‘Jawan’ box office collection Day 2: Shah Rukh Khan’s film is on fire

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Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Jawan’ finally hit theatres on September 7 and witnessed a huge opening on Day 1. The film is a blockbuster in all standards as ‘Jawan’ created history on its opening day. Day 2 early estimates suggest that ‘Jawan’ is flying both at the national and international box office and is expected to stir higher in the upcoming days.


‘Jawan’ is already touted to be a box office winner. On Day 1, ‘Jawan’ earned Rs 74.50 across all languages in India, according to trade reports. The film saw an overall occupancy of 58.67 per cent in the Hindi version on Thursday. Later, SRK’s manager Pooja Dadlani dropped the final worldwide figures of Day 1. The film went on to become the biggest opening day in the history of Hindi cinema by minting Rs 129.06 crore, right on the first day!

Day 2 early estimates suggest that ‘Jawan’ earned Rs 53 crore and witnessed an overall occupancy of 42.51% in the Hindi belt. The total India collection of the film till now is expected to stand at Rs 127.50 crore. Internationally, the film crossed Rs 200 crore, tweeted trade analyst Ramesh Bala. The confirmed figures are yet to arrive.

Watch the trailer of ‘Jawan’ here:


‘Jawan’ released worldwide in theatres on September 7, 2023, in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu. Directed by Atlee, it stars Shah Rukh Khan along with Vijay Sethupathi, Nayanthara, Sanya Malhotra and Priyamani. Deepika Padukone is seen in an extended cameo.

The film is touted to be a commercial entertainer and features SRK in a double role – an intelligence officer and a thief. The film was shot across Pune, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Rajasthan and Aurangabad. Anirudh Ravichander composed for the film, and made his debut as a solo composer in Bollywood.

Edited By:

Anindita Mukhopadhyay

Published On:

Sep 9, 2023


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