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Most of the Movies from Salman Khan are tailor-made to meet the needs of commercial entertainment lovers, and his latest flick "Sultan" has also followed the same route.

The film which reached the big screens on July 06, 2016 as a part of Ramazan, showcases Sallu in the most rogue avatar, and we will love his mannerisms in this flick for sure.

The director has showcased the Muscle Khan in the role of a valiant wrestler who is now going through his middle ages.

Box-Office Prediction:

According to renowned business expert and critic Taran Adarsh, things will be much bigger and mightier as the "Wanted" star is coming on this Eid.

Trade experts have already started predicting the box-office verdict of this film, and they believe that this large budget outing will gross more than Rs 300 Crore by the end of the long first weekend.

He added that Salman's crowd pulling ability is increasing day by day, and collections will be more than any Bollywood flicks which hit the multiplexes in the recent times.

First day audience :

Reports that are getting out of the cinemas suggest that the first part is action-bound and enjoyable, while the second is a bit dull. The wrestling scenes are not that awesome.

The project has created enormous hype among the audiences; thanks for the top-rated teasers and music which were unveiled recently.

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Playhouses all around India have witnessed huge opening pull, and major centers have marked an attendance of more than 90 percentage.

Anuska Sharma has done the character of Sallu's heroine in this outing. She has successfully enacted the daring role of a lady wrestler and her chemistry with the lead actor has received a positive response from all corners.

The movie is expected to fare well in the overseas market too. In the U.S. Salman has a huge fan following, and this will make the total figures even larger as the weekend collections get finalized.

As the initial reviews growing out from the halls are emphatic in nature, we can easily conclude that Salman will rule the following days, and he has already set storms in the Indian cinema halls.