‘Pathan’ day 14 box-office collections worldwide; ‘Pathaan’ grosses Rs 850 crore

'Pathan' Day 8 Total Worldwide Box-Office Collection; Rs 600 Cr Crosses SRK Starrer

Sharukh Khan’s “Pathaan” worldwide collections saw a little dip on its second Monday at theatres, but the film has managed to cross Rs 850 crore worldwide and is now the 7th highest-grossing Indian movie of all time in just 13 days.

The film is inching towards the lifetime collection of the Hindi version of “KGF: Chapter 2” at the domestic box office.

On Day 13, its second Monday in theatres, Pathaan made ₹ 8.25 crore bringing its box office total up to ₹ 422.75 crores. The drop in revenue on Monday is because ticket prices have been reduced by Pathaan producers Yash Raj Films, Adarsh wrote on Twitter.

‘Pathaan’ public response

In 12 days, “Pathaan” has recorded Rs 317.20 crore gross in overseas territories while India’s gross stands at Rs 515 crore,” the studio said in a press note. Its worldwide total stood at Rs 832 crore gross reported Mid-day.com.

Meanwhile, film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh has tweeted that the film has raked in $14.30 million in USA and Canada, while UK and Ireland have seen $4.15 million in business. The film has earned $2.87 million in Australia.

“Pathaan is super-strong on (second) Monday (weekday rates), especially after collecting a humongous total till Weekend 2. Inches closer to KGF 2 Hindi lifetime business.

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(Week 2) Friday 13.50 crore, Saturday 22.50 crore, Sunday 27.50 crore, Monday 8.25 crore. Total ₹ 422.75 crores. Hindi India business,” tweeted Taran Adarsh. The Hindi dub of “KGF: Chapter 2” collected over ₹ 500 crores.

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