Shah Rukh Khan’s blockbuster film “Jawan” has achieved a remarkable milestone by becoming the highest net-grossing film ever in the national multiplex chains of PVR-INOX (combined). This incredible feat was officially announced by Kamal Gianchandani, CEO at PVR INOX, on Twitter. “Jawan” has surpassed the previous record held by “KGF: Chapter 2” and continues to dominate the box office.
A Historic Achievement
“Jawan,” the mega-blockbuster starring Shah Rukh Khan, has etched its name in the annals of Indian cinema history. The film has achieved the distinction of being the highest-grossing film ever in national multiplex chains PVR-INOX, with a net collection surpassing 215 crores. This milestone showcases the enduring appeal and popularity of the film among the audience.
Surpassing “KGF: Chapter 2”
The success of “Jawan” is even more significant as it surpassed the lifetime collection of “KGF: Chapter 2,” which had grossed over 200 crores net in the same multiplex chains last year. “Jawan” has emerged as a box office phenomenon, captivating viewers and setting new records.
Positive Impact on the Box Office
Kamal Gianchandani, CEO at PVR INOX, expressed his excitement on Twitter, highlighting the film’s incredible performance. He mentioned that “Jawan” has not only crossed the 215 crores net mark but has also rejuvenated the box office. The film’s success, coupled with other hits in the same quarter, has erased the challenges posed by the post-COVID box office landscape.
Global Box Office Dominance
Directed by Atlee Kumar and produced by Red Chillies Entertainment, “Jawan” has not only conquered the Indian box office but is also making waves worldwide. The action thriller is on the cusp of reaching 11 crores in global box office collections. In just 24 days, “Jawan” has grossed over 1070 crores worldwide, with an impressive 715 crores coming from India alone.
“Jawan” has crossed the 215 crores net collection mark in PVR-INOX multiplex chains.
“Jawan” surpassed the lifetime collection of “KGF: Chapter 2.”
“Jawan” has grossed over 1070 crores worldwide, including approximately 715 crores in India alone.