Pathan Advance Booking: Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Pathan’ made this record in advance booking itself, earned so many crores

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Shahrukh Khan’s Pathan got this position

Pathan Advance Booking: Online booking of Shahrukh’s upcoming film Pathan has started, due to which the fans are not leaving a single chance. Meanwhile, the film Pathan has set a new record in terms of advance booking.

New Delhi: The power of King Khan of Bollywood is being seen once again. Where even before entering the big screen after four years, Shah Rukh Khan’s film Pathan seems to be making new records. Actually, the online booking of Shah Rukh Khan’s upcoming film Pathan has started, due to which the fans are not leaving a single chance. Meanwhile, the film Pathan has set a new record in terms of advance booking.

Pathan broke the record

According to new reports, 1,17,000 tickets have been sold in advance booking of the film. According to the information received from the tweet of the Indian Box Office, Shahrukh Khan’s Pathan has earned 9 crores in terms of advance booking, which is the fastest among Bollywood films. While the film has set a new record by selling 117 thousand tickets in multiplex chains.

So many tickets sold before release

Apart from this, according to film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh, 1,17,000 tickets have been sold in advance booking of the film. While calling it “BO tsunami loading”, he revealed that PVR has sold 51,000 tickets, while INOX has sold 38,500 tickets and Cinepolis has sold 27,500 tickets. According to the film critic, these figures are completely before the start of advance booking.

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