Dunki box office collection day 18:

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Dunki box office collection day 18: In its third weekend, the Shah Rukh Khan film witnessed a slight jump, with an expected collection of Rs 4.25 crore on Sunday.

Dunki box office collection day 18:

Despite facing stiff competition from Prabhas-starrer Salaar, Shah Rukh Khan’s Dunki has maintained a steady momentum at the box office. In its third weekend, the film witnessed a slight jump, with an expected collection of Rs 4.25 crore on Sunday, bringing the film’s domestic total to Rs 216.57 crore, according to industry tracker Sacnilk. Dunki’s global box office collection stands at Rs 436.40 crore, making it Shah Rukh Khan’s third highest earner ever.

Dunki had a strong opening, earning Rs 29.2 crore at the box office, but experienced a sharp decline the following day with Rs 20.12 crore. The film amassed Rs 160.22 crore in its first week. However, its collection plummeted during the second week, with daily box office numbers mostly in single digits. In the second week, earnings fell below Rs 50 crore, totaling Rs 46.25 crore. Despite the decline, Dunki showed a 60 percent rise in collection, earning Rs 3.6 crore on Saturday, and it’s predicted to rise further on Sunday.

Dunki has surpassed the box office record of another SRK film, Chennai Express, which minted Rs 424.54 crore worldwide.  According to Red Chillies Entertainment, the production house behind Dunki, the film has grossed Rs 436.40 crore at the global box office. This film marks the first collaboration between Shah Rukh Khan and Rajkumar Hirani, known for films like Munna Bhai M.B.B.S, PK, Sanju and 3 Idiots.

Before Dunki, Shah Rukh Khan delivered two blockbusters in 2023, Pathaan and Jawan, both surpassing the Rs 1000 crore mark worldwide. Jawan became the highest grosser of 2023, with Pathaan following closely behind. Trade analyst Ramesh Bala shared that Pathaan, Jawan, and Dunki collectively made a remarkable $117 million globally.





The clash between Dunki and Salaar garnered much attention. In an interview with ANI, Rajkumar Hirani discussed the impact of box office collections on the audience. He emphasised that while negative publicity can have a temporary effect, the true judgment of a film should be based on its content rather than just financial success.

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He said, “I still feel that a barometer to judge a film should be… jo debate honi chahiye wo paiso se zyada film ki honi chahiye, film ke content se hone lagi hai. Thoda sa hum ye paiso se karne lage hai, ye tha nahi pehle, ye thoda sa badh gaya hai abhi. (The debate around a film should be more about its content than the money. These days we focus a little more on money.) Earlier, we used to go for a film innocently. We used to talk about the film but now the discussion around numbers has increased.”

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