Jawan Movie Hit Box Office, Shah Rukh Khan has Broken Hindi Movie Record

With the success of Jawan movie, Shah Rukh Khan broke a Hindi film record:

Jawan Movie Hit Box Office, Shah Rukh Khan has Broken Hindi Movie Record

Shah Rukh Khan has achieved even greater success than he had in the past. His most recent film, Jawan, which competed with Pathaan for the title of having the biggest opening weekend for a movie in the Hindi language, succeeded in doing so. According to industry tracker Sacnilk, approximately 65 crore rupees (about 10 million dollars) of Jawan’s opening day revenue came from the Hindi version, while the remaining 10 crore rupees came from the dubbed versions in Tamil and Telugu.

Jawan movie has now broken both the record for the most money made in a single day by a Hindi movie as well as the record for the most money made on the opening day of a Hindi movie by earning more than Rs 60 crore. The fact that it was released on Janamashtmi undoubtedly boosted sales, and it is anticipated that those numbers will continue to soar over the course of the weekend. In January of this year, the film Pathaan earned Rs. 57 crore on its first day of release, which was enough to break the previous record. However, it made Rs 70 crore on day two and ultimately finished its run with Rs 543 crore, setting a record that Gadar 2, which is currently at around Rs 510 crore, may soon be able to surpass.

According to Sacnilk, the opening day occupancy rate for Jawan movie in India was 58%, with morning shows reporting a 54% occupancy rate and night shows delivering a 69% occupancy rate. These are the ratings for the Hindi version, which is also being broadcast in a number of the states in South India. A number of people, including Nayanthara, Vijay Sethupathi, director Atlee, and others, collaborated on Jawan Shah Rukh’s first release in theaters across the country.

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In reality, no other city in the entire country could compete with Chennai’s occupancy rate of 81%; it was the highest of any city in the country. It was reported that the daily occupancy rate in Mumbai was 55%, while the NCR region had a rate that was just slightly higher at 60%. Both Hyderabad and Kolkata had occupancy rates that were above 70%, with 75% in Hyderabad and 73% in Kolkata.

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