Shahrukh’s ‘Pathan’ continues to roar worldwide, earning over 600 crores in a single week
Pathan Worldwide Box Office: Director Siddharth Anand’s action-thriller ‘Pathan’ continues to dominate the box office charts for the seventh consecutive day. The film seems to be making a new record every day not only in the domestic but also in the international markets. After registering a strong hold on its first Monday with a collection of Rs 25.50 crore, the film performed exceptionally well on Tuesday as well.
Dhak continues at the international box office
Internationally, the film is creating a storm at the ticket counters. According to industry tracker Saknilk, Pathan crossed $1 million in Saudi Arabia (KSA) and $10 million in North America. Box Office Worldwide reported that the film’s overseas collection is $28.75 million, taking its worldwide collection to Rs 634 crore.
Made the first film to earn 300 crores
According to trade analyst Taran Adarsh, Pathan earned Rs 22 crore on the seventh day of release, taking the film’s domestic earnings to around Rs 318.5 crore in Hindi, along with Rs 11.75 crore in the dubbed Tamil and Telugu versions. Its collection saw a drop of 15 percent on Working Day.
These films also earned more than 300 crores
With this, ‘Pathan’ became the fastest Hindi language film to cross the Rs 300 crore mark domestically. ‘Bahubali 2’ (Hindi) took 10 days and ‘KGF 2’ (Hindi) took 11 days. Aamir Khan’s ‘Dangal’ achieved the feat in 13 days and Salman Khan’s ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ and Ranbir Kapoor’s ‘Sanju’ crossed the Rs 300 crore mark in 16 days.
‘Pathan’ has not only become the fastest film to enter the Rs 300 crore club domestically, but has also become the highest opening week grosser in the history of Hindi cinema. KGF 2 registered a total collection of Rs 268.63 crore in seven days and Bahubali 2 registered a total collection of Rs 247 crore. Siddharth Anand’s ‘War’ was the highest grossing film in Bollywood in the first week with a collection of Rs 238.35 crore.
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