Whether Shahrukh’s ‘Pathan’ will be released in Bangladesh will be decided tomorrow

Shahrukh during the promotion of the movie. Photo: Production company Yashraj Films

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Shahrukh during the promotion of the movie. Photo: Production company Yashraj Films

Bollywood King Khan Shahrukh Khan is returning by storm at the global box office. The storm that the king of Bollywood is returning after 1496 days is quite normal. Pathan is releasing worldwide on January 25.

Attempts are being made to release ‘Pathan’ in Bangladesh through the SAFTA agreement. A distribution company of Bangladesh has already submitted an application in this regard to the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.

A related source told NTV Online that a decision will be taken in a meeting tomorrow afternoon regarding the release of ‘Pathan’ in Bangladesh. Shah Rukh Khan’s much talked about movie will be released in Bangladesh on January 27 if permission is given.

Bollywood based influential portal Bollywood Hungama has reported in a report that ‘Pathan’ can earn more than Rs 39-41 crore on the first day of release even if it is not a holiday. If this happens, it will be Shah Rukh Khan’s second highest opening day grosser of all time. His ‘Happy New Year’ collected Rs 44.97 crore.

Shah Rukh Khan has received a fee of Rs 100 crore for the movie ‘Pathan’ under the banner of Yash Raj Films. Deepika Padukone took Rs 15 crore. Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone will be seen in the role of detectives in the movie.

And John Abraham will be seen in the role of the main villain, his remuneration is 20 crore rupees. Salman Khan is in a guest role in the movie, but Bollywood Bhaijaan did not take any remuneration for brother Shah Rukh in this movie.

Siddharth Anand took Rs 6 Crores to direct this action thriller genre movie.

The much awaited movie ‘Pathan’ is releasing on 25 January 2023 in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu languages. Shah Rukh Khan’s latest movie ‘Zero’ released on 21 December 2018.


The article is in Bengali

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