Feb 22, 2020

Sultan 3rd Day Collection Box Office Kamai 1st Friday Income

Sultan 3rd Day Collection Box Office Kamai 1st Friday Income :- Making a awesome box office collection Rs 73.74 crore in the opening 2 days of its release Salman Khan’s Sultan which was released on a massive 5100 screens worldwide earlier this week in theatres is all set to emerge as the biggest ever Bollywood weekend opener film till date. Interestingly the way its business has witnessed growth on the second day there are high chances that we may get to see this venture achieving some unbelievable figures on coming Saturday and Sunday.


The total budget of Sultan is 90 crore rupees out of which 70 crores were utilized towards the production and shooting costs. 20 crores advanced towards as cost of advertising and printing. With overall estimated whopping budget of 90 crores, the flick remains one of the most expensive films of 2016.

Sultan 3rd Day Business Indian Box Office

Noticing the craze of last year for Salman’s Prem Ratan Dhan Payo and Bajrangi Bhaijaan, almost every cinema owner decided to screen the talkie. As the points were with the Salman factor all the way, the movie turns out to be tough on expectations. (Also: Eid al-Fitr wishes.)

Satellite rights pre-sold by YRF to Sony Entertainment Television for a huge undisclosed price. The film is expected to have its world television premiere after a month or two. Sony may release the flick first on television through any of its channels.

Now lets discuss about how Sultan has performed today at the local Indian markets well just like the previous days almost every single evening and night show of this film went housefull. Currently this film is absolutely sidelining all the other Hindi movies running at present. Sultan 3rd day overall occupancy rate has been recorded around 85% which is way too awesome.

Sultan Third Day Collection – Rs 29 crore (approx)

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Arjun Grover

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