In the world of cinema, where success stories are written in box office figures, Shah Rukh Khan's 'Jawan' is penning history. Director Atlee's magnum opus, featuring the iconic Shah Rukh Khan, Nayanthara, and Vijay Sethupathi, is proving to be an unstoppable force at the box office, both domestically and worldwide. As the film enters its seventh day of release, 'Jawan' is basking in the glory of record-breaking collections. With the current figures, the the total business of 'Jawan' in India, currently stands at Rs 366.08, while the global gross total has surpassed the remarkable milestone of Rs 600 crore.
What makes this achievement even more remarkable is that 'Jawan' has scripted history by becoming the highest-grossing Hindi film in its first week, an unprecedented feat in the industry's annals.
On the seventh day of its cinematic journey, the film continued its triumphant march by adding another Rs 23 crore nett to its already impressive India collection, as reported by industry tracker Sacnilk. According to Red Chillies Entertainment, the film has amassed a monumental Rs 660.03 crore worldwide.
As it concludes its extended first week in cinemas, it is poised to soar past the Rs 700 crore gross mark on the global stage, a testament to its universal appeal and magnetic pull on viewers.
The film made an explosive debut on Janmashtami, reeling in Rs 75 crore nett in India on its very first day. It reached its zenith on the third day, raking in an astonishing Rs 80 crore across the nation. 'Jawan' achieved another remarkable milestone by crossing the Rs 100 crore global mark within its first three days of release.
Even as the week progressed, the film refused to slow down, showcasing its resilience at the box office. It pocketed Rs 32 crore in India on Monday and another Rs 26 crore on Tuesday. Directed by Atlee, renowned for his collaborations with Tamil superstar Vijay, Jawan' is more than just a film; it's a cinematic phenomenon that has captured the hearts of audiences across languages and borders.