Los Angeles, January 31 - Shah Rukh Khan's "Pathaan" is on the roll at the box office, and now breached a rare and major milestone in Saudi Arabia.
Siddharth Anand's directorial film has crossed the $1 million mark in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) and becomes the first ever Indian film to reach the mark. The spy action thriller has so far grossed approx. $1.20 million in KSA in 5 days.
Meanwhile, the blockbuster movie has crossed the $10 million mark in North America, becoming only the 6th Indian movie to achieve the feat. After grossing the biggest opening weekend and the second biggest for an Indian movie with $9.5 million, "Pathaan" scored another approx. $560K on Monday for approx. $10.06 million in 6 days.
Also starring John Abraham and Deepika Padukone, "Pathaan" will become the 3rd biggest Indian movie in the second weekend by beating the likes of "Dangal" ($12.39M) and "Padmaavat" ($12.17M). It also has a shot at beating "RRR" ($14.85M) for the second spot. "Baahubali 2" is currently the biggest Indian movie in North America with $20.20 million and "Pathaan" will definitely eye to beat that.