Here’s proof why Salman Khan is the most loved superstar in India

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The film, which released on Eid, June 5, has made Rs 182 crore at the box office in 10 days. Even after 11 days of its release, the Ali Abbas Zafar directorial earned Rs 6 crore on Saturday, reported Box Office India. It managed to cross the Rs 150 crore mark after minting Rs 27.29 crore on Sunday. Emerges Salman's biggest opener film ever, surpassing day 1 business of Prem Ratan Dhan Payo (Rs 40.35 crore). The mega-budget period drama was one of the highly anticipated ventures this year and thanks to some fantastic reviews and positive word of mouth, Bharat raked in Rs 180 crore in its extended week of nine days. From offering free food and auto rides much ahead of the release of Bharat, Salman's fans always express their love for the star in different ways. Not only this, its net opening weekend collection crossed Rs 100 crore. However, the India - Pakistan world cup game scheduled for tomorrow can have an impact on the collections as well. Meanwhile, Salman Khan has thanked the Indian cricket team members for watching his film in England and wished them best for their upcoming matches. It is also the biggest opener of Salman Khan to date.

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With Rs 180 crore in its opening week, Bharat also achieved the milestone of being the highest first week grosser of 2019, beating biggies like Kesari, Total Dhamaal, Gully Boy, Uri and Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi. Salman also held a special screening of Bharat for the families of those who "experienced the events of 1947 and the Partition".

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