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Jawan Box Office Collection, Budget, Cast, Review, Story, Hit or Flop

Jawan Box Office Collection, Budget, Cast, Review, Story, Hit or Flop

The film was like a thrilling adventure filled with lots of emotions and excitement. It had drama, some funny moments, parts that had you holding your breath and lots of action. The story was really good and had a meaningful lesson. Sometimes the storytelling feels a little uneven, but it doesn’t spoil the overall experience. The direction was great, guiding the movie smoothly from one scene to the next. The actors also did a good job, bringing their characters to life.

The background music and action scenes were amazing, making you feel like you were right in the middle of the action. And the message the movie wanted to share was powerful and hit home.

Sure, there were times when things felt rushed, and some stuff wasn’t explained well, but the movie was so big and exciting that you didn’t mind too much.

Overall, this film is definitely worth a watch.

More About Jawan Movie

Directed byAtlee
Screenplay byAtlee
S. Ramanagirivasan
Dialogues bySumit Arora
Story byAtlee
Produced byGauri Khan
Gaurav Verma
StarringShah Rukh Khan
Vijay Sethupathi
CinematographyG. K. Vishnu
Edited byRuben
Music byAnirudh Ravichander
Production companyRed Chillies Entertainment
Distributed bysee below
Release date7 September 2023
Running time169 minutes (Theatrical release)
Budget₹300 crore
Box officeest. ₹1,148.32 crore

Jawan Movie Budget

The movie is about an Indian agent trying to stop a bad guy’s plan to attack India. Pathaan stars Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, John Abraham, Dimple Kapadia, and Ashutosh Rana.

Salman Khan also appears briefly in the film. Made with a budget of about Rs 250 crore, Pathaan made Rs 543.4 crore in India and a whopping Rs 1,050.8 crore worldwide.

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Jawan Box Office Collection Worldwide

Date (as of)Domestic Gross (₹)Domestic Gross (US$)Overseas Gross (₹)Overseas Gross (US$)Worldwide Gross (₹)Worldwide Gross (US$)
10 Nov 2023761.98 crore91 million386.34 crore46 million1,148.32 crore140 million
MilestoneAmount (₹)Amount (US$)Date
First day net (Hindi version)65 crore7.8 million7 Sep 2023
First day net (Tamil and Telugu versions)10 crore1.2 million7 Sep 2023
First day worldwide gross (all versions)129 crore15 million7 Sep 2023
Australia’s first Indian film to top the box office (first day earnings)AU$400k7 Sep 2023
Second day net (Hindi version)45 crore8 Sep 2023
First Hindi film to net over 200 crore in 3 days200 crore10 Sep 2023
Fastest Hindi film to net over 300 crore in 5 days300 crore12 Sep 2023
First Hindi film to net over 400 crore in 9 days400 crore16 Sep 2023
First Hindi film to net over 500 crore in 13 days500 crore20 Sep 2023
Highest net grossing Hindi film in India24 Sep 2023
Sixth Indian film to gross over 1000 crore worldwide1000 crore25 Sep 2023
Fastest Hindi film to gross over 1000 crore worldwide1000 crore25 Sep 2023
Highest grossing Hindi film in India
Highest 4th weekend grosser of all time
First Hindi film to net over 600 crore in India600 crore
Milestone (Overseas)AmountDate
Opening weekend overseas grossUS$32.62 million
Collection from Middle East and North Africa (MENA regions) by 12 SepUS$8.64 million
Collection from UK and European markets by 12 SepUS$8.22 million
Only Hindi film to cross ₹50 crore in dubbed versions
First Indian film to gross over US$16 million at Middle East box office4 Oct 2023

Jawan Review and Storyline

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan is back with “Jawan” (which means “soldier” in Hindi), a thrilling action-adventure about a top terrorist and his team of gun-toting girls. Khan’s comeback began last year with a cameo in the mythological superhero film “Brahmastra Part One: Shivaay.” Then, in January, he scored a big hit with the spy thriller “Pathan.” “Jawan” is expected to please Khan’s fans and attract new audiences thanks to his strong performance.

Produced by Khan and his wife Gauri Khan’s company Red Chillies Entertainment, “Jawan” is based on a familiar story with the expected emotional moments. The film focuses on Khan’s character, Azaad, a female prison warden who takes a train full of passengers hostage. Azaad kills a burqa-clad woman while he has a bald cap on his head, which he soon removes. He then demands that the agriculture minister pay off the debts of hungry farmers, or else people will die. “Jawan” moves quickly from one twist to the next, making its familiar story less noticeable.

Some of the twists are predictable. Azaad woos Narmada and becomes involved with her ten-year-old daughter Suji (Ceeza Saroj Mehta). He denounces corrupt government officials and stages bloody shows to expose their corruption. Azaad claims to fight for the common people, but acts unpredictably, even performing a dance surrounded by frightened passengers. He insists that he is a good man fighting the real enemies, i.e. corrupt public servants.

An interesting subplot connects Narmada and Azaad’s story to the film’s opening scene, which is set 30 years ago in a village near Tibet. If you know Shah Rukh Khan films, you can guess how these subplots come together, but you will enjoy it nonetheless. A major plot twist comes in the second half of the film, which shows that this time it is personal for Azaad.

Azaad faces off against a cunning arms dealer Kaali (Vijay Sethupathi), who is both violent and ruthless. Also, there is a surprise cameo from a major Bollywood star, hinted at in the opening credits. Watch the dance number to see Khan and Deepika Padukone’s terrific chemistry. The fight scenes, though heavily edited, are exciting and never seem boring.

“Jawan” failed to surpass Khan’s previous films as it tried to include too many subplots. However, this film is different as the makers have managed the twists and turns well. Director Atlee, best known for working on Rajinikanth films like “Enthiran” and its sequel “2.0”, and his team deserve praise.

Khan looks more at ease in “Jawan” than in recent years, moving with ease in his expressions and poses. He shines in the musical numbers and looks charming in the slow-motion shots. Shah Rukh Khan is still a star, and “Jawan” presents him as fans expect.

Khan also gives a heartfelt speech later in the film. As Azaad, he reminds us that he is just like any other common man who has made mistakes in voting for government officials despite good intentions. With India going to a general election next year, “Jawan” could have taken a big risk, but its efforts are still appreciated.

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