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Fan Opening Day Business, Income or Kamai- Day One Performance at Box Office

Shah Rukh Khan’s Fan movie has hit the theaters this Friday. The movie made to watch in theatres is filling fast with sky high speed, almost all prime time tickets are already stock out. By the end of the first day, Fan has already shattered a lot of box office records.

If you are wondering whether Fan beat the Salman Khan’s Bajrangi Bhaijaan first day Collection record, you can find it as you keep reading the article. So here in the Fan movie complete box office report includes domestic and also overseas box office collections.

Fan is getting positive reviews from critics and audience, King Khan Shah Rukh Khan is undoubtedly the king of box-office and unfortunately his previous movies Happy New Year and Dilwale failed to impress the audience and ended up in recovering the investments. After an enough gap, SRK is back with his latest movie titled Fan movie.

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Fan witnessed 75% occupancy with the noon and afternoon shows across the country. With huge positive word of mouth and weekend heading, the evening shows witnessed 100% occupancy all over. Fan collected Rs 20.8 crores across the country on its first day. The movie had a huge opening across the Internatinal cirlces and the movie minted Rs 8.4 crores all over. On the whole, Fan collected Rs 29.2 crores across the world on its first day which has been quite huge.

The talkie will be released in 3500 screens in India, whereas it will be in around 700 theaters from overseas market. Since the IPL season is going on and the Navaratri is also going to fall tomorrow, as a holiday, the movie could do tremendous business in India. But the makers have expected the occupancy to be around 55%-60%. Wait and see how it goes. Do come back for more box office updates.

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