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Chennai Express Movie collections | Chennai Express First day Collections | SRK Chennai Express First day Record | Chennai Express collections First day


King Khan Shahrukh is back with a bang with his latest flick ‘Chennai Express’. This film attracted the mind blowing openings across globe and shattered all previous records and creates a history. SRK Fans are on cloud nine as their demigod is bounced back in a most awaited style. It has done what SRK fans all wanted from King Khan.

Chennai Express collects 6.75 Cr through previews on Thursday and succeeded to get 33.12 Cr on Friday. In total CE collected 39.87 Cr Net in India only. Overseas business is yet to be disclosed.  As per inside sources,  ‘Chennai Express’ broke the paid preview collections record in UK yesterday and now opening day record too!

Chennai Express tops the list of top opening day of Bollywood movies in India. The following list of the top Bollywood films which are the biggest openers of all time in India box office.




First Day Net Collections



Chennai Express

39.87 Crore



Ek Tha Tiger

32.5 Crore




23 Crore




21.5 Crore



Dabangg 2

21 Crore



Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani

19 Crore



Rock Star

18 Crore




15.5 Crore



Don 2

15.3 Crore



Jab Tak Hai Jaan

15.1 Crore

Where are those who said King Khan  time was over?

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