Sultan 24th / 25th Day Collection, Sultan 4th Friday / Saturday Box Office Report: Running through the oldies, setting up the new ones defines the run of Salman Khan Starrer “Sultan” at the Box Office. Sultan has been a great hit at the moment and has smashed in numerous records at the BO, being impeccable at once.
With the Biz booming in, the flick is all setting up to get the highest slot in the list of highest grosser of all times in Hindi worldwide. It is said that the flick has already occupied the number 3 slot in the stock, though confirmed stats are yet awaited.
Sultan 24th Day Collection
As of the top performer is Aamir’s PK, Salman’s Sultan is far behind, and so it would be difficult for the flick to beat number one. But it is evident that the movie has shattered the record of Dhoom 3.
Well, this venture of Salman and Anushka has made a dream run till now. In its 22 day run at the BO, it has pockets Rs 292.75 crore at the Indian market. Now as the weekend is near the corner, the movie is expected to get the gradual push.
As of Friday, 24th day post its release, the flick is expected to make Rs 1.10 crore* at the domestic BO. As of being at number 3, the flick will eventually eye for the slot of number two, occupied by Bajrangi Bhaijaan.
This Ali Abbas Zafar directorial is now faring into its fourth week. It secures the fourth position in the Global gross earnings of Hindi movies worldwide. The pace with figures flowing in is expected to rise.
Apparently, on one end Sultan has made a successful run at the Box Office, many other have failed to do so. The release of Great Grand Masti was totally of flop show, before its release 10 days before its official release. Also, the word of mouth that spread was not good and so the flick doomed at the end of the day.
Another one is Madaari. Though the promotions made were high enough, yet the response it got was not satisfying. This one has not been the dud, minting some money at BO. Great Grand Masti will soon see the end of a lifetime, whereas Madaari still has some time ahead.
Still, the release had no significant effect on the occupancy for “Sultan”, thus being the star performer. The sports drama directorial got an excellent response in the northern circuits when compared to the rest of the India.
Though the release of Kabali was considered to be fatal for the movie, the influence was none. Kabali had its audience focused mainly in the south. The film centricity lies in the north and mid-India region, where the flick is still running on the screens.