Shah Rukh Khan starrer Dunki may have been impacted by the big box office clash with Prabhas starrer Salaar but it has managed to hold the grip in its opening weekend. The Rajkumar Hirani directorial has shown good growth on Sunday compared to the initial three days of its release in theatres.
According to Sacnilk, Dunki had an overall 48 per cent occupancy on Sunday.The movie witnessed a rise in footfalls in the afternoon and evening shows. It is performing well for night shows. As per early estimates, the SRK starrer is set to earn over Rs 32 crore in India for all languages, taking the movie’s 4-day collection to over Rs 107 crore nett, approximately.
The movie, which also stars Taapsee Pannu, Vicky Kaushal, Boman Irani, Vikram Kochhar and Anil Grover, collected Rs 30 crore on its opening day. It witnessed a huge drop on Friday and earned Rs 21 crore on day 2, followed by Rs 26.6 crore on day 3.

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The earnings of Dunki are significantly lower than Shah Rukh’s last two blockbusters Pathaan and Jawan, which had amassed Rs 55 crore and Rs 65.5 crore nett on their opening days in India respectively. The two movies went on to earn over Rs 1000 crore at the worldwide box office.

On Sunday, the makers of Dunki had said that the movie has grossed Rs 157.22 crore at the global box office. The movie is performing well in three main circuits of Mumbai, Delhi/ UP and East Punjab.

Though the box office numbers of Dunki are good enough, there’s no denying that it has failed to live up to the mark of Shah Rukh’s stardom and fall short of expectations.
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