Shahrukh Khan’s blockbuster movie ‘Jawaan’ has dominated the box office for an impressive duration of 16 consecutive days. Ever since its release, Jawaan has been raking in substantial earnings, establishing itself as a massive success. Notably, this film has broken records by becoming the highest-grossing movie in its opening week, and it has now achieved the remarkable feat of joining the prestigious Rs 500 crore club faster than any other Bollywood film. Despite the recent release of Vicky Kaushal’s ‘The Great Indian Family’ and Shilpa Shetty’s ‘Sukhi’, both films have unfortunately struggled to perform well at the box office. It is interesting to analyze the vast difference in earnings between Jawaan and the underperforming films, Sukhi and The Great
the film starring Shahrukh Khan, has been out for 16 days now and continues to thrive at the box office. On its 16th day, Jawan managed to amass an impressive sum of approximately Rs 7 crore. Consequently, the overall earnings in India have now soared to a staggering 532.93 crores. The film’s global success is also noteworthy, as it has garnered an astonishing Rs 938 crore worldwide. It is particularly interesting to note that Jawan has garnered immense popularity in the South, further solidifying Shahrukh Khan’s widespread appeal.
‘The Great Indian Family’ in front of ‘Jawan’:
Jawan has significantly impacted Vicky Kaushal’s performance at the box office, leaving his family drama film, The Great Indian Family, in a miserable state. The film, which was released on 22 September, had an incredibly sluggish start, managing to only accumulate a measly Rs 1.40 crore on its first day. Considering the film’s reported budget of approximately Rs 25 crores, this lackluster performance is undoubtedly a cause for concern.
Bad condition of Shilpa Shetty’s ‘Sukhi’:
After a significant hiatus, Shilpa Shetty has returned to the silver screen, however, her ability to captivate the hearts of her fans, as she did during the 90s, seems to have waned. Unfortunately, Shilpa’s latest film, Sukhi, failed to impress audiences in comparison to Shahrukh Khan’s Jawan, which overshadowed it at the box office. Despite being made with a substantial budget of approximately Rs 20 crore, Sukhi only managed to garner a mere Rs 30 lakh on its opening day.
Discovering the budget can prove to be quite a challenging task, as it requires thorough investigation and analysis. In addition, it is worth noting that the earnings of these vibrant and content Indian families tend to experience a slight surge during the weekends. Consequently, individuals who have already watched the movie “Jawan” might consider diverting their attention towards the captivating films starring Shilpa Shetty and Vicky Kaushal. These particular movies fall under the genres of low-budget productions and family dramas. However, upon observing the initial reception of “Sukhi” and “The Great Indian Family,” it becomes apparent that it would be an impressive feat if these films manage to recuperate their invested funds.