SRK’s Jawan becomes the first Hindi film to cross 600 crore net in India

Shah Rukh Khan is ruling Bollywood and ruling like there’s no other superstar like him in the industry. Directed by Atlee, ‘Jawan’ crossed 600 crore mark in India on its 25th day. The movie seems unstoppable now.

Released on the 7th of September, the movie has collected more than 1,000 crore worldwide. It has collected 547.79 crore in the Hindi language alone while the dubbed versions (Tamil and Telugu) add 59.42 crore, taking the total to 604.82 crore.

“#Jawan will cross ₹ 550 cr TODAY [fourth Mon], besides packing a SUPERB TOTAL in its *extended* weekend… Poses tough competition to *all* films – new as well as holdover titles, especially in mass pockets… Begins its meritorious journey towards ₹ 600 cr… [Week 4] Fri 4.90 cr, Sat 8.27 cr, Sun 9.12 cr. Total: ₹ 547.79 cr. #Hindi. #India biz. #Boxoffice,” tweeted trade analyst Taran Adarsh.

The Badshah of Bollywood has surely added a new record to its kitty. Jawan has become the first Hindi film to cross the 600 crore mark in India’s net. It has the chance to start a 600 crore club from the Hindi language only. ‘Jawan’ stars Shah Rukh Khan, Nayanthara and Vijay Sethupathi in lead roles.