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Why Sardaar Gabbar Singh and Fan may miss the 100 crore club?
Big movies which were released in April in Tollywood and Bollywood are not garnering good money at the box office. Going into details,Pawan Kalyan\'s Sardaar Gabbar Singh and Shah Rukh Khan\'s fan both the movies stormed the box office on its opening day with a good collection.
Big movies which were released in April in Tollywood and Bollywood are not garnering good money at the box office. Going into details,Pawan Kalyan's Sardaar Gabbar Singh and Shah Rukh Khan's fan both the movies stormed the box office on its opening day with a good collection.
It is known fact that Pawan Kalyan's Sardaar Gabbar Singh has been receiving mixed response from the audience.After the first weekend the movie is running in theatres with less returns more on the likes of a low budget movie.Same thing is happening with another star in Bollywood, he is none other than Shah Rukh Khan and the film is Fan.
Sources inform that Sardaar Gabbar Singh and Fan box office collections are disappointing the makers of movie.Rumor mills suggest that it is quite tough for both the movies to enter the Rs 100 cr club.Shah Rukh Khan's Fan movie's four-day collections are estimated to be around Rs 58.40 crores in India although the movie has received applause from the audience and critical acclaim too.
Check out the Fan box office collections for four days:
Friday Rs.19.20 Crores
Saturday Rs.15.40 Crores
Sunday Rs. 17.75 Crores
Monday Rs. 6.05 Crores
Total Rs. 58.40 Crores (Within India).
At this rate will the movies enter the Rs.100 crore club? Let's wait and watch