Filmmaker Atlee’s latest film Jawan has been earning very well at the domestic as well as global box office. As per film trade analyst Manobala Vijayabalan on Monday, Jawan has entered the ₹800 crore club at the worldwide box office. Jawan stars Shah Rukh Khan, Nayanthara and Vijay Sethupathi in the lead roles.
Taking to X, previously known as Twitter, Manobala wrote, “Jawan enters the elite ₹800 cr club at the WW Box Office. The film has sold 1390142 tickets from tracked shows alone in India on the 11th day. ||#ShahRukhKhan| #Nayanthara| #Jawan| #Atlee| #Jawan2|| Hindi shows – 13317, gross – ₹ 35.18 cr, per show collection – ₹ 26,417.”
He also added, “Telugu-Shows – 682, Gross – ₹ 0.85 cr, Per Show Collection – ₹ 12,463. Tamil Shows – 461, Gross – ₹ 0.81 cr, Per Show Collection – ₹ 17,570, Total – ₹ 36.84 cr. National Multiplex Chains–PVR – 2,22,026 – ₹ 10.11 cr, INOX – 1,78,793 – ₹ 7.66 cr, Cinepolis – 82,909 – ₹ 3.85 cr.”
Jawan box office collection in India till day 10
In India, according to Sacnilk.com, Jawan earned ₹90 crore gross on day one of its release, ₹64 crore gross on day two, ₹93.5 crore gross on day three, ₹96.3 crore gross on day four, ₹40 crore gross on day five, ₹31.2 crore gross on day six, ₹28 crore gross on day seven, ₹25.9 crore gross on day eight and ₹23 crore gross on day nine. Jawan minted ₹31.50 crore nett in India on day ten (second Saturday), as per early estimates.
Jawan is a high-octane action thriller that outlines “the emotional journey of a man who is set to rectify the wrongs in the society”. Starring Shah Rukh in the dual role of Vikram Rathore and his son Azad, the movie addresses social and political issues through its protagonist. It also stars Deepika Padukone and Sanjay Dutt in special appearances.
Jawan also features Sanya Malhotra, Priyamani, Girija Oak, Sanjeeta Bhattacharya, Lehar Khan, Aaliyah Qureshi, Ridhi Dogra, Sunil Grover and Mukesh Chhabra in key roles. A Red Chillies Entertainment presentation, Jawan is produced by Gauri Khan and co-produced by Gaurav Verma.
Source: Hindustan Times