Dunki Box Office Collection Day 10: Shah Rukh Khan starrer moves at a sluggish pace, yet to reach the Rs 200 crore mark

    Take a look at the box office collections for the Shah Rukh Khan starrer Dunki for the 10th day. 

    A still from the Dunki trailer

    A still from the Dunki trailer

    The Shah Rukh Khan starrer Dunki marked the superstar’s third offering for the year. While expectations were high for this one too, it failed to perform as magnanimously like the actor’s previous two blockbusters Pathaan and Jawan. On its 10th day, the movie has again minted single-digit numbers and is moving at a snail’s pace at the box office.

    According to a news report in Sacnilk, Dunki earned Rs 9.25 crore on its 10th day which was a Saturday (December 30). The total collections of the movie at the Indian box office now stands at Rs 176.47 crore. The Rajkumar Hirani directorial had a total occupancy of 28.11% on its 10th day.

    Dunki marks the first association of Shah Rukh and Hirani. The movie also stars Boman Irani, Taapsee Pannu, Vikram Kochhar and Anil Grover in pivotal roles along with Vicky Kaushal in a cameo appearance. The movie is based on the concept of ‘Donkey Flight’ which is an illegal manner through which immigrants travel abroad without a passport or a visa. The movie opened to mixed reviews from the masses and critics alike. It is also receiving tough competition from the Prabhas starrer Salaar at the box office.

    Desimartini’s review for Dunki read, “Shah Rukh Khan is in his element, especially in the first half where he plays the younger Hardy. His dialogue-delivery, expressions and emotions are on point. There’s an effortless nonchalance with which he portrays even the most complex emotions on screen and it’s a treat for his loyal fans to watch him doing what he does best. Whether it’s his drunken monologue, his meltdown in a courtroom or even when he’s simply running to win a race – it’s a delicious delight to watch him on screen that one can never get enough of. Even where the writing doesn’t give him enough material to play with, he tries his level best to uplift the scene with his superior act.”