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Slumdog Millionaire back in US Top ten

A Dickensian tale of an impoverished orphan, Slumdog Millionaire is again rocking the US box office after being awarded four Golden Globes. 

The movie’s collection has gone up to $43 million in the last weekend. It is running in 582 theatres across the US, registering a per-theatre average of $10,137 to take its total gross to a staggering number of $42.74 million. 

‘Slumdog Millionaire’ is in its tenth running week and its collections are rocketing since it emerged as a major winner at Golden Globes. In fact, the movie’s total collection till now has surpassed the combined over-all collections of three successful Bollywood movies, Chandni Chowk To China , Ghajini and Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi .

Fox Searchlight plans to expand its run this Friday to about 1,300 theatres, as many multiplexes are very keen to play the film.

After a clean-sweep at Golden Globes, the movie has received 11 BAFTA nominations, the British equivalent of Oscars. It is in competition with ‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button’, starring Brad Pitt, followed by the Batman blockbuster ‘The Dark Knight’ which has won nine BAFTA nominations and Clint Eastwood's drama ‘Changeling’, which won eight.

In fact, eighteen-year-old Dev Patel , who played the protagonist Jamal Malik, is also vying for best leading actor when the BAFTAs will be announced in London on February 8.

Danny Boyle recently said in a statement, "We have spent much time away making this film in Bollywood and then promoting it in Hollywood." 

Well, we can say whatever they have done painstakingly is paying off.