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Jawan 1st Day Box Office: Shah Rukh Khan Sets a New Bollywood Opening Record, Surpassing Pathaan & others

Shah Rukh Khan is the real king of Bollywood, and his latest film, Jawan, has proven that once again. The film has set a new record for the biggest Bollywood/Hindi opener, with a box office collection of ₹75 crore on its first day. The film’s success is due to a number of factors, including the star power of Shah Rukh Khan, the fresh pairing of SRK with Nayanthara, the direction of Tamil filmmaker Atlee, and the supporting cast of Vijay Sethupathi and Deepika Padukone.

Jawan is an action thriller that follows the story of a mysterious man who is on a mission to avenge the death of his loved ones. The film has been praised for its high-octane action sequences, stylish visuals, and emotional story. The film’s success is a major boost for the Indian film industry, which has been struggling in recent years. Jawan’s record-breaking opening is a sign that audiences are still hungry for big-budget Bollywood films.

“As the late-night screenings witness a good occupancy report, Jawan’s opening day has started pouring in. After an incredible advance booking frenzy, SRK’s ‘Paisa Vasool’ spectacle is soaring on the wings of positive buzz, which in turn helped the film in delivering extraordinary results. The film’s Hindi version alone concluded with a whopping 64 crores net collection, a staggering achievement that comfortably surpasses the previous Hindi record holder, Pathaan, which opened at 55 crores, by a substantial margin. 

And if we add it to the other versions – Tamil and Telugu, it managed to collect 75 Cr on its first day.  Needless to say that this is the biggest opening day for a Shah Rukh Khan film, and it has also surpassed the opening day collection of Pathaan, and forget about others, Jawan would remain on the top for 2023 and perhaps even for this decade, which time will tell. Stay tuned to know more about the film and others only with us.

Ziya Khan


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