Shahrukh Khan 2023 movies collection: Bollywood’s King Khan i.e. Shahrukh Khan’s family comedy drama film Dunky has recently been released. The film has received positive response from the audience but it also has to face tough competition from Prabhas-starrer ‘Salaar’. At present, Shahrukh Khan’s Dinky has maintained its hold at the box office but after the first weekend, its earnings are also showing a decline. However, despite all this, Shahrukh Khan has given hit films like Pathan, Jawan and now Danky this year. Let us know how much these three films of Shahrukh Khan have earned in total in the year 2023.
What was the total earnings of Shahrukh’s films released in 2023?
Shahrukh Khan has three films released this year. The first film was Pathan at the beginning of the year. With this film, King Khan made a comeback on the big screen after four years and this film was a block buster at the box office. After this, Shahrukh Khan’s second film of the year 2023, Jawan, came and it broke the record of ‘Pathan’.
These two films of King Khan together earned more than Rs 2200 crore. However, critically and commercially, Shahrukh Khan’s Dinky is proving to be much weaker than these two films. Despite this, this film is going to cross the figure of Rs 300 crore worldwide. In such a situation, Shahrukh’s films have now earned around Rs 2500 crore worldwide.
‘Dinky’ made the lowest collection on the seventh day
Talking about the earnings of ‘Dinky’, this film has made the lowest collection on the seventh day of its release in the domestic market. King Khan’s Dinky, which opened with Rs 29.2 crores, earned single digits on the seventh day and its collection stood at Rs 9.75 crores. With this, the total earning of Dinky in seven days has become Rs 151.26 crore. Let us tell you that Dinky has been directed by Rajkumar Hirani and apart from Taapsee Pannu, Vicky Kaushal and Boman Irani have played important roles in the film.
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