Get ready for some jaw-dropping numbers at the box office, as Shah Rukh Khan’s much-awaited film Jawan is all set to hit the screens on September 8th. The early estimates are in, and it looks like Jawan is gearing up to dethrone Khan’s previous blockbuster, Pathan, as the highest opening day box office collection.
According to reports, Jawan is expected to make a staggering 75 crore on its opening day, across the three languages – Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu. This is an impressive feat, considering it is only the collection of Day 1, which happens to be a Thursday, and a holiday on the occasion of Janmashtami.
Jawan is poised to have an incredible run over the weekend, with Friday, Saturday, and Sunday expected to witness a massive surge in footfall. The film has generated immense buzz and anticipation among fans, thanks to its stellar star cast, gripping storyline, and high-octane action sequences.
Directed by a renowned filmmaker, Jawan promises to be a visual extravaganza, with breathtaking cinematography, stunning sets, and mind-blowing visual effects. The film also boasts of a chart-topping soundtrack, composed by some of the industry’s leading music directors.
Shah Rukh Khan, known as the King of Bollywood, has a massive fan following not just in India but across the globe. His films have always been eagerly awaited, and Jawan is no exception. With Khan in the lead role, supported by a talented ensemble cast, the film is expected to strike a chord with audiences of all age groups.
In addition to the star power, Jawan also has a compelling story that explores themes of love, sacrifice, and patriotism. The film showcases Khan in a never-seen-before avatar, and his portrayal of a brave and fearless soldier is expected to leave a lasting impact on the audience.
As the excitement builds up for the release of Jawan, fans are eagerly counting down the days until they can witness the magic unfold on the big screen. With the film set to break records and create history, it is safe to say that Shah Rukh Khan’s Jawan is all set to rule the box office.