Sultan 11th Day Collection: 2nd Saturday Business Report

Sultan 11 Days Box Office Collection

A tremendous first week and a good start to the second week has put Sultan box office collections on a trajectory to hit the Rs 300 cr mark and perhaps, more. With the opening week collections hitting Rs 180.30 cr and thereafter managing to keep the daily earnings in 2 figures, has put Salman Khan in an enviable enough position to make an entry into the Rs 300 cr club. However, though the trajectory is very much there, there is a problem too – the speed at which the collections are coming have tapered of suddenly and there is a distinct possibility that the movie will have to settle in for quite a long grind.


In weekdays, this YRF’s venture witnessed almost 75% of drop than weekend but still kept its havoc on box office and did the business of total 48.80 crores. This includes 15.54 crores of Monday, 12.92 crores of Tuesday, 10.82 crores of Wednesday and 9.52 crores of Thursday. After its 9th day, total domestic collection of Sultan was recorded as 229.16 crores. Now Sultan has entered in its second week and reported higher response than new offerings of this week. The movie started the day with lesser occupancy than Thursday and witnessed slight rise from evening shows.

As per the report, it is estimated to collect the amount of 7.43 crores as its 10th day collection. With this, its total 10 days domestic total will become 236.59 crores and surpass the lifetime record of Kick (231.85 crores).  By the 11th day, Sultan box office collections have raced to Rs 248.05 crore after raking in Rs 11.46 crore on 2nd Saturday. However, a collections average based around this low 2-figure sum will not be anywhere near enough to usher it into the exclusive club.

Instead, it will have to hope for a major boost over the weekend to stand any chance of entering this space and more than that, if Salman Khan has any ambition to turn his movie into a Rs 400 cr monster, he will have to galvanise his fans to increase numbers to watch the movie, again. An average of Rs 15 crore is the recommended par for the course for Sultan movie.

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