Shah Rukh Khan’s “Jawan” is not just a film; it’s a sensation redefining the Bollywood box office. On day 11, it garnered Rs. 37 crore, positioning itself near the coveted Rs. 480 crore benchmark. The film is getting near to crossing 500 crore soon.

But that’s not all. “Jawan” has confidently outpaced the Hindi version of Yash’s blockbuster “KGF 2”, which previously boasted earnings of Rs. 425 crores. Tracing the film’s second-weekend trajectory reveals its magnetic appeal: it began with a commendable Rs. 19.1 crore on Friday, escalated to Rs. 32.3 crore on Saturday, and achieved an apex of Rs. 37 crore on Sunday. Cumulatively, that’s an impressive Rs. 90 crores in three days! The film has already crossed 650 crore worldwide in just 11 days.

As industry insiders whisper, “Jawan” is potentially on the brink of etching a golden chapter in Hindi cinema’s history. If it does, Shah Rukh Khan will don an unprecedented crown: that of an actor who has delivered two top-tier grocers within a calendar year.

The upcoming festive spree, featuring celebrations like Ganesh Chaturthi, Eid, and Gandhi Jayanti, promises a further uplift for “Jawan”. These festivities and the film’s intrinsic appeal are expected to pull even larger audiences.

It’s worth noting the film’s universal allure. Whether it’s the charm of traditional single-screen theaters or the allure of state-of-the-art multiplexes, “Jawan” resonates everywhere. Critics and audiences alike have lauded its storyline, performances, and cinematic execution.

“Jawan” isn’t just soaring; it’s set to become a cinematic legend. As fans flock and numbers climb, Bollywood might just be witnessing the birth of its next magnum opus.

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