Pathaan Worldwide Collection Day 19: Shahrukh's 'Pathan' created worldwide outrage, will soon cross 1000 crores
Shah Rukh Khan's 'Pathan' seems to be in no mood to stop at the box office. Even after more than three weeks have passed in the theatres, the film is doing well at many places
Shah Rukh Khan's 'Pathan' seems to be in no mood to stop at the box office. Even after more than three weeks have passed in the theatres, the film is doing well at many places. Shah Rukh Khan's name is being heard all over the world. Even on its third weekend, this Spy Universe film has set flags. King Khan's eyes are now directly fixed on 1000 crores. Shah Rukh Khan's Jalwa is wreaking havoc at the world wide box office. Siddharth Anand's action thriller 'Pathan' is very much liked by the audience. In the third week itself, the film has left behind films like 'Dangal', 'KGF 2'. Returning to the big screen after 4 years, Shah Rukh Khan proved that he still has the charm on the silver screen. This weekend, the film has crossed the 950 crore mark in worldwide business.
Pathan is now eyeing the target of 1000 crores. Although the film gets weak on the weekend, it is very difficult to say that in how many days it will cross the 50 crore mark. On Sunday, 12 February, the film earned Rs 13 crore. Pathan's collection at the domestic box office has increased to Rs 511 crore. With this, Pathan has become the biggest grosser of Bollywood in Hindi language.
The best part for Pathan was that it did not have any big release in the theatres. So it has single-handedly ruled the screen for three weeks. While this Friday, along with Karthik Aryan's 'Shehzada', Marvel's Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quanto Mania will also be released. Both these films can leave Shah Rukh Khan from the theatres. After this, several more films will release including Akshay Kumar's Selfie, Ranbir Kapoor-Shraddha Kapoor's Tu Jhoothi Main Makkar and Tabu-Ajay Devgn's Bhola.
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