Shah Rukh Khan and Rajkummar Hirani’s Dunki seems to be nearing its end at the box office. The film which released on 21st December last year, locked horns with the combination of Prashanth Neel and Prabhas‘ juggernaut called Salaar: Part 1- Ceasefire, which minted more than Rs 400 crore at the box office, while Dunki collected about Rs 225 crore.

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Dunki was carrying a lot of expectations as it was Shah Rukh Khan and Rajkummar Hirani’s first collaboration and SRK was returning after two all time blockbusters in Pathaan and Jawan.But given the topic and the competition from Salaar, the film received a somewhat muted response. Though the film was made on a reported budget of just about Rs 85 crore, the makers of the film would not be in any kind of loss.
Dunki in its first week itself had minted Rs 160 crore, but saw a 71% dip in week 2, to mint Rs 45 crore and in week 3, it saw another dip to collect just Rs 15 crore.
On Wednesday, the film collected just Rs 30 lakhs to take the total collection of the film to Rs 225.42 crore. The film is now nearing the end of its run, as it will have to make way for Hrithik Roshan, Anil Kapoor and Deepika Padukone’s Fighter, directed by Siddharth Anand, that releases on January 25.

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