Shahrukh Khan’s ‘Pathan’ is continuously making new records one after the other. The film has earned Rs 100 crore worldwide on the first day itself, while on the second day also shocking figures can come to the fore.
New Delhi :
Shahrukh Khan’s Pathan has shown that charisma at the box office which will be remembered for a long time. While the film has earned Rs 55 crores in India on the first day, its gross collection has crossed Rs 100 crores worldwide. Now the initial trends that are coming regarding the second day’s earnings are no less shocking. Shahrukh Khan’s Pathan is taking steps towards a very big figure. Patan took an opening of Rs 55 crore on non-holiday, and today is the second day of holiday. People were expected to reach theaters in large numbers on Republic Day.
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Secnilk Entertainment, a website providing box office figures, has given information about the opening figures of the second day of Shah Rukh Khan’s Pathan from its Twitter page. According to Seclink, the film can earn around Rs 68 crore. While in the gross collection, this website has talked about a figure of about Rs 80 crore. In this way it is big news for Shahrukh Khan and his producers. In this way, the box office numbers have blown away the boycott trend of ‘Pathan’. Although this is a trend, the picture will be clear only on the actual figure.
#pathan: Day 1 vs Day 2 Online Gross
Morning: 8.00 Cr, 8.80 Cr
A: 9.80 Cr; 17.50 Cr
E: 9.90 Cr, 15.90 Cr
Night: 26.30 Cr , 22.80 Cr * expected
Total: 54.00 Cr, , 65.00 Cr
Offline Expected: 15 Cr Gross
Estimated Day 2 India Gross: 80 Cr
And Day 2 India Net: 68 Cr
— Sacnilk Entertainment (@SacnilkEntmt) January 26, 2023
‘Pathan’ has been directed by Siddharth Anand. The producer of the film is Aditya Chopra. Apart from Shah Rukh Khan, the film also stars Deepika Padukone, John Abraham, Ashutosh Rana and Dimple Kapadia. In this way, while Shah Rukh Khan’s film has worked to get the box office out of trouble, it has also encouraged the upcoming Bollywood films.