Salman Khan's most anticipated movie of the year "Sultan" is all set to make its way to the screens on July 06, 2016. 

The final leg promotional works of the film are now going on at a steady speed, and the lead actors are attending press meets and events. 

Ali Abbaas Zafar, the director of this outing, confirmed the release news through his official Twitter handle. He tweeted that this expected cinema will reach the theaters on the auspicious occasion of Eid. 

This Sallu movie will enjoy a five day weekend as it gets released on Wednesday.

B-Town trade analyst Taran Adarrsh hopes that this flick will get a massive opening at the Indian box-office. 

He believes that this outing will break all opening weekend collection records, and it includes the gigantic total created by "Bahubali." 

The advance booking for "Sultan" started from Sunday.


In all probabilities, most of the tickets in multiplexes and other A class movie halls will get booked within hours.

If you wish to book the pass for the first show, then it is very much recommended to try for them in the opening hours.

According to reports, this action extravaganza will be launched in more than 4200 theaters worldwide. If this project succeeds in managing 75% or more attendance in all the centers, then achieving the elite 100 Cr mark may happen in a matter of hours.

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The movie may break all time gross figures if it receives positive acclaim from viewers. 

The Overseas performance of this film is also expected to be great considering the large number of Salmann fans in the U.S and the U.K

Salman has enacted the character of a daring wrestler in this film.

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The first look teasers and trailers were opened to positive responses, and audiences all over the nation praised the Superstar for his perfect body shape and unique mannerisms.

Young heroine Anushka Sharma has also done the role of a wrestling star in the film. The wrestling scenes of Anushka are another major highlight which will compel entertainment buffs to buy tickets for this picture.