Jawan Box Office Collection Day 41: the Bollywood movie Jawan directed by Atlee and starring Shah Rukh Khan is still making waves at the box office.
Director Atlee, who has previously worked with Shah Rukh Khan, has created a sensation with this film. But this weekend, it’s time for Vijay to take over the box office with the release of Leo.
Initially, the expectations for Jawan were modest, but it has continuously surpassed those expectations since its release. At first, it was reported that the film earned Rs 60 lakh on day 40 in India.
However, industry tracker Sacnilk has now revised this figure to Rs 77 lakh. On day 41, it’s estimated that Jawan made a similar amount.
With this, the total domestic earnings of the film have reached Rs 637 crore, leaving just a Rs 5 crore gap between itself and the second-highest-grossing Bollywood movie of all time, Shah Rukh Khan’s Pathaan.
Jawan has set numerous box office records, including the highest opening day, weekend, and week earnings for a Hindi movie.
It also became the first Hindi film to cross the Rs 600 crore mark in India, achieving milestones of Rs 100 crore, Rs 200 crore, Rs 300 crore, Rs 400 crore, and Rs 500 crore faster than any other movie, except for Dangal, which had a significant collection in China.
However, Dangal remains the top-grossing Indian and Bollywood film worldwide due to its success in China. Jawan is now approaching the Rs 1,140 crore mark globally, putting it ahead of Pathaan by around Rs 90 crore but still behind KGF: Chapter 2 by about Rs 75 crore.
The film has secured the fifth spot in the list of the highest-grossing Indian films of all time, trailing KGF 2, RRR, Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, and Dangal.
Despite facing various challenges, Jawan has held its ground, but it seems the time has come for it to step aside and make way for the next big Bollywood hit. This week, Ganapath and Leo are expected to dominate their respective regions at the box office.
Jawan, along with Pathaan and Gadar 2, has played a significant role in bringing audiences back to theaters after the pandemic, leaving a lasting mark in cinematic history.