Fan Earns 49.43 Crore in India, 74.07 Crore Worldwide in 2 Days Only

By Prakash Babu, Showbiz Bites Staff Writer

Fan 1st Saturday Box Office CollectionsFan 2nd day box office collections – Shah Rukh Khan’s magnum opus, which was being awaited highly, has succeeded in churning out great business at the box office on its 1st Saturday. Although this Maneesh Sharma flick is offbeat, nonetheless it holds values for the audiences being King Khan’s film. Being a non-holiday release, Fan took a big start. The movie earned 19.20 crores on 1st day in domestic box office. If we make its comparison with the biggies released so far in 2016, fan stands first among them, as it earned 19.20 crore (in India), Airlift earned 12.35 crore (in India) and The Jungle Book collected 10.09 crore (in India) on Day 1.

The film was made with a budget of 105 crore (cost of production is 85 crore plus print & publicity is 20 crore). It released 4600 screens worldwide (3500 screens in India and 1100 screens worldwide). Sony Entertainment Television has already bought its satellite rights.

Fan 2nd day box office collections turned out to be great as well, as the movie collected 15.40 crore in Indian market. Total nett business in domestic market is 34.60 crore, whereas total gross business in domestic market is 49.43 crore.

Fan worldwide collections in two days (15th and 16th April, 2016) are 74.07 core (gross) including India’s business.

Fan 2nd Day Box Office Collections

Shah Rukh Khan’s Fan 2nd day box office collections have really given path to earn handsome business on third day. Let’s wait to see what happens on the first weekend business of the movie.

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