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Pathaan’s third Friday box office results: The movie grossed more than 900 million dollars worldwide.

On its seventeenth day, Pathaan, starring Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, and John Abraham, continued to put in a rock-solid effort at the box office, bringing in roughly Rs. 5.25 crore nett in Hindi. The movie is still doing well at the box office, even with fewer screenings.

The Saturday gains are also impressive, and if all goes as planned, we might possibly see a third Sunday with double-digit numbers, which could also be the last time the movie registers a double-digit total. Tuesday’s Valentine’s Day could aid in the film’s steady performance in the week leading up to the release of eagerly anticipated films like Shehzada and Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.

Pathaan has been trending in theatres since the outbreak, just as any other big-budget film would. In its third week, it is anticipated to earn more than Rs. 30 crore nett, which would ensure that the movie joins the Rs. 500 crore nett club. The film will outperform that number both in Hindi and in all other languages. Watching to see if the film surpasses Baahubali will be interesting. Whether or not The Conclusion surpasses all previous Hindi-language box office records

Pathaan’s nett box office receipts on Day 1 were Rs 55 crore.

Day 2: 68 crore rupees

3rd day: Rs. 38 cr.

Day 4: Rs. 51.50 billion

Day 5: 58.50 crore rupees

Day 6: 25.50 crores

Day 7: 21.50 crores

Day 8: Rs. 17.50 billion

Total: net 446 billion rupees (net all versions: Rs. 462.30 crore)

Pathaan had an extremely long and uninterrupted run at the box office. For the previous 17 days, the film has occupied the top spot at the Indian box office, and it will do so for at least another day—the 23rd—before either Antman and the Wasp, Quantumania, or Shehzada overtake it the following week.

The movie now has a cume of Rs 446 crore in India for its Hindi version, but it has already reached Rs 460 crore globally. Over 900 crores of rupees have been made worldwide by the film.

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