Shah Rukh Khan owns a fate of breaking the records. And here he does it again with his latest release 'Happy New Year' making it attain the biggest Box-office collection stature in India over its opening weekend.
'Happy New Year' has collected Rs. 108.86 Crs on the opening weekend all India, with Rs. 104.10 Crs in Hindi, Rs. 2.92 Crs in Telugu dub and Rs. 1.84 Crs in Tamil dub. Thus, the film is currently ranking number one in the weekend opening slot, all over Indian film industry.
Speaking about the numbers, Venky Mysore, CEO RCE said, "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."
Gaurav Verma, Chief Revenue Officer RCE said, "We are thankful to all our partners, exhibitors and especially YRF for helping us achieve this significant milestone."
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