Shah Rukh Khan's latest film, "Jawan," is rewriting Bollywood history by becoming the highest-grossing Indian film of all time.
With earnings exceeding 5.25 billion, "Jawan" is poised to surpass the previous record-holder, "Pathaan," which collected 5.25 billion earlier this year.
Notably, "Jawan" has achieved this milestone by not only excelling in Hindi collections but also by delivering exceptional performance in Telugu and Tamil versions, earning over 560 million in these languages.
In a remarkable turn of events, Shah Rukh Khan's latest cinematic venture, "Jawan," has shattered records and emerged as the highest-grossing Bollywood film of all time.
This achievement comes after "Pathaan" held the record earlier this year with lifetime collections of 5.44 billion.
While "Jawan" is on course to surpass the Hindi collections of 5.25 billion set by "Pathaan," it has already taken the lead in overall earnings, amassing more than 5.44 billion.
What sets "Jawan" apart is its exceptional performance in languages beyond Hindi. With the Telugu and Tamil versions contributing significantly, the film has made a resounding impact across India.
The success of "Jawan" in regions where Hindi cinema traditionally has a limited presence underscores its universal appeal and ability to resonate with a diverse audience.
Shah Rukh Khan's consecutive blockbusters, including "Pathaan" and now "Jawan," demonstrate his enduring star power and the immense anticipation surrounding his films.
As he prepares for the release of "Dunki," the actor is on the verge of achieving another milestone: securing the top two spots for the highest-grossing Hindi releases of all time.
This remarkable feat further solidifies Shah Rukh Khan's position as a Bollywood legend, with his back-to-back successes leaving fans eagerly awaiting his next cinematic masterpiece.