Shah Rukh Khan is back on the big screen with his much-awaited action-thriller film Pathaan. And as soon as he arrived, Pathaan spoiled the weather. The film, which marks the return of King Khan after four years, is all set to open big at the box office. Fans were eagerly waiting for the release of Pathan and the advance booking of the film has already created records.
According to the reports, Pathan has made a blockbuster opening at the box office and has become the biggest opening film of India, earning 54 crores from India only on the first day itself. Earlier this title was in the name of KGF 2. In terms of advance booking, the film has left behind Hindi films like KGF 2 and War. And soon the records of all the films can be broken at the box office.
#Pathaan Day 1 India 🇮🇳 opening ₹ 54 Crs Nett..
A new All-time record.. 🔥
— Ramesh Bala (@rameshlaus) January 26, 2023
According to Taran Adarsh, Pathan had collected 11.40 Cr from PVR, 8.75 Cr from INOX and 4.90 Cr from Cinepolis till 8:15 pm on the first day. Which in total is 25.05 Cr. Pathaan has left behind War (19.67 Cr) and KGF 2 (22.15 Cr) in multiplex chains collection.
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) January 25, 2023
Ever since the announcement of Shahrukh’s film Pathan, the film has been making headlines and with the release of its teasers and posters, the buzz around the film has increased. Directed by Siddharth Anand, the film also stars Deepika Padukone and John Abraham in pivotal roles.
The film is set to release in multiple languages including Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam. The makers of the film have also announced that the film will be released in IMAX format, which will provide a life long experience to the audience.
Shah Rukh Khan fans are excited to see him back on the big screen and his comeback as a good action hero is highly anticipated. Fans are also eagerly waiting to see her on-screen chemistry with Deepika Padukone and John Abraham.
After all, Pathan has made a comeback with a big opening at the box office. And is expected to break records with its collection. The film’s release is also expected to revive the Indian film industry, which has been badly hit by the pandemic.