According to the reports, with an opening of ₹53.35 crores, the Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff-starrer action-drama crossed the mark of ₹300 crores on Day 20.
War might be performing exceptionally well at the box office but it opened to mixed reviews.
Mumbai: Hrithik Roshan has had an awesome year with both his movies turning out to be major successes at the box office with Super 30 and now WAR. "It is absolutely sensational that War has entered the Rs 300 crore club".
The nett domestic collection of the film after 21 days stands at 305.95 crores. The gross domestic collection of the movie stands at 361 crores. The film has now turn out to be the best grossing Hindi film of 2019 adopted by Kabir Singh on second place, Uri - The Surgical Strike on third place, Salman Khan's Bharat at quantity four place and Akshay Kumar starrer Mission Mangal on the fifth place. The film is now the 10th highest worldwide box office grosser. In a statement, Roshan said, "I'm delighted that our labour of love, blood and sweat has created so many milestones during the course of its run at the box office". The film has received superb response from the auddience. The movie has set new records at the Box Office, and is unstoppable at the ticket counters. The trainer has now revealed that Hrithik not only had pains but "genuine medical problems" while working on action sequences for his latest hit, War.