All first day records shattered as ‘Jawani Phir Nahi Ani’ takes a flying start at the box office.

Writing this post gives me immense pleasure because finally, after the longest time, one of our home-made productions has managed to climb to the top while beating the Hollywood and Bollywood biggies which otherwise dominate the Pakistani box-office.

Yes, Jawani Phir Nahi Ani, took an earth shattering start at the box office and has broken all previous first day records. The first day numbers for the film are being reported as 2.07 crores which is higher than the previous record of Fast 7 that was about 2 crores. (Box Office Detail)

For more details talked to Khurram Gultasab, General Manager of Super Cinemas, and he explained how JPNA is doing crazy business at all the Super Cinema screens:- “This film is doing a phenomenal business at all the screens. Even in places like Gujraat the film is playing to packed houses.”

He added that the first day picked up post 5pm due to the Eid rituals but as for today even the early morning shows are housefull. ‘ The show yesterday had 25 people in the 2pm slot but at the same time today the show has 240 people! So you can imagine the buzz for the film”

Looks like it would not be wrong to expect that the second day will easily cross 2.5 crores. We would like to wish the team of ‘Jawani Phir Nahi Ani’ all the best and hope that the film emerges as the biggest grosser beating all other International films.


  1. Please note that JPNA has achieved the all time top FIRST DAY Gros for any Pakistani Film ever. The ALL TIME TOP FIRST DAY RECORD of 26.9 million still rests with Fast and Furious 7.

  2. I represent Footprint Entertainment and we represent Universal Studios exclusively in Pakistan. FF7 was released by us. FF7 had achieved 7.48 crores in the opening 3 days. So this information is coming to you from the horse’s mouth.

  3. There were no 2 PM shows on Friday due to Jummah prayers. Either you’re misquoting the guy or the information is incorrect. Thu previews of 4 million need to be factored into Friday’s collection as is the standard industry practice world over.


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