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Pathaan box office collection Day 10: Shah Rukh Khan’s film hits Rs 729 crore worldwide, massive jump expected over weekend

Pathaan box office collection Day 10: The Shah Rukh Khan-led film has collected almost Rs 375 crore in the domestic market. It will soon become the highest Bollywood earner ever.

Pathaan box office collection Day 10: The Shah Rukh Khan film is showing no signs of slowing down. (Photo: YRF)

The Shah Rukh Khan- starrer Pathaan, which marked his return to starring places after a gap of over four times, is ruling the ticket counters. It has been having a dream run at the box office since its release on January 25, and is also setting new marks for the Hindi film assiduity. The action asset- suspenser has formerly made Rs 729 crore mark worldwide and is now contending towards the Rs 500 crore mark in the domestic request. As per a social media post by YRF, the film has collected Rs 453 crore gross in the domestic request. The directors claim that they've collected Rs378.15 crore nett domestically.

Film trade critic Taran Adarsh participated, “#Pathaan races towards ₹ 400 cr mark Commences Week 2 on a SOLID NOTE Collects in double integers on( second) Fri( Day 10) Anticipate BIGGER JUMPS over the weekend Will cross#Dangal moment( Sat)( Week 2) Fri13.50 cr. Total ₹364.50 cr.#Hindi.#India biz. ” With this, Pathaan needs another Rs22.8 crore to catch Aamir Khan’s Dangal and come the loftiest Bollywood grosser of all time. Dangal’s continuance collection is Rs387.38 crore. Ahead of it are the Hindi performances of Baahubali 2( Rs510.99 cr) and KGF 2( Rs434.70 cr). A Box Office Worldwide report said that after 10 full days of release, the film has grossed Rs 725 crore encyclopedically

Pathaan is anticipated to catch both KGF 2 and Baahubali 2 ultimately. The film revitalised the theatrical request after a three- time pause, giving stopgap, especially to the Hindi film assiduity, which was being written off by numerous due to its repeated failures at the ticket counters. Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, whose film nearly Pyaar with DJ Mohabbat released this Friday and will be facing stiff competition from Pathaan, that the success of Pathaan feels sweet, and is a memorial that people will always step out for anticipated flicks.