Pathan released exhibitors increase 300 more shows now Shah Rukh Khan film on 8000 screens worldwide

Shah Rukh Khan’s film Pathan has been released. The wait of the fans which has been going on for many days is over now. Shahrukh Khan’s fans in the country and across the world are flocking to the theaters to watch the film of their star. Pathan has already created many records before its release. In terms of advance booking, this film has left behind all the big films of the year 2022. The craze of First Day First Show is something that has forced the exhibitors of this film to take a big decision. You should also know this information about Pathan.

Film trade analyst Taran Adarsh ​​has shared an information in his latest tweet. they told that Pathan Film Shows have been increased. This is bound to happen because it is being told in all the media reports that the crowd of people is breaking in theaters to watch this film.

In his tweet, Taran Adarsh ​​wrote, Unprecedented: ‘Pathan’ shows increase, screen count all-time highest (Hindi)… 300 shows extended by exhibitors right after first show. Taran has told in his tweet that Pathan has become the biggest Hindi film in terms of screen count. After the first show, the exhibitors have decided to increase to 300 shows. He also told that Pathan now has 8000 screens across the world. These include 5,500 screens in India and 2,500 screens overseas.

Earlier, Taran had also told in his tweet that this film is releasing in more than 100 countries. This is the biggest figure for any Indian film in terms of screen count. Earlier, the Indian Box Office had told in a tweet on Monday that Shah Rukh Khan’s Pathan has become the most advance booking Bollywood film. Pathaan has collected a record Rs 30 crore in total till Sunday night. In another tweet, the Indian Box Office also shared the information that Pathan has taken advance bookings of Rs 20 crores in India for the first day.



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