In a stellar performance at the box office, Shah Rukh Khan’s latest venture, Dunki, directed by Rajkumar Hirani, has not only entered the coveted Rs 100 crore club but has surged ahead with a remarkable jump on its fourth day. Despite facing formidable competition from Prabhas’ Salaar, the film witnessed a notable 25 percent surge, accumulating an impressive Rs 31.50 crores on the fourth day.
The cumulative box office collection for Dunki in India over the first four days stands at a substantial Rs 108 crores. On a global scale, the film has reached an estimated Rs 215 crore, affirming its widespread popularity. Notably, the movie kicked off its journey with Rs 29.20 crore on the opening day, followed by Rs 20.12 crore on the first Friday, and Rs 25.61 crore on the first Saturday, showcasing a consistent upward trajectory.
Dunki’s success is further accentuated by its strong Sunday performance, marked by an overall 49.67 percent Hindi occupancy, with a noticeable uptick in the evening. The film’s robust box office figures on Sunday, coupled with the Christmas holiday on Monday, are expected to contribute significantly to its continued success at the ticket windows.
Of particular significance is Dunki’s international appeal, with Sunday emerging as the most lucrative day for the Shah Rukh starrer both in India and across global markets. The film’s collaboration between director Rajkumar Hirani and superstar Shah Rukh Khan has evidently struck a chord with audiences, amplifying the anticipation and excitement surrounding Dunki.
In summary, Dunki’s ascent into the Rs 200 crore club worldwide within the first four days underscores its resonance with audiences, positioning it as a major box office success in the competitive landscape of Bollywood cinema.