New Delhi: Shah Rukh Khan's massive stroke has fell perfectly right on place as Happy New Year is roaring with its huge sucess in its opening weekend itself.
Collecting Rs 108 cr in India, the Farah Khan directorial has set a giant bench mark for other now.
The official breakdown of the figures stands as 104.10 (Hindi)ư.92 (Telugu)Ư.84 (Tamil) = 108.86Cr! The biggest box-office collection for a weekend in Indian cinema!
Shah Rukh Khan continues to rule the hearts and box office. His latest offering "Happy New Year" (HNY) has minted Rs.108.86 crore - the biggest opening weekend that a movie has got at the box office in India.
Produced by Shah Rukh's Red Chillies Entertainments Pvt. Ltd. (RCE), it raked in Rs.104.10 crore in Hindi, Rs.2.92 crore in Telugu dubbed version and Rs.1.84 crore in its Tamil dubbed version. HNY has become the highest opening weekend ranker in Indian films so far, read a statement.
"We are thrilled that after ‘Chennai Express' had set a new record in 2013, ‘Happy New Year' has set another new benchmark. We are grateful for the ongoing love and support of audience,” said Venky Mysore, CEO of RCE.
Gaurav Verma, chief revenue officer, RCE, said: "We are thankful to all our partners, exhibitors and especially YRF (Yash Raj Films) for helping us achieve this significant milestone."
We congratulate Shah Rukh Khan and the entire team of Happy New Year!