Pathaan Advance Booking: Shah Rukh Khan’s film crosses 20 crore mark

Pathaan Advance Booking: The pre-release business and advance ticket sales for Pathaan, starring Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, and John Abraham, are shattering records. One million tickets for SRK’s big comeback have been sold, with advance ticket sales for Telugu and Tamil totaling Rs 20 crore.

Pathaan Advance Booking

Pathaan is anticipated to have a huge debut not only in Hindi-speaking areas but also in South India. After a four-year absence, King Khan makes a comeback in this Siddharth Anand-directed Yash Raj film starring Deepika Padukone and John Abraham.

Although with controversy, advance ticket sales have been strong both in India and internationally. Fans and viewers can’t wait to watch SRK in this action-packed comedy, where he portrays a RAW agent. Brahmastra, starring Ranbir Kapoor, had the most advance ticket sales to date with a total of Rs 19.66 crore. The SRK movie is on track to surpass Rs 20 crore in advance sales on January 23.

First Day First Show At 6 am

This Shah Rukh Khan movie is interestingly the first to be released at 6 am. All of the prominent actors’ films in South India often debut at 5 am on the first day. As were the Tamil Pongal releases of Vijay’s Varisu and Ajith Kumar’s Thunivu, both of which were hits.

Pathaan will also be released in Telugu and Tamil, and South India has significantly boosted the movie’s ticket sales. Next to Hindi, the Telugu version of Pathaan has the greatest advance ticket sales, and this number is steadily rising. It is incredible that South India accounted for 30% of the early ticket sales. This demonstrates that moviegoers in the southern states were also anticipating this release. They want to see Pathaan on the big screen, controversy or not.

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