Mar 30, 2020

Sultan 4th Day Collection Box Office Kamai 1st Saturday Crosses 100 Cr Mark

Sultan 4th Day Collection Box Office Kamai 1st Saturday Crosses 100 Cr Mark :- After getting a fabulous opening earlier this Wednesday Salman Khan’s Sultan has successfully crossed Rs 100 crore mark in the first three days by collecting Rs 31.50 crore on the 3rd day at box office India. Till date it is the biggest Bollywood opener as still a day left in the weekend to complete and we are expecting it to generate some great amount on the coming Sunday as there is a public Holiday across country.


Bajrangi Bhai Jaan which made 102.60 Crores on the first weekend is hte highest record for Salman Khan and now its Sultan which collected an amount of 105.34 Crores in just three days. Way to go Salman. He proved and broke all the box office records by making a century in a very less time. The 100 crore film for the year are Airlift, Housefull3 and now its Sultan.

Sultan 4th Day Business Details

Sultan did a fabulous job on its first day making an amount of Rs 36.54 crores . On Thursday, second day movie made Rs 37.20 crores making a grand total of Rs 73.74 crores in just two days. please note that these are the collections made by the movie only in India. Saturday and Sunday will surely make the movie to collect lump sum amount. The third day collections of the movie are at Rs 31.50 Crores

Alredy this movie has successfully recovered the budget of Rs 90 croere that was being spent on its making. Now the makers are enjoying profits thats why they were seen celebrating the grand success of this venture. Sultan in the coming days too its expected to perform in the same manner and for this the whole credit goes to the massive fan following of Sallu bhai.

Sultan Fourth Day Collection – Rs 27 crore (approx)

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Arjun Grover

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