Bharat Box-Office Collection: Salman Khan Starrer Finds A Sweet Spot In The Rs 200 Crore Club

After setting the cash registers on fire this Eid, Bharat has now dived into the Rs 200 Crore club, check out the numbers!

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Bharat Box-Office Collection: Salman Khan Starrer Finds A Sweet Spot In The Rs 200 Crore Club
Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer Bharat has taken the box-office by storm. It was an Eid bonanza for the Salman Khan fans. From Salman-Katrina’s chemistry to the content of the film, the audience couldn't stop flocking in the theatres. The film started its journey by making Rs 42.30 Crore and today, it has now found a secure spot in the Rs 200 Crore club. That's right!

On its 14th day, Bharat has collected Rs 2.32 Crore, making the grand total Rs 201.86 Crore at the domestic markets. With the current numbers, Bharat has emerged as the fourth Salman Khan film to enter the 200 Crore club after Kick, Sultan and Prem Ratan Dhan Payo. Even though the film is making small strides in numbers every day, Bharat has managed to reach the magic mark. It is continuing to entertain the audience and has emerged as a winner at the Indian box-office.


Talking about Bharat's review, the film has received a good response from masses and critics as well. SpotboyE.com Editor, Vickey Lalwani rated the film with 3 stars and besides Salman Khan and director, Ali Abbas Zafar, was all praises for Katrina Kaif too in the film. 

He wrote, “Katrina makes your eyes widen with her histrionics. Hasn't she jumped into the ring like 'Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned' after you know what that hurt her? She is zing, she isn't awkward, she is confidence personified. That problematic accent when she spoke Hindi has vanished. There are expressions on her face and she's even emoting through her eyes now. Zero was not a fluke from me, she's yelling mind you!”

Image source: Instagram / Bharat The Film
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