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With its seventh day collection, Pathaan not only became the fastest Hindi film to cross the ₹300 crore mark after the Hindi version of Baahubali 2, but also now holds the record for the highest opening week collection ever for a Hindi film. Pathaan, which stars Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, John Abraham, Ashutosh Rana and Dimple Kapadia, grossed ₹634 crore worldwide in just seven days. Directed by Siddharth Anand, Pathaan was released on 25 January.
On Wednesday, trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted that Pathaan had registered the highest ever single box office collection in Hindi cinema, grossing ₹634 million worldwide, of which it earned ₹395 million in India alone. The film grossed ₹239 million in the overseas market. His tweet read, "Pathaan ₹634 crore worldwide gross in seven days..."
With its box office collection in India on Tuesday, Pathaan entered the ₹300 crore club in just seven days. The film grossed ₹315 crore nett in India in its first week. The Shah Rukh starrer has now broken the record of 2017 Hindi version Baahubali 2: The Conclusion to enter ₹ 300 crore in just 10 days, as per Taran's tweet on Wednesday. Thanks to Pathaan's unstoppable box office collection, the Hindi version of KGF: Chapter 2 (2022) is now the third fastest film to cross the ₹300 crore mark; the film achieved the feat in 11 days, compared to Pathaan's 7 days.
Pathaan has been breaking records ever since its release. Earlier, the film crossed the ₹200 crore mark in just four days, making it the fastest Hindi film to enter the ₹200 crore club. Even before the release of the film, Pathaan was breaking records with its incredible advance bookings. Advance bookings for Pathaan opened on January 20.
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