Mumbai, January 30 - Yash Raj Films' biggest film has delivered at the right time for it as spy action thriller "Pathaan" concludes its extended 5-day weekend on a historic note.
The Shah Rukh Khan-fronted film has been in full flow since its release on January 25, Wednesday, and is breaking records. After the biggest-ever opening for a Hindi film, "Pathaan" pilled on the momentum to end the 5-day weekend to approx. 335 crores gross at the domestic box office, which is the biggest ever 5-day count for a Hindi film.
The overseas box office collection of "Pathaan" matched the magic of the domestic collection as it scored 207 crores internationally in 5 days, already becoming the number 1 Bollywood movie of all time in many markets. The overseas numbers of the film help the total worldwide collection to reach approx. 542 crores gross in 5 days.
The total worldwide collection of "Pathaan" after 5 days is almost double what the trade had initially predicted. The mood of the Indian box office is hard to predict and "Pathaan" is the latest example of it though it was expected to perform exceptionally well at the domestic as well as overseas box office.
Also starring John Abraham and Deepika Padukone, "Pathaan" could add another 100-150 crores worldwide on weekdays to finish the first 9-day week to around 700 crores gross, which will lead it to the 9th biggest Indian gross of all time. "Pathaan" is currently the 15th highest-grossing Indian film worldwide and might finish its full run to over 900 crores to become the 5th biggest Indian film.