Shaitaan Box Office collection so far: Ajay Devgn and R Madhavan starrer nears Rs.150 crore mark

Shaitaan’s net total collection so far is Rs 128.76 crore, and it is expected to cross Rs 150 crore easily.

Shaitaan, Vikas Bahl’s horror film, debuted at the box office on March 8 to positive reviews from both audiences and reviewers. After a long time, a Hindi horror film has made its mark and is causing a stir at the box office. R Madhavan delivers a superb performance as the villain, while Ajay Devgn plays the lead.

On its opening day in India, the film grossed Rs 14.50 crore across all languages. And now the film is preparing to reach the Rs 150 crore club.


Shaitaan just crossed the Rs 100 crore mark at the domestic box office. The film is currently in its third week at the box office. The film’s earnings have decreased slightly, but it is still performing well. According to Bollywood Hungama, it grossed Rs 81.60 crore in its first week and Rs 117.68 crore in its second.

According to Sacnilk estimates, Shaitaan may earn Rs 3.21 crore on the 18th day. It is assumed that the festival mood of Holi contributed to the film’s box-office success.

The film’s current net total collection is Rs 128.76 crore, and it is expected to comfortably cross the Rs 150 crore barrier. According to sources, Shaitaan is one of the top-grossing films in the third week and may continue to do well till Eid.

Shaitaan is a remake of the Gujarati film Vash, produced by Jio Studios, Ajay Devgn Films, and Panorama Studios International. The horror drama is produced by Ajay Devgn, Jyoti Deshpande, Kumar Mangat Pathak, and Abhishek Pathak. Devi Sri Prasad handles the music department.

Shaitaan’s cast includes Ajay Devgn, R Madhavan, Jyotika, Janki Bodiwala, and Anngad Raaj. Jyotika’s first Bollywood film in 25 years. The actress made her debut in 1997 with Doli Saja Ke Rakhna, opposite Akshaye Khanna. She stepped into the Tamil film industry and established herself as a popular actress in the South. She also starred in Little John, a bilingual film, in 2001.