Bharat Box Office: Bharat has been enjoying a glorious run at the box office ever since its opening day which raked in massive collections of 42.30 crores. Starring Salman Khan & Katrina Kaif in lead, the movie has completed its 5-day extended weekend and is breaking records like a boss. After becoming Salman’s highest ever opener, the movie has now surpassed the lifetime collections of Ranveer Singh’s Gully Boy.
Gully Boy, which also starred Siddhant Chaturvedi & Alia Bhatt, released in February and went onto garner the verdict of Super hit for itself with collections of 139.38 crores in its lifetime. Now, Bharat in its first weekend has garnered whopping numbers of 150.10 crores. Not only that, there’s Kesari (153 crores) on the list which the movie will surpass today too! Isn’t that huge? Way to go for Salman and team!
Superstar Salman Khan’s box office success story has continued with “Bharat“, which surpassed the 100 crore mark at the Indian box office on the fourth day of release itself, making it the actor’s 14th back-to-back film in the Rs 100 crore club..
Atul Agnihotri, one of the co-producers, tweeted: “The biggest family film of the year ‘Bharat’ gets more love and appreciation at the box office. Fourth day collection: Rs 26.70 crore. Total collection: Rs 122.20 crore.”
|Rank||India Nett (Cr)|
|1. Uri - The Surgical Strike||244.06|
|3. Total Dhamaal||154.30|
|5. Gully Boy||137.61|
|6. De De Pyaar De||102.40*|
|7. Manikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi||94.92|
|8. Luka Chuppi||94.15|
According to the official Twitter page of the film, which has Salman in six different looks — from a young circus champion to a 60-year-old man — “strong word of mouth” is helping in attracting more family audience to theatres.
While the film’s leading lady Katrina Kaif also thanked fans for making it a success, Salman Khan has already penned a note to his fans for thronging theatres on the film’s Day 1, giving him his biggest opening ever.
“Big thank you to all for giving me my career’s biggest opening ever,” Salman had tweeted a day after the film released on the occasion of Eid.