Bollywood King Shah Rukh Khan’s film ‘Pathan’ is creating a buzz not only in the country but also abroad. Let us tell you that the film has reached number two at the UK box office with an earning of 19 lakh GBP in just 5 days.
Mumbai: While Jammer Cameron’s ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ continues to rule the box office in the UK in its seventh week, Shah Rukh Khan’s film ‘Pathan’ is not far behind. SRK’s film is breaking records at the UK box office. Disney’s ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ has topped the UK charts for the seventh consecutive weekend with 2.1 million GBP (British pound), reports Variety (US-based media house), comScore has released new data. is on top. Avatar-2 has done a total business of 70.6 million GBP in the UK. While ‘Pathan’ is at number two in Britain with an earning of 19 lakh GBP in just 5 days.
According to media reports, Shah Rukh Khan’s film ‘Pathan’ was released in 223 cities in the UK. The film has done great business in the UK so far. According to Variety, the film has done a business of 1.4 million GBP this weekend (Friday-Sunday). The film has collected GBP 1.9 million on last Wednesday and Thursday combined. If we talk about the opening day, then ‘Pathan’ created history on the very first day in Britain. The film did a business of 3,19,000 GBP on its very first day, which proved to be the biggest opening day ever for an Indian title. Earlier no film had crossed the 3,00,000 GBP mark in a single day. After that ‘Pathan’ broke its own record by earning 3,45,000 GBP on Friday and 5,56,000 GBP on Saturday. Now Pathan has become the highest grossing film for an Indian title in UK in a single day.
According to Variety’s report, before ‘Pathan’, the first day record at the UK box office for an Indian film was held by Salman Khan’s Hindi film ‘Sultan’ (2016), which earned 2,71,000 GBP.
‘Pathan’ has created history by becoming the second Indian film to open at the second position in the UK after the South Indian film ‘RRR’. Let us tell you that in 2022, ‘RRR’ earned 6,50,204 GBP at the UK box office on the first day. ‘RRR’ managed to earn a total of 9,74,990 GBP in the UK. Apart from this, ‘Pathan’ has also beaten the South Indian film ‘Ponniyin Selvan: I’, which earned 7,45,386 GBP (in the opening weekend) to become the highest-grossing Indian film in the UK after the Corona epidemic. The film earned a total of 1.2 million GBP. Yash Raj’s ‘Dhoom 3’, which grossed a total of 2.7 million GBP at the UK box office in 2013, is the highest-grossing Indian film of all time.