Shahrukh Khan’s movie has broken many records and made many records so far while winning fast. But on the 11th the film did what no one had done before. With this record, Pathan’s success has reached seventh heaven. Pathan has become the first Bollywood film to win the highest award in just 11 days. The Box Office India report claims that the film business on Saturday was very active at the Indian box office with the film grossing around Rs 22 crore. At the same time, according to the Box Office Worldwide report, Pathan has become the first Bollywood film to have the highest grossing in 11 days. Perhaps SRK fans will also be excited after receiving this news. This is considered a great success for Pathan.
Blockbuster movies like KGF-2 and Bahubali also lost to Pathan in gross several days ago. Pathan has completed 11 days since its release. By the tenth day, the film had achieved close to ₹700 crore in worldwide gross and in India it grossed around ₹15 crore. Yesterday was the film’s second Saturday, after which the film’s total gross exceeded Rs 382 crore in India. It has beaten Aamir Khan’s Dangal in lifetime take which is said to be Rs 374 crore. Along with the Hindi belt, the film is also performing well in other regional languages. Including the Sunday collection on the 12th, the film may cross the Rs 400 crore mark in India.
Talking about the story of the Pathan movie, it is a spy based movie directed by Siddharth Anand. Siddharth Anand has starred in blockbuster movies like Bang Bang and War. Apart from Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone and John Abraham, the film also stars Salman Khan. Shah Rukh Khan has returned to the big screen after almost 5 years with the film Pathan. After such a long hiatus, a Shahrukh Khan film has arrived, whose madness has remained constant. King Khan will soon be seen opposite Nayantara in the movie Jawan and opposite Taapsee Pannu in the movie Danki.
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