The festival of Eid has always proved to be lucky for superstar Salman Khan and this year is no different.
Salman Khan’s ‘Kick’, which hit theatres on July 25, has already made its entry to the elite Rs 100 crore club. Trade analyst Taran Adrash took to twitter to share the news.
And as you read this, #Kick enters ₹ 100 cr Club in India…
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— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) July 29, 2014
The film, also starring Jacqueline Fernandez, Randeep Hooda and Nawazuddin Siddiqui minted a whopping Rs 50 crore in two days of its release.
‘Kick’, which opened to a mix response by the critics, earned nearly Rs 27 crore on the opening day. The first collection beat all of Salman’s previous records except ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ (Rs 32.93 cr).
The Said Nadiadwala-directed flick collected a whopping Rs 83 crore in its opening weekend. However, ‘Kick’ was unable to break the record of two of Salman Khan’s previous starrers – ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ and ‘Bodyguard’.
‘Ek Tha Tiger’ had entered the Rs 100 crore club on its first weekend and ‘Bodyguard’ earned Rs 88 crore in its first weekend.
The film is also expected to break records for the box-office collections in the first week in Pakistan.