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ame clear watching Tamasha that Imtiaz may be running out of ideas. There are just so many times you can romanticize self-healing and coming-of-age before it all starts to feel contrived. In the case of this film, frankly Harry and Sejal come off as characters in search of a plot." Anupama Chopra of Film Companion wrote "The problem is that Imtiaz is unable to mould the larger-than-life romantic persona of Shah Rukh into his own more bruised brand of romance. Twenty-two years later, Shah Rukh is still Raj – tender, sensitive and resolutely chaste – at least with the woman he loves." Box office The film's box office gross is ?153.43 crore (US$20 million), including ?894 million (US$12 million) in India and ?641 million (US$8.5 million) overseas. The film under-performed at the domestic box office. However, the film was an overseas success, grossing US$10 million overseas, making it the year's second highest overseas grosser, behind only Raees, another Shah Rukh Khan starrer. Domestic The film collected ?152.5 million on opening day, becoming the lowest opener for a Shah Rukh Khan film in three years. On the second day, it collected ? 15 crores, followed by its third day's collection of ? 15.50 crores, bringing its first weekend's collection to ? 45.75 crores, and making it 2017's sixth-highest first-weekend-collecting Bollywood film in the domestic market. Nevertheless, the weekend box office collection of the film did not manage to cross ? 50 crores, and it emerged as one of the lowest openers of Shah Rukh Khan in recent years. Overseas On the first day, the film collected ?50.57 lakh (US$67,000) from 27 screens in Australia, ?2,083,000 (US$28,000) from 20 screens in New Zealand, ?11.0 million (US$150,000) from 104 screens in the United Kingdom, ?24.4 million (US$320,000) from 252 screens in the United States and ?5,826,000 (US$77,000) from 26 screens in Canada. On the second day, the film collected ?1,896,000 (US$25,000) from 10 screens in Australia, ?1,601,000 (US$21,000) from 16 screens in New Zealand, ?11.7 million (US$160,000) from 105 screens in the UK, ?25.3 million (US$340,000) from 251 screens in the US and ?7,175,000 (US$95,000) from 26 screens in Canada. On the first Sunday, it collected ?3,330,000 (US$44,000) from 31 screens in Australia, ?1,201,000 (US$16,000) from 21 screens in New Zealand, ?7,969,000 (US$110,000) from 106 screens in the UK, ?15.7 million (US$210,000) from 249 screens in the US and ?4,717,000 (US$63,000) from 26 screens in Canada. On the fourth day of release, the film collected ?729,000 (US$9,700) from 23 screens in Australia and ?378,000 (US$5,000) from 18 screens in New Zeala