Shah Rukh Khan-starrer 'Pathaan' has collected 634 crore rupee gross worldwide in just seven days, making another record as the highest first week collection of Hindi cinema.
With its box office day seven collection, 'Pathaan' not only became the fastest Hindi film to cross the 300 crore rupee mark after Baahubali 2's Hindi version, it now also holds the record for the highest ever first week collection of Hindi cinema, reports Hindustan Times.
'Pathaan', which stars Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, John Abraham, Ashutosh Rana and Dimple Kapadia, grossed 634 crore rupee worldwide in just seven days. Directed by Siddharth Anand, 'Pathaan' was released on January 25.
On Wednesday, trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted that 'Pathaan' had registered the highest ever week one box office collection of Hindi cinema, grossing 634 crore rupee worldwide, of which it grossed 395 crore rupee in India alone. The film has earned 239 crore rupee gross in the overseas market. His tweet read, "Pathaan 634 crore rupee worldwide gross in seven days..."
'Pathaan' was released on January 25 amid boycott calls and protests against the film's cast and crew. Speaking at a recent media event, his first after the success of Pathaan, Shah Rukh had thanked the audience for supporting the film.