Shah Rukh Khan’s much awaited blockbuster witnessed an explosive First Day First Show start. Movie’s superb opening is a slap on the face of those seeking a ban on the movie.
Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone controversial movie is all set to set the Box Office ablaze. If the opening figures are to be trusted, Pathaan’s revenue has surpassed even the bMovieiggest Bollywood hits. Looking at Pathaan’s First Day opening figures only showed that SRK’s popularity hasn’t slowed a bit even after a hiatus of four years. No wonder, the long awaited action movie is expecting great Box-office collection. Couple of days before, the movie created a stir after its advance booking numbers scaled and beat some of the actual revenues of the movies. From the advance booking, the movie’s success was long evident. Pathaan’s success is the highest advance booking ever for an original or a dubbed movie.
Record collections highlighted Pathaan’s First Day Opening
Protesters could not have imagined Pathaan’s first day opening figures. The film’s spot bookings are also terrific in India which means the Box Office collections are going to skyrocket today. So far the movie is the first Hindi film in history to have hit the screens with Rs 50 crore already in the pocket. From the advance booking numbers, the trade analysts have already predicted the movie to rake in around 60 Crores at the Box Office. Also, the film achieved this feat on a non-holiday opening day. It’s a working Wednesday for the viewers and yet Pathaan has managed to register a giant presence at the Box Office on its first day. Come Thursday and the second day will create havoc in cinemas considering it’s a Republic Day holiday.
Pathaan Controversy seems history after revenue predicts movie success
Pathaan has already revived the Bollywood Box Office even before the first day, first show gets over. What a tremendous feat! Watch this space for all the latest Box Office updates on Pathaan!
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