Pathaan, starring Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, and John Abraham, received a resounding reception from the public upon its January 25 release. Yet even now, 38 days after its debut, it continues to draw audiences to the movies. Repeat viewers are also increasing as a result of several profitable deals made by the movie’s production team, such as cheaper ticket prices and the buy one, get one deal. According to the industry tracker, the movie made Rs. 1.20 crore on its sixth Friday in theaters (early estimates). The movie’s net box office receipts in India reached Rs 528.89 crore as a result.
The whole revenue for the film was disclosed by Yash Raj Pictures. Pathaan has made a total of Rs 1026 crore worldwide, of which Rs 640 crore came from India and Rs 386 crore from other countries.
In a post on social media, Shah Rukh’s wife, Gauri Khan, praised the movie’s box office performance and said, “Record-breaking streak, #Pathaan.”
The Hindi version of SS Rajamouli’s ‘Baahubali: The Conclusion,’ which earned Rs 510.99 crore, previously held the record for highest-grossing Hindi film, which was confirmed by the movie’s director Siddharth Anand on Friday. On Twitter, he stated, “Crossed the Lifetime Collections Of #Baahubali2 in Hindi. Happy Moment for Me… I’d like to thank everyone who supported the film once again. #Pathaan.”