Sultan 21st / 22nd Day Collection 3rd Tuesday / Week / 4th Wednesday Box Office Report: Crossed Rs 150 cr mark at International market

Sultan 21st / 22nd Day Collection, Sultan 3rd Tuesday / Week / 4th Wednesday Box Office Total 21 Days Report and Occupancy: “Sultan” after having a slow week, picked up some pace on Saturday and Sunday again. The biz almost increases by 50% on Sunday, when compared to previous day. Not only this, at the overseas market also, flick did some good Biz at the international markets.

Check: Kabali Box Office Collection.

Coming to the Indian domain, on Sat earnings were Rs 3.81 crore which jumped on to Rs 5.14 crore on Sunday. Thus total accounted for Rs 289.05 crore. Now as the weekdays start for week 3, the gradual drop will be seen.  

Seeing the pace, the flick would have made around Rs 2-3 crore* on Monday. The figures would remain around Rs 2 crore* for Tuesday itself, that is the 21st day after its release at the domestic Box Office.

Sultan 21st Day Collection
Sultan 21st Day Collection / Sultan Total 21 / 22 Days Collection Report and Occupancy

This weekend was good for Sultan at the International markets also.  After its third weekend, the movie has crossed Rs 150 crore in the overseas Biz -$ 22.57 million exact figures as confirmed by trade analyst Taran Adarsh.

Sultan 21st Day Collection

“Sultan crosses ₹ 150 cr in international markets… OVERSEAS – after Weekend 3: $ 22.57 million [₹ 151.92 cr]… FANTASTIC!” – tweeted Taran.

With the money still flowing in, it simply points to the fact that the flick still has a long lifetime ahead. Later, it has been said that the “Sultan” will be released in Phases in International Markets. It will be released in Phase II and Phase III in due course of time, similar to Dhoom 3.

After the third weekend, a brief outline of overseas key markets as provided by Taran Adarsh

“Sultan – OVERSEAS [key markets] – after Weekend 3:

USA-CANADA: $ 5.902 mn

UAE-GCC: $ 8.135 mn

UK-IRELAND: $ 2.168 mn

PAKISTAN: $ 2.94 mn”.

With the release, it will add to the current running figures more significantly. With the release, the flick will close faster to overtake “Baahubali: The Beginning”, at the Highest World-wide grosses in Hindi. If so “Sultan” will slide into third place which will be a huge achievement for the flick.

Sultan Overseas/Worldwide Collection
Sultan Overseas/Worldwide Collection

With the Rajinikanth’s “Kabali” running around, it has no doubt effected a bit to the biz of Sultan. The effect of the release of Kabali was not as significant for Sultan as the targeted audience are different, yet they were a source of income.

Sultan, as a matter of fact, would have always dominated over “Kabali” in the northern circuits in India, whereas “Kabali” would have dominated in the southern domain. The difference is because of the variance that population has as we run from north to south.

Yet, Sultan lifetime till now has been wonderful. It has gardened some good money, whereas the leads Salman Khan and Anushkha Sharma have also been appreciated for beautiful performance in the flick.

Sultan still has some good time to spend, before its lifetime comes to an end at the Box Offices, pulling in more money, inching more closer to breaking some more records. It already has more than 10+ records named to it which will be tenacious to get through in near future.

Sultan 3rd Tuesday Collection
Sultan 3rd Tuesday Collection

Sultan 3rd Tuesday Box Office Collection – Rs. 1.25 Cr. (updated, domestic only)

Sultan 4th Wednesday Collection – Rs. 1.2 Cr*.

*early estimate

Stay tuned with TCD! for the exact box office collection figures.

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Amit Sharma
I'm an entertainment lover, traveler and loves to read and write on latest news and stories across the globe. I've 6 years of journalism experience and currently settled with The Courier Daily (TCD) as a full time journalist and content writer.


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