Super 30 is in no mood of stopping as the film is continuing to enjoy its fab run at the Box Office. The Hrithik Roshan starrer film remained super steady on 5th Monday and actually earned more compared to 5th Friday.
The film earned 0.92 crore on its 32nd day as their was the partial holiday benefit of Eid and took the total business to 145.65 crores. With this feat, the film has crossed the lifetime business of Thugs Of Hindostan which earned 145.29 crores at the Box Office last year.
Super 30 is now 30th Highest Bollywood Grosser of All Time and is behind films like Dilwale (148 crores), Tanu Weds Manu Returns (152 crores) & Kesari (153 crores).
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Hrithik Roshan will be next seen in upcoming action extravaganza titled War along with Tiger Shroff and Vaani Kapoor. Produced by YRF, the film is likely to be the biggest Bollywood release so far as it will reportedly release in around 5000 screens on Gandhi Jayanti.
Interestingly, the chasing and hunting scenes in War have been shot in seven different countries, said the film’s director Siddharth Anand.
“‘War‘ is one of the most visually stunning films of our times and we have shot Hrithik and Tiger chasing and hunting against each other in seven different countries. We had to travel to Australia to shoot one of the key moments in the film,” Anand said in a statement.
One of chasing sequence is shot in the famous Bondi Beach in Australia for a crucial shooting schedule.
“Australia is one of the most beautiful countries in the world and Bondi Beach is the most picturesque beach that I have ever come across in my life. Since the scene needed to be visually striking, we locked on Bondi Beach for the film. The scene is a big moment in the film and we won’t be able to disclose much about it currently,” he added.