Ae Dil Hai Mushkil becomes Karan Johar’s first big hit. The film earns Rs 112.14 cr in it’s fourth week.
Ever since the release of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, up until now, the film is making steady growths. While yes, with the film having completed four weeks at the box office, it sure is a celebration time for the cast for the figures are out and it’s a HIT! The film starring Ranbir Kapoor, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Fawad Khan in pivotal roles released during Diwali, i.e. October end. However, the film has constantly seen growth and nothing but growth! So much that it has become Ranbir’s second and Karan Johar’s first biggest hit. Can you believe it? Being one of the most celebrated directors of Bollywood, the filmmaker’s first biggest hit is his directorial with RK Jr! We just got an update of the film’s progress and the film has been announced as a hit.

Trade Analyst Taran Adarsh took to Twitter to state the fourth week scores of the film at the box office. “#ADHM [Week 4] Fri 21 lacs, Sat 40 lacs, Sun 52 lacs, Mon 20 lacs, Tue 19 lacs, Wed 21 lacs, Thu 20 lacs. Total: ₹ 112.14 cr. India biz. HIT” He also stated how this film is the second highest grosser for Ranbir while it’s KJo’s first hit. “#ADHM [Week 4] emerges Ranbir Kapoor’s *second highest* grosser, after #YJHD… KJo’s *highest* grosser, as director… HIT… India biz.” Clearly, it has emerged as one of the highest earned films of this year. As you can already see, the film has managed to surpass it’s competition, Shivaay by a huge margin. While Ajay Devgn’s action flick is still dragging itself closer towards entering the 100 cr club, ADHM has earned a good number.
Currently the film now has competition with Alia Bhatt, Shah Rukh Khan’s Dear Zindagi. The film just released today and by the reviews going around, it sure looks like a bright start for the stars. Will DZ affect ADHM’s earnings? As you can see, the film somehow dragged itself towards Rs 112 crs in its fourth week

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