Pathaan box office collection day 1 predictions Reports estimate 45 to 50 crore opening

Shah Rukh Khan’s film Pathan is now in theatres. The film was released on 8 thousand screens worldwide on Wednesday. In India alone, this film has been released on 5500 screens. After seeing the enthusiasm of the first day first show, the exhibitors decided to increase it to 300 more shows. Now everyone wants to know how much Pathan has earned on the first day. We don’t have an exact figure for this right now. However, there is some information, on the basis of which it can be estimated that how much Pathan might have collected on the first day.

Talking to E-Times, producer and trade analyst Girish Johar said that Pathan Film has witnessed a bumper opening, which is the second best opening ever in Bollywood. One thing to keep in mind here is that Pathan Released on Wednesday, which is a week day. That is, most of the people are busy in office and work on this day, they are not able to go to the theatre.

On the other hand, it has been told in another report that ‘Pathan’ sold about 5 lakh 56 thousand tickets on the first day. This is just less than 6 lakh 50 thousand tickets of Bahubali 2. According to media reports, the film got 65 to 75 percent occupancy on the first day in India. It should be called excellent, because the film is released on a week day.

According to media reports, tremendous craze is visible among the fans for this film. Shahrukh Khan’s fans are breaking into theaters in their own style. It has already been told in a report of BoxofficeIndia that the film has done an advance sale of Rs 50 crore. It is being speculated in media reports that Shahrukh Khan’s Pathan can earn between Rs 45 to 50 crores on the first day.

If reports are to be believed, the film had made a huge profit even before its release. The online rights of the film Pathan were sold. According to reports, the digital rights of Pathan have been sold for a total of Rs 100 crore and it will be released on the OTT platform. amazon prime has bought

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