Ranveer Singh starrer ‘Padmaavat’ beats ‘Sultan’s record on box office

Ranveer Singh starrer ‘Padmaavat’ beats ‘Sultan’s record on box office

Padmaavat has concluded glorious 50 days in cinema halls in India and has garnered as much accolades as it gets. Padmaavat has banked 300 crores in India nett and has beaten the record of Salman Khan starrer ‘Sultan’ worldwide to become sixth highest grosser of all time in the history of Hindi cinema. Considering the fact that Padmaavat both got benefited and also had to bear losses from the controversy. People got really enthralled to see whatever is causing this kind of havoc in the nation while cinema halls were burnt and film could not get a decent release at many states in India.

Sanjay Bhansali worked his magic yet again in his magnum opus and the film is already in the anals of the history for being so exceptional and unique. It was a mega budget 200 crore production and is now sitting on at least 100 crores of profit including satellite, television and digital rights. Bhansali is known to make gigantic scale films and due to the success of Padmaavat, he will live to fight yet another day and perhaps emerge victorious at the end of the long road. Film has proved to be the biggest hit of every actor’s career involved in it including Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone and Shahid Kapoor.

Earlier, Bajirao Mastani was the biggest hit of Bhansali’s career bu now the mantle is passed to Padmaavat. Ranveer Singh has won the hearts of audience worldwide forever with his brilliant portrayal of Sultan Allaudin Khilji and the pure menace in him. He has joined a rather short list of auspicious people who have played iconic villains in Hindi cinema while this one is called Deepika Padukone’s Mother India. Absolutely no film in the history of Indian cinema has made so much money on the box office with a female protagonist at the center of it and this fact should be celebrated.

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