Pathaan has already crossed the Rs. 200 crore mark worldwide.
Last Updated: 04.57 AM, Jan 28, 2023
On its third day, Pathaan is expected to make between Rs. 35 and 36 crore nett in Hindi, giving it a record-breaking first weekend of Rs. 158 to 159 crore nett. As per Box Office India, this puts the movie far ahead of KGF 2, which had a weekend of Rs. 140.50 crore nett. It has essentially broken all records since its release.
Despite the fact that commerce has been very slow since the epidemic, KGF 2 smashed all previous records, and within a year, Pathaan had come to surpass KGF 2. On Saturday and Sunday, Pathaan's statistics will increase even more, and on Saturday, they will easily surpass the Rs. 200 crore nett milestone. It won't come as a surprise if the movie earns more than 250 crore nett by Sunday night, making it the highest-grossing Hindi film of all time.
The decline on Friday following the significant national holiday is expected to be under 50%, but even a drop of 50% would have been a wonderful outcome. At the moment, the collections are spread out across the country, and some areas have amazing collections. Single screens in UP and Bihar are out of this world, and for outcomes similar to these in single screens in these regions, you probably need to look back to Karan Arjun.
It remains to be seen how great the overseas total will be on Friday, but the international collections on Friday are also looking incredible, and something huge is also brewing in other areas. Despite having been released on Wednesday, it had already made a profit.
Siddharth Anand wrote and directed the action/thriller movie Pathaan, which Aditya Chopra also produced. Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, and John Abraham are the movie's main actors. After Zero, this fourth instalment of the YRF Spy Universe marks Khan's return to the principal actor role.
In the movie Pathaan, an exiled RAW agent is sent to kill Jim, a former RAW agent who has become the leader of a private terror group and is planning to use a lab-made virus to kill everyone in India.