Hum Tum released worldwide on 28 May 2004, is creating waves all across the globe. The collections for the first month were outstanding.
Released at a modest 23 sites in the UK
, Hum Tum walks straight in the hearts of its audiences by collecting £ 5,57,800 (US$ 10,13,000) in the first month.
Earlier, the collections for the opening weekend in UK were £131,741.00 (US$ 237,133). With a screen average of £ 5,728 (US$ 10,310) in its opening weekend, second only to the "The Day After Tomorrow", Hum Tum ranked number 7 in the UK Top 10 Charts in the week of release, and jumped one up in the second week to take the number 6 position.
Hum Tum is currently at number 18 of the highest grossing Indian films in the UK and is still going strong.
In the USA,
Hum Tum has also swept the country, by collecting US$ 7,31,500 in the first month
already. The movie attracted a screen average of US$ 6,415.86 in its opening weekend and the collections for the opening 3 days in USA were US$ 275,882.
the collection at the Box Office for the first month
have already crossed Rupees 250 million (US$ 54,64,480 approximately)
and is yet going strong. Hum Tum, which opened to 100% collections in Mumbai, Delhi and other parts of India has done record-breaking collections at the box office all over India.
Yash Raj Films' first production of 2004, Hum Tum didn't disappoint its Audiences, Exhibitors, Producers or its Distributors and is going strong.
Hum Tum has also created ripples in the Australia (where it shot in to the Australian charts at number 5, and is officially the 3rd highest grossing film after Kal Ho Naa Ho & Main Hoon Na), South Africa, South East Asia and UAE by recovering investments in the opening weekend itself.