Here’s a list of all box office records that Punjab Nahi Jaungi has broken in the first 10 days!

We cannot vouch for the authenticity of these box office numbers given by independent box office tracking site Box Office Detail. However, until we have some official box-office tracking system in Pakistan this is all we have got. The numbers are also revised at times and hence you may observe fluctuations.

Punjab Nahi Jaungi is having a dream run at the box office and is rewriting history with each passing day. The romantic drama starring Humayun Saeed, Mehwish Hayat and Urwa Hocane released in cinemas worldwide this Eid-ul-Azha and in the first ten days itself has broken quite a few records. Heres a list:

  1. Fastest 30 crores worldwide!
    It is the first film to cross the 30 crore mark in ten days and the fourth film to hit the 30 crore mark, other films include Jawani Phir Nahi Ani, Waar, and Bin Roye.
  2. Fastest 20 crores worldwide!
    -It is the first film to hit the 20 crore mark in its first week!
  3.  Biggest overseas collections!
    The film took the UK by storm and raked in record numbers, while also did well at the other key markets. The film has collected approximately 13 cr+ in its first ten days from the international market and that is definitely a record. Bin Roye collected 19 cr from the international market in its entire run, and that record will soon be broken too it seems.

The film is doing extremely well on the local front and has collected about 17 crores in the first ten days. Now the film hasn’t been able to score the biggest opening at the local front where Jawani Phir Nahi Ani is leading as it made about 19 crores in the first ten days, but then hey it was a solo release. But it seems that PNJ will soon catch up and emerge as the biggest success at the local box office too. Heres congratulating the makers on this phenomenal success whereby the film has earned about 30 crores worldwide in the first ten days.

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