Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone and John Abraham’s Pathaan continues to do exceptionally well even in its third weekend. As expected, the film is getting a huge boost during the third weekend, keeping it alive in the race of 1000 crore club. Let’s see how much collection the film has made till now at the worldwide box office.
Released on 25th January, the Siddharth Anand directorial is rewriting box office history for the Hindi cinema and the pace hasn’t slowed down yet. While the 900 crore club has already been inaugurated, the film moving further very quickly and in a meantime, it has gone past the mammoth collections of Secret Superstar and Bajrangi Bhaijaan globally.
Pathaan worldwide collection till now
Shah Rukh Khan’s comeback film has completed 18 days in theatres. As per the official update, the collection for 17 days is in. As per it, the action entertainer stands at a gigantic total of 901 crores gross at the worldwide box office including 558 crores gross from India (464.80 crores nett) and 343 crores from overseas.
Now, as per early estimates, Pathaan jumped enormously on its third Saturday and has earned 11.25 crores nett in India. In gross, it equals to 14 crores. In overseas, it has earned 9 crores gross, taking the worldwide collection to a colossal 924 crores gross in 18 days.
Pathaan beats Secret Superstar & Bajrangi Bhaijaan
With a collection of 924 crores, Pathaan has surpassed the worldwide lifetime of Secret Superstar (903 crores) and Bajrangi Bhaijaan (918 crores) to become the 2nd highest-grossing Bollywood film globally below Dangal. However, speaking about all languages, the film is now the 5th highest-grossing Indian film ever in history at the worldwide box office.
Dangal (1970 crores), Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (1789 crores), KGF Chapter 2 (1217 crores) and RRR (1137 crores) stand at 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th positions respectively.
Pathaan will be entering the 1000 crore club for sure and will end up its run at the same position i.e. 5th.
(note: worldwide collection is in gross and includes revenue from China release too)