After Pathaan earned ₹21 crore nett on its seventh day in India, the Shah Rukh Khan-starrer has become the fastest Hindi movie to go ₹three hundred crore mark after Baahubali 2: The Conclusion. Pathaan’s first-week collection at the domestic box workplace now stands at ₹315 crore nett. Pathaan, which also stars Deepika Padukone, John Abraham, Ashutosh Rana and Dimple Kapadia, turned into launched on January 25.
Pathaan, which has been making and breaking statistics since it was launched internationally, entered the ₹300 crore membership in the best seven days, beating the record held with the aid of Baahubali 2: The Conclusion’s Hindi version since 2017, which took ten days to enter the ₹three hundred crores on the domestic field office, tweeted change analyst Taran Adarsh on Wednesday. He brought up that the Hindi model of KGF: Chapter 2 (2022) reached the ₹300 crore mark in eleven days, while Aamir Khan’s Dangal (2016) took thirteen days for the same. Both Sanju (2018) and Tiger Zinda Hai (2017) took sixteen days each to go into the ₹three hundred crore membership. Meanwhile, Aamir’s PK (2014) and Hrithik Roshan’s War (2019) took 17 days and 19 days, respectively, to acquire the ₹three hundred crore-feat.
Moreover, Pathaan’s week one box office collection – ₹315 crore nett – is ₹65 crore nett greater than KGF: Chapter 2, which held the very best first week total earlier than Pathaan swept handed it in five days, as according to a Box Office India report. Directed by Siddharth Anand, Pathaan was launched a day earlier than Republic Day 2023 in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu languages. The motion film sponsored through Yash Raj Films also has a unique appearance by actor Salman Khan.
Pathaan has been breaking information ever since it’s release. Earlier, the movie crossed the ₹2 hundred crore nett mark in most effective four days, making it the quickest Hindi film to go into the ₹two hundred crore membership. Even before the discharge of the movie, Pathaan had smashed information with its first-rate advance bookings. The advance bookings for Pathaan were opened on January 20.
Due to developing demands, theatre owners in many parts of India had reportedly decided to have early morning screenings of the film. Earlier, there were also reports that the film’s morning shows had been cancelled as protests emerged outside theatres in Indore on Pathaan’s opening day. Pathaan was released on January 25, after facing boycott calls and protests against the film’s cast and crew in recent weeks.