The Film Chaar Sahibzaade has emerged as the biggest film in Indian Film history which wasn’t cover it’s cost. Punjabi audiences worldwide have carried the film strong into it’s 6th week and is still going strong at the box office. The film is expected to pass the 60 Crore mark which will be more then double for any Indian Animation Film in History. The film’s response has been so tremendous that distributors cut screens of major Bollywood films to make room for film “Chaar Sahibzaade.”
Here is a look at some of the records the film Broke:
1. Highest Rated Indian Film of all Films in History with an Unprecedented rating of (9.8).
2. Highest Rated film in world film history passing the Lion King (8.9) by 1 whole point.
3. Highest Grossing Punjabi Film Ever leaving Jatt and Juliet 2 (Previous Record Holder) far behind.
4. Only Film to run in over 82 screens in Punjab with 150 screens in India and a Record 150+ Screen in it’s 5th Week and still hanging strong.
5. Highest grossing Animation Film in Indian History with earnings triple the previous record holder “Tin-Tin.”
6. All Time Grossing Indian Film in Canada
7. All Time Grossing Indian Film in UK
8. Top 5 grossing Indian Film in New Zealand and Australia All Time
9. Top 5 Grossing Indian Film in USA All Time
10. All Time Grossing Indian Film in countries where usually Indian films don’t screen such as Philiphines, Sweden, Singapore.
11. Only Indian Film to play in over 30 Countries.
12. Per Screen Average Higher then any Indian Film in Overseas History
13. Only film in History where free shows were booked.
14. Only Film in Indian History to be seen by the most viewers for the First Time.
15. Only Film to Record House Fulls past the 5th Week Worldwide
16. Only Film In Indian Film History to have it’s name Trend on Twitter for over 2 weeks.
17. The film had such a high positive word of mouth that demand was increasing by the hour, unseen ever before.
18. Highest grossing Punjabi Film in South India History
19. Only film to match first week earnings total
20. Tax Free in Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, and Delhi