Dangal Is The First Fastest Bollywood Movie To Enter 300 Crore Club

Dangal Breaks Records!

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Last years Aamir Khan’s Dangal becomes the first fastest Bollywood movie to entering in a 300 crore club.

Aamir Khan’s Dangal film breaks records by entering in a 300 crore club so fast. Dangal movie has grossed over 304.38 crores within 13 days of its release and created a real Dangal at the Indian Box Offices.

Aamir’s Dangal beats Salman Khan’s Sultan and also breaks the record of his own movie PK, that took 17 days to reach the same number.

Dangal is the real-life-based story of former wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat and his daughters Geeta and Babita also Dangal is resonating with audiences because of the strong female empowerment aspect.

Movie critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh took to his twitter to confirm about the new benchmark set by Aamir Khan in Indian film industry.

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Dangal has achieved something which no other movie has been able to achieve before and this achievement was possible on the 13th day.

In other words, Dangal is the first Fastest Bollywood Movie film to enter 300 crore club. On the 2nd Wednesday, the film still maintained magical numbers and beats Salman Khan’s Sultan lifetime collections of 300.45 crores.

In other milestones, Dangal is the biggest movie ever in Australia also with $1.6 million, overtaking PK for the title.

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What’s your take on this wonderful victory of Aamir Khan’s Dangal? Do share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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