Hrithik Roshan-Tiger Shroff's latest release, 'War' is having an impressive run at the ticket counters. The high-octane action-thriller has set the box office on fire on its extended first week as it collected a record-smashing Rs 238.35 crore net in its extended first week! By doing so, it registered an all-time highest first week in the history of Bollywood.
On a normal working Thursday, the film again collected brilliantly as it recorded Rs 9.80 crore net on reduced ticket rates (Hindi - Rs 9.25 Cr and Tamil & Telugu - Rs 0.55 Cr)! Starring two of the biggest action superstars in the history of Indian cinema, Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff, the total collections of this action spectacle already makes it a blockbuster.
War Is On A Record-breaking Spree
The Hrithik Roshan-Tiger Shroff film has smashed these five all-time box-office records.
1. Highest-grossing first week of all-time for a Hindi film.
2. Highest-grossing film for Tiger Shroff and Siddharth Anand.
3. Highest-grossing Hindi film of all-time for a movie released on Gandhi Jayanti.
4. Highest-grossing Hindi film of all-time for a film released on Navratri.
5. Highest-grossing Hindi film of all-time for a film released in October.
Tiger Shroff On The Success Of War
At the success bash of 'War', the actor told reporters, "I feel blessed to have this opportunity to work side by side with Hrithik who has been my hero and idol. Just this opportunity is a victory in itself for me."
Hrithik Roshan Feels Validated With The Film's Success
An overwhelmed Hrithik Roshan said, "It is an incredible response to our hard work and I'm truly grateful to the audience for loving our film. When we decided to make War, we were clear that we were attempting to do something that has never been done in Indian cinema and we went all out to make it happen. So, it's hugely validating to see the fantastic response of the people enjoying our action entertainer in the theatres,"
War Sequel On The Cards?
"We did had an idea of turning it into a franchise provided we get love of audience. It seems audience''s demand is more than our desire. This is how it should be. We all will sit together soon and decide on it," (sic) director Siddharth Anand revealed when asked about his plans of making a sequel to the film.