Fan Grosses More Than 114 Crore Worldwide in Just 3 Days

By Goher Iqbal Punn – Film Critic, Music Reviewer & Entertainment Analyst – Showbiz Bites

fan 3rd day box office collectionsFan 3rd day box office collections – well, Shah Rukh Khan’s much-awaited flick gets boost in business on its 1st Sunday (3rd day) at domestic box office. The film earned 15.40 crore on 2nd day and then following day being Sunday, the film earned 17.75 crore business. Even being an offbeat cinema, Fan has been on way to churn out good business in India and even abroad. The overseas business too is marvelous so far. More than 40 crore has been earned in 3 days in overseas market.

Khan’s film will get drop in weekdays, as normally the movies do. But that would not be much or bigger one that could affect the business of the film and  film’s worth.

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After adding Fan 3rd day box office collections, the movie lands up to the business of 52.35 crore in India and has crossed 100 crore in worldwide business. 74.79 crore is India’s gross in three days. The film grosses 114.26 crore worldwide.

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