Sultan is 2016 Indian romantic sports-drama film directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, Produced by Aditya Chopra under the Yash Raj Films banner, the film stars Salman Khan as the lead character opposite Anushka Sharma. The film focuses on Sultan Ali Khan, a wrestling champion from Haryana, whose successful career creates a rift in his personal life.
As expected Salman Khan starrer broke all box office collection on its opening weekend. This Eid release became the fastest movie to enter 200 crore club in just 7 days. People have accepted Sultan with both their hands open, and the way movie is performing, it seems like it will break all other records. Its first 5 Day collection is as follows :
Day 1 -36.54 Cr. (Pre Eid)
Day 2 -37.32 Cr. (Eid)
Day 3 -31.67 Cr.
Day 4 -36.62 Cr.
Day 5 -38.21 Cr.
Comparison with Aamir Khan’s PK :
Comparing the movie in accordance with PK Day Collection in Crore Friday₹26.63 Saturday₹30.34 Sunday₹38.44 Monday₹21.22 Tuesday₹19.36 Wednesday₹19.55 Thursday₹27.55 .
So, Salman khan’s sultan is going to be another record breaking movie. Now time has come to see who is going to be the the favorite among the khan’s on the box office by the fans. Earlier people had doubts whether Salman’s comment about ‘Raped women’ will effect his movie’s earning. Salman Khan compared the impact of his grueling shooting schedule for Sultan to be similar to feeling ‘like a raped woman”, actor expressed during the shooting of the film. This shows that there wasn’t any effect on the movie according to the collection. He did not actually mean the comment which was taken by the women’s rights council of India . But still he gave the time to appear in the court by the women’s council head.
So, we can just say that the magic of Dabang Khan is ruling the box office and Salman Khan is proving to be the new Sultan of Bollywood. Hope, he breaks all the box-office collection records and becomes the all the highest grosser.
Lets see the big fight of khans who is going to be the next bollywood king on box office http://www.bollymoviereviewz.com/2013/04/bollywood-box-office-collection-2013.html