May 30, 2020

Sultan 15th Day Collection Box Office Kamai 3rd Wednesday

Sultan 15th Day Collection Box Office Kamai 3rd Wednesday :- Made with a budget of Rs 90 crore Salman Khan and Anushka Sharma starrer Bollywood sports drama film Sultan has earned approximately 5 times more than the amount that was being spent on its making through its worldwide biz. People are still showing a lot of craze for this movie and this is the biggest USP of this film because of which it is eying towards shattering many records in future.


Getting an Eid release was the best thing happened with the movie. Fetching a massive 70% occupancy on the opening day was a great thing which should be applauded in all senses. The opening day trends had somehow suggested that Bollywood might see a new record as opening day earnings, but it won’t happen. A possible reason for downfall during the evening shows on Day 1 was Eid.

Sultan 3rd Wednesday Overall Occupancy Rate

Sale of broadcasting rights was also a big positive for the stars. According to reports, Just from the sale of rights the talkie producers had got a substantial part paid back. Over the period of twelve days, Sultan collection swas successful in beating many existing records of Bollywood.

This makes it the fifth highest grossing Bollywood film ever. Dhoom 3 (Rs 542 crore), Baahubali (Rs 600 crore), Bajrangi Bhaijaan (Rs 626 crore) and PK Rs 792 crore), in that order, are the other biggies that stand at the top spot.

With Rajinikanth’s Kabali and Irrfan Khan’s Madaari releasing this Friday, Sultan’s business will definitely get affected. The Salman film managed an uninterrupted run since its release on July 6 with the only release being Great Grand Masti since them.

Below are the box office collection figures that Sultan has generated through its 3rd Wednesday Business at Indian box office :

Sultan Fifteenth Day Collection – Rs 3.20 crore (approx)

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