Shahrukh Khan's Dilwale has got a very good opening at the box office. The movie is performing very well in India as well as overseas. But SRK says that he never worries about the box office pressure.
When Shahrukh Khan was asked by Pinkvilla, ''Is there a pressure of Box Office collections, figures mounting...about the film making Rs 200/Rs 300 crore?'' The superstar replied, ''I have never had that pressure of my film making this or that amount of money. The idea is that it should get the eyeballs and hopefully all the eyeballs that the film is meant for. Dilwale is supposedly designed for maximum eyeballs.''
Shahrukh Khan further added, ''On that criteria when you measure
it, yes there will be a measurement in terms of ticket sold but so
far so good. Internationally also, and now that all the theatres
are opened, we have held steady. Those are all business talks which
means the eyeballs have started pouring in, people are watching it.
Then, depending whether those people want to see the film again
because there is a long Christmas weekend.''
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''But the pressure of an X amount of money or Y amount of money
doesn't figure but as a business yes, we would like the film to
cover its monies. These are supposed to be the profit- making films
so that you can put the money in some other aspects of film-making,
say technologically. So as a company yes. But I think the way the
film has got the opening, those pressures are over, we are
relieved,'' he added.