After 12 days after its debut, the Atlee movie has earned 493.63 crore at the domestic box office in India.
Box office revenue for Jawan: At the box office, the Shah Rukh Khan and Nayanthara movie Atlee has been doing incredibly well. According to preliminary estimates published by Sacnilk.com, the movie reportedly made 16 crore rupees on its second Monday. This sum includes 14 crore from the Hindi television programmes. After 12 days of being in theatres, the movie has a current gross of 493.63 crore. On Tuesday, it is anticipated to join the 500 crore club at the domestic box office.
According to the website, Jawan had a Monday Hindi show occupancy rate of about 23%. There is a 27.6 % occupancy rate for the Tamil version and a 36.4 % occupancy rate for Telugu shows.
The Hindi version of the movie has made 430 crore in 11 days, according to its official Instagram page, which posted this information on Monday. Jawan becomes “The Fastest Indian Film to Cross Over 400 crore in Just 11 Days” as a result. The announcement poster was released with the caption: “Warning: Vikram Rathore at the Box Office kills much like smoking does! Book your tickets right away! Watch #Jawan in theatres – in Telugu, Tamil, and Hindi.
Jawan is the quickest Indian film to hit the milestone of 858 crore gross at the international box office. Film industry professionals had previously predicted that Jawan’s global box office would surpass $1 billion.
Details about Jawan
The director of Jawan, Atlee, has stated that he is now considering the Oscars and would consult Shah Rukh Khan before moving forward. The movie premiered on September 7 and has since taken over theatres both in India and abroad. Among the other actors who appear in it are Deepika Padukone, Vijay Sethupathi, Priyamani, Sanya Malhotra, Sunil Grover, and Eijaz Khan.
In an interview with ANI, Atlee disclosed that Shah Rukh Khan approached him about making a movie for him. “I was busy filming for Bigil when I unexpectedly received a call from Shah Rukh sir’s office,” Atee told ANI. I took a plane to Mumbai to meet Khan Sir. I will remember that moment forever. He said, “I want to work with you,” with humility. Hearing this startled me. I responded, “Sir, it’s a great honour for me but I’ve only been in four films.” You can make it, just make an Atlee movie for me, he continued. I would like to participate in your world. I returned to Chennai and spent eight months working on the script before we produced Jawan.