Woah! In a historic development, Shah Rukh Khan starrer Jawan becomes the first Hindi film to cross the Rs 200 crore mark in domestic collections in just three days.
Still of Shah Rukh Khan in the movie 'Jawan'.
Last Updated: 04.42 AM, Sep 10, 2023
Jawan fever continues to grip the nation! In a historic development, Shah Rukh Khan starrer Jawan has become the first Hindi film to cross the Rs 200 crore mark in domestic collections within just three days of its theatrical release.
The movie achieved a historic milestone with an opening day collection of Rs 75 crores. Following this remarkable start, the Atlee-directed film continued to make history on its second day by amassing Rs 53 crore. On the third day, it once again set a record by earning Rs 74.50 crore at the domestic box office, according to industry tracker Sacnilk. This appreciable performance has propelled the film's total domestic net collection to an impressive Rs 202.73 crores.
On its third day, the movie raked in an impressive Rs 66 crore in the Hindi market, while also securing Rs 5 crore in Tamil and Rs 3.5 crore in Telugu regions. During the evening shows, Jawan maintained a solid occupancy rate of 71.05%, which further surged to an impressive 81.60% during the night shows.
Shah Rukh Khan’s message for his ‘Jawan’ fans
On September 8, Shah Rukh Khan on X (formerly known as Twitter) wrote, “Thank you for all the love and appreciation for #Jawan!! Stay safe and happy… Please keep sending in the pics and videos of all of you enjoying at the movies…. And I will be back soon to see all of them! Until then… Party with Jawan in the theatres!! Lots of love and gratitude!”
On a worldwide scale, Shah Rukh Khan starrer has minted over Rs 240 crores at the box office within the first two days of its release. This news development was confirmed by Red Chillies Entertainment.
In addition to Shah Rukh Khan, the cast of Jawan includes renowned actors such as Vijay Sethupathi, Nayanthara, Deepika Padukone, Sanya Malhotra, and Priyamani, among other talented individuals. The film, helmed by director Atlee, also features Ridhi Dogra and Sunil Grover in supporting roles.