status worldwide, in the UK, Jatt & Juliet 2, presented in this territory by Tip Top Entertainment, took an unprecedented £83,000 across 13 locations - one of the biggest openings in the history of Punjabi Cinema; US and Canada took $389,000 across 34 locations; Australia took $245,000; New Zealand took $40,000; while domestically, India collected 4 Crores 60 lakhs.
Furthermore, it was Number 2 in the Top 10 UK Charts in terms of Print Average, directly following Despicable Me 2 in the Number 1 position – a benchmark achievement for a Punjabi film at the UK Box Office.
Director Anurag Singh presents another Box Office chart-topper in what has become Punjabi cinema's most adulated franchise, as Jatt & Juliet 2 reunites the Punjabi industry’s most loved screen-couple, Diljit Dosanjh and Neeru Bajwa, as they create movie magic once again, on the shores of Canada. Supporting them on screen is a colourful supporting cast including Rana Jung Bahadaur, Jaswinder Bhalla, Amrit Bhilla, Devinder Dillon, Julia Fox, Brad Harder, Jacob Insley and Hitesh Jogia.
A family entertainer and the must-see, feelgood film this summer, Jatt & Juliet 2 takes audiences on a laugh-out-loud journey filled with punchy one-liners, quick-witted comebacks and comic gold moments .
Jatt & Juliet 2 is in cinemas now, produced by White Hill Productions and presented by Tip Top Entertainment in the UK