The director of the Bollywood superstar Salman Khan‘s starrer film ‘Sultan‘ Ali Abbas Zafar has already announced that the film will be released on 6th July and with that there is a havoc among trade experts that this film is going to be a super blockbuster.
Many believe that it will break many box-office records as well as will make new records, some even believe that the dominance of Hollywood films will came to a standstill after the release of ‘Sultan.’
Slated to be released on Wednesday and on the occasion of Eid, the movie will enjoy a long weekend of five days that will definitely act as a great advantage for the makers of the film.
Here are the possible predictions by some well established trade experts, take a look:
Yes, it will be a 5-day opening weekend for #Sultan [Wed, 6 July to Sun, 10 July]… Get ready for a record-smashing weekend!
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) 27 June 2016
Had said much much earlier…#Sultan on 6th July – 5 day weekend …. expect nothing but HAVOC at the BO …it will explode @BeingSalmanKhan
— Girish Johar (@girishjohar) 27 June 2016
In an exclusive interview with Catch News famous trade expert Komal Nath said, “I expect anything above Rs.
Amol Vikash is a famous trade expert and according to him, what he said is, “‘Sultan’ is a Salman Khan film. it is but obvious that there is a lot of noise about it in the trade especially because it is releasing on Eid day. The film has a lot of factors that will work in its favour. The expectations are sky high. The opening day numbers will be huge. We expect Rs. 40 to Rs 42 crore on the opening day, which will be phenomenal. The numbers can be higher too. In the last few years, movies have been released during the pre-Eid period. I don’t even remember the last film that released on Eid day. It is a Salman Khan movie, so numbers will definitely be big. The movie releases on Wednesday, so it gets a 5-day weekend. I hear that Monday will also be a holiday. I think the numbers that we will hear for the film after its release might be something we have never heard of.”