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The 15 Highest Grossing Foreign Language Films of 2013

By Indiewire | Indiewire January 5, 2014 at 3:01PM

Here's a chart of 2013's the highest foreign language films.
"The Grandmaster"
"The Grandmaster"

Here's a chart of 2013's the highest grossing foreign language films, led by Pantelion and Lionsgate's release of Mexican filmmaker Eugenio Derbez's "Instructions Not Included," which is now the highest grossing Spanish language film ever. Beyond "Instructions," Bollywood films dominated the list, led by "Dhoom 3," which also was a record breaker: It's the highest-grossing Bollywood film of all time in both domestic and overseas markets (including the US).

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The below list only includes films tracked by Indiewire's box office charts, as of December 31, 2013. 

1. Instructions Not Included (Lionsgate/Pantelion) - $44,410,866
2. Dhoom 3 (Yash Raj) - $7,185,407
3. The Grandmaster (The Weinstein Company) - $6,594,959
4. Chennai Express (UTV) - $5,307,960
5. Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani (Eros) - $3,827,466
6. No* (Sony Pictures Classics) - $2,343,664
7. Renoir (Samuel Goldwyn) - $2,293,798
8. Krrish 3 (Eros) - $2,191,534
9. Blue Is The Warmest Color (Sundance Selects) - $2,013,868
10. Fill The Void (Sony Pictures Classics) - $1,775,316
11. The Attack (Cohen Media Group) - $1,720,325
12. Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (Reliance) - $1,636,731
13. Race 2 (UTV) - $1,579,940
14. I'm So Excited (Sony Pictures Classics) - $1,368,119
15. Wadjda (Sony Pictures Classics)) - $1,324,773

*-Had an Oscar qualifying run in 2012, but was released in 2013.

This article is related to: Box Office, Foreign, Instructions Not Included


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