Pathaan has continued its dream run and crossed Rs 800 crore gross mark at the worldwide box office in 12 days. The makers of the film have reduced its ticket rates to increase the footfall in its second week.
Having stormed the box office in the first week, Pathaan witnessed over 50% drop in its business on its second Friday, when compared to its opening day collection. But the film went on to show significant growth on Saturday and Sunday. The film has raked in Rs 63.50 crore net from its Hindi version at the Indian box office in its second weekend, taking its 12-day total to Rs 414.50 crore net.
Taran Adarsh tweeted, “#Pathaan is 400 NOT OUT… Remains an UNSTOPPABLE FORCE, packs a MASSIVE ₹ 63.50 cr in Weekend 2 [#Hindi]… EXCELLENT jump on [second] Sat and Sun adds power to the BIG TOTAL… [Week 2] Fri 13.50 cr, Sat 22.50 cr, Sun 27.50 cr. Total: ₹ 414.50 cr. #Hindi. #India biz.”
The Shah Rukh Khan starrer has minted Rs 2.25 crore net from its Telugu and Tamil versions in its second weekend, taking its total to Rs 15.40 crore net. The Bollywood trade analyst added, “#Pathaan #Tamil + #Telugu [Week 2]: Fri 50 lacs, Sat 75 lacs, Sun 1 cr. Total: ₹ 15.40 cr. ⭐️ NOTE: #Pathaan #Hindi + #Tamil + #Telugu *combined* biz: ₹ 429.90 cr. #India biz. Nett BOC.”
Pathaan has collected Rs 524.15 crore gross at the Indian box office and Rs 319.92 crore gross at the overseas box office in 12 days. Its worldwide total collection stands Rs 844.07 crore gross. Considering its current pace, the film film is expected surpass Rs 1000 crore gross mark at the global box office by the end of its third week.
Taran Adarsh tweeted, “‘PATHAAN’ CREATES HISTORY OVERSEAS: CROSSES ₹ 300 CR MARK… #Pathaan – #Overseas – Total after *Weekend 2*… ⭐️ #USA + #Canada: $ 14.30 mn ⭐️ #UAE + #GCC: $ 11.41 mn ⭐️ #UK + #Ireland: $ 4.15 mn ⭐️ #Australia: $ 2.87 mn ⭐️ ROW: $ 5.95 mn⭐️ Total: $ 38.68 mn [₹ 319.92 cr]”
The makers of Pathaan reduced its ticket rates to increase its footfalls in the national chains. As a result, the occupancy on Monday was almost equal to Friday. Taran wrote, “‘PATHAAN’: YRF DROPS TICKET RATES AT NATIONAL CHAINS… #YRF has decided to reduce ticket rates at national chains to make cinema-going experience more affordable in *Week 2* [weekdays]… Resultantly, the admits on Monday [weekday rates] are similar to Friday[weekend rates]
…” The trade analyst added, “#PVR admits… Fri: 99,120 Mon: 92,922 #INOX admits… Fri: 83,461 Mon: 81,850 #Cinepolis admits… Fri: 44,009 Mon: 38,196.”