Aamir's 'Dangal' lost to Shahrukh's 'Pathan'


Aamir's 'Dangal' lost to Shahrukh's 'Pathan'

The 'Pathan' storm is going on around the world. The box office around the world is in turmoil. The storm does not want to stop. King Khan's 'Pathan' is registering new records at the box office every day. On the 11th day of its release, 'Pathan' broke the mark of 400 crores at the Indian box office. It beat Aamir Khan's 'Dangal' at the box office.

Pathan's collection in the Indian market on Saturday was Tk 22.5 crore. The total income is 387 crores. And the Tamil-Telugu language revenue of this film is 401.4 crores.

Trade analyst Taran Adarsh wrote, “Shipments are progressing quite well. The film crossed the 400 crore mark on the second Saturday after its release. Dangal lost. Pathan's next target is KGF-2.

Meanwhile, reports say that the collection of 'Pathan' from West Bengal is 18.68 crores. Yes, only four films (Paglu, Amazon Abhiyan, Chander Pahar and Prajapati) have crossed the 10 crore mark till date in the history of Bengali films, but Shah Rukh-Salman movies are packed with crowds in West Bengal. The collection of 'Pathan' proved it again.

But the way Pathan is progressing, it seems that this film will overtake KGF-2 in the next five days. Later Pathan's challenge will be Baahubali-2. Which did a business of Rs 511 crore in Hindi alone.

This film has already crossed the 700 crore mark at the world box office in this game of breaking records. After 10 days of release, the total gross collection of this film at the global box office is 725 crores.

The last time Shahrukh's biggest hit was 'Chennai Express' released in 2013. After that, no other film of King Khan could make such an impact at the box office. After the collapse of 'Zero' in 2018, Badsha once again showed, "This is how you can come back". However, in 2022, no Bollywood film could make such an impact at the box office. Everyone from Aamir to Akshay has failed in the post-Covid era.

Talking about his success, Shah Rukh said, 'We are really thankful to the audience and the media, for giving so much support to Pathan. A lot of things could have happened that could have curtailed the joyous release of this film…. But the love that has come from all sides has brought us this success. The less we give thanks for it, the less it will be. On behalf of all my colleagues, I thank the audience. Thanks for bringing life back to cinema.'

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