Shah Rukh Khan-led Jawan makes huge gross of over Rs 700 crore: Beats ‘Pathan’ as biggest film till date in Bollywood

Records are meant to be broken and Shahrukh Khan is definitely in the race to break records. Earlier this year, ‘Pathan’ set the record for the highest gross ever for a Bollywood film. 650 crore from all revenue streams. However, the Badshah of Bollywood does not seem to be satisfied with just one record to his name. Their latest offering Jawan has taken the bar even higher with a recovery of over Rs. 700 crores are coming for the film.

For those unaware, Jaawan, which released last month, earned Rs. Rs 1134 crore at the worldwide box office till the fifth weekend. Rs 743 crore coming from India. Earning of Rs 391 crore from foreign markets. The film still has some gas left in the tank, with its final worldwide gross standing at around Rs. Expected to happen. 1170 crores.

Not all that money goes to the producers, in this case, Shahrukh Khan. Typically, about 40 percent of the gross earnings go into the pockets of the producers. For Jawan, the worldwide distributor share amount is Rs. 480 crore, with a domestic and overseas split of Rs. Rs 310 crores. 170 crores. Jawan also received a record-breaking amount for his non-theatrical rights. As previously reported, the film was made at Rs. 250 crores for its digital, satellite and music rights.

All this money together amounts to Rs. 730 crore, making Jaawan not only the highest ever collection for a Bollywood film, but also the first time the revenue crossed Rs. 700 crores. Pathan was the previous record holder with Rs. Recovery of more than Rs 660 crore. The price of the jawan is Rs. 350 crores for production and release. This means the surplus for SRK’s home production Red Chillies Entertainment will be around Rs. Rs 350 crore after accounting for distributor and sub-distributor shares.

Details of the recovery of the soldiers are as follows:

Theatrical: Rs. 480 crores

India (Hindi): Rs. 280 crores
India (dub): Rs. 30 crores
Foreign: Rs. 170 crores

Non-Theatrical: Rs. 250 crores

Total: Rs. 730 crores

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