Pathaan, the protagonist of Shah Rukh Khan, has hit cinemas across the country. The craze for the movie is booming, with fans of the actors from all over the world queuing up to watch the movie. Even veteran Indian cricketer Dinesh Karthik took to Twitter and made clear his expectations for the film. The wicketkeeper batsman said in a tweet that he wants the film to be a Mega Blockbuster, bestowing all his well wishes on Shah Rukh Khan and others involved in the big budget film.
“PATHAAN……loading….I want/wish it to be a Megaaa blockbuster Good luck @iamsrk. You deserve all the success,” Karthik tweeted.
I want/wish it will be Megaaa blockbuster
Good luck @iamsrk
You deserve all the success #Pathan
— DK (@DineshKarthik) January 24, 2023
Days before its release, the film had caused a stir among fans, with a huge number of pre-bookings. According to a PTI report, industry experts had backed Shah Rukh Khan starrer “Pathan” to open somewhere between Rs 45 and 50 crore at the box office.
The Yash Raj Films project, which marks Shah Rukh’s return to leading male roles after 2018’s “Zero,” will hit theaters a day before Republic Day, giving the Hindi film an extended five-day opening weekend. days get.
Pre-bookings for “Pathaan” backed by Yash Raj Films opened on January 20. The film is reportedly set to release across 5,000 screens across India. It is the first Shah Rukh Khan film to be screened at 6 AM.
Trade expert Taran Adarsh said “Pathaan” will revitalize Bollywood and mark the start of a fantastic 2023 for the industry, which went through a lean period during covid and into 2022.
“The film is going to have a historic start at the box office with opening day collections of Rs 45 to Rs 50 cr. The box office revival starts with ‘Pathaan’ especially when looking at the pre-bookings which is very rare. It is a good start to 2023, despite being a business day,” Adarsh told PTI.
In Pathaan, Shah Rukh plays the role of a spy agent.
With PTI inputs
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