Bollywood: 'Pathan' beats 'KGF2' in ticket sales, Shahrukh Khan's style will be seen on 7700 screens worldwide...


The moment Shahrukh Khan's fans were waiting for since the beginning of the year 2023 arrived. King Khan's film 'Pathan' will be released worldwide today. All kinds of controversies were associated with the film, but there is a craze among the audience regarding 'Pathan'. This can be gauged from the fact that the film has created a new record for ticket sales on the first day. The film has broken the record of 'KGF 2' and made it to second place.


An angle of patriotism will be seen in the film 'Pathan', which is being released on the occasion of Republic Day. Shahrukh's fan following is enough and its advantage is visible in the ticket sales of the film. There has been a special craze regarding the booking in metros. According to film analyst Taran Adarsh, the first-day ticket sales collection of 'Pathan' stood at Rs 5.56 lakh.

'Bahubali 2' tops
With the release of the poster and trailer of 'Pathan', the fans were excited about the film. In such a situation, there was a craze among the people to see the film on the first day itself. 'Pathan' is the second number in the top five movies of ticket sales on the first day in India. In the first position is 'Bahubali 2' with 6.50 lakhs. After this, there is 'Pathan' on the second and 'KGF 2' on the third. The ticket collection on the first day of KGF was 5.15. It is followed by 'War' with 4.10 lakhs and 'Toh' with 3.46 lakhs.


5200 screens in India
Talking about the screen count of 'Pathan', according to Taran Adarsh, the film will be screened on 5200 screens in India. This includes Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu screens. Talking about overseas, the film got 2500 screens. Accordingly, the screen count of 'Pathan' is 7700 across the country.

Let us tell you that the film 'Pathan' is the comeback movie of Shahrukh Khan. After a long gap, he is once again returning as the lead actor. Deepika Padukone and John Abraham are also in important roles in the film.

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