The live-action movie, directed by Guy Ritchie, stars Will Smith as the genie and the Egyptian-born Canadian actor Mena Massoud as the wily charmer who pretends to be a prince to catch the attention of the lovely Jasmine (Naomi Scott).
The live-action remake of the animated classic easily claimed the top spot at the Memorial Day weekend box office.
On the film's opening day, Taran Adarsh said: "Aladdin dominates". On Sunday, the film collected a total of Rs 5.68 crore, taking the second weekend collections to Rs 14.04 crore, which is more than India's Most Wanted and PM Narendra Modi biopic's first weekend collections.
Still holding on in third place is Avengers: Endgame, which pulled in another $16.8 million for the three-day weekend and $22 million for the four-day holiday weekend.
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Apart from Aladdin, John Wick Chapter 3, Avengers: Endgame are grossing big profits as well as you can see the chart above.
Aladdin earned mixed reviews from critics, with a 58% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, but it fared much better with moviegoers. The Marvel movie has now grossed some US$2.677 billion worldwide, tailing the James Cameron blockbuster's US$2.787 billion.
In fourth place, Detective Pikachu brought in $13.3 million for the three-day weekend and an estimated $17.5 for the four-day weekend. Rob Marshall might have gotten a call - but he's between Disney films.
Sony's modestly budgeted horror movie "Brightburn" opened in fifth with $7.5 million.