Today completes the nine years of Shah Rukh Khan’s film My Name Is Khan. The film released back in 2010 and set new benchmarks in Pakistan. It became the highest grossing Hindi film of all time.

There were limited cinema screens back then and from those number of screens, this film managed to collect which many Hindi films can not collect even today. Directed by Karan Johar, the film was only behind Pakistani film Khuda Ke Liye in lifetime business back then.

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Shah Rukh Khan was at the pinnacle of his career as his films used to create new benchmarks at the boxoffice in Pakistan. The records set by this film of SRK were later surpassed by his own film DON 2 in 2011. Film also saw a very long run and still stands as one of the longest running Hindi films at cinemas.

My name is Khan

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King Khan’s recent films have failed to put up big final numbers in Pakistan other than Dilwale which was released back in 2015 and is highest grossing SRK film in Pakistan till date.

Film Trade Analyst.

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