SRK Fan 13th Day Collection Box Office Income 2nd Wednesday Report

SRK Fan 13th Day Collection Box Office Income 2nd Wednesday Report :- The most anticipated film of Shah Rukh Khan in year 2016 Fan went on screens earlier this month in theatres after a of promotions that are being done for this Maneesh Sharma directorial on various television platforms, colleges, universities and other events too. This venture has grossed very well in the opening few days but failed to continue its successful run as a result of which it is emerging quite tough for this big banner flick to get past the 100 crore mark at domestic box office. Indian super model Waluscha de Sousa has made her acting debut through this movie as she has played the character of lead actor SRK’s wife in this thriller.

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In the first twelve days of this Fan has collected around 175 crore through its worldwide business but out of that it has managed to earn only 79 crore via its domestic biz which is quite disappointing as a lot more expected from this venture seeing the massive fan following of superstar Shah Rukh Khan has all across the country.

At the overseas box office, the revenge drama minted Rs. 61.35 crore ($ 9.20 million) till its second weekend. The 10-day overseas box office collection of “Fan” is equal to “Ra.One” income and soon it will shatter the records of Salman’s “Ek Tha Tiger,” which minted $ 9.4 million.

Makers of Fan are appearing very disturbed right now as they have not got that much of profits out of this thriller what they have hoped for earlier before its release. Fan 13th Day overall occupancy has been recorded around 30% (morning & noon shows combined) which is very poor.

Fan 13th Day Collection – Rs 5 Crore (approx)

Stay tuned with us for more collection updates of Fan 2016 film

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