Highest Boxoffice collection movies
Here we are talking about some of the films which even crossed this astronomical number by huge treads. Read on to find the top 10 highest box office collection movies in India. Here is our list…
- Baahubali 2: The Conclusion – ₹1,416.9 crore
This epic combination of fantasy and action drama is no wonder on top of the list. The Tollywood masterpiece effortlessly drew people from all parts of India, all with one hauntingly curious question its predecessor left open for interpretation. The answer to the troubling ‘why Katappa killed the favourite protagonist Baahubali?’ had given many fans numerous sleepless nights. So a rush to the second installment was only inevitable. The movie set the unique record of earning ₹800 crore in the first 6 days of its release! That is even more than the total earning of any Indian film so far. The film has even enjoyed the international attention. It was premiered at the British Film Institute and even inaugurated the 39th Moscow International Film Festival.
- Dangal – ₹587 crore
This 2016 biographical sports drama struck a chord with the audience owing to the fact it touched some very real life issues. This Aamir Khan produced film shows a father’s effort to train his two daughters to become world class wrestlers. The story shows determination and the societal operation they faced at various points in their life. The film received heavy praise from critics and the public alike. The movie also managed to exert some international presence with its screening at Beijing film festival. The movie was honored with the best film award at the 62nd Filmfare Awards.
- Baahubali: The Beginning- ₹518.94 crore
The third on our list is none other than the first installment of the Baahubali itself. What brought people to it for the first time was the flawless portrayal of ancient India in a war scene, bolstered effortlessly by powerful dialogues and of course, Oscar-worthy performances by the stars. This S. S. Rajamouli directed film was originally shot in a mix of Tamil and Telugu but later dubbed in Hindi and other languages, after seeing its phenomenal response. And we are thankful for that!
- PK – ₹489 crore
What happens when an adult person asks questions with childlike curiosity? It turns out to be a super duper hit. Aamir Khan in the title role depicts an alien which comes down to Earth for research purposes. Soon an adventurous journey of laughter ensues. Various issues like blind faith in religious superstitions and beliefs were put under scanner and all through heavy use of heavy satire. The film was released in numerous international markets and went on to be ranked number 3 in its opening week at the worldwide Box Office.
- Bajrangi Bhaijaan – ₹432.46 crore
This Kabir Khan directed comedy drama is about a kindhearted Hindu man who finds a mute Pakistani Girl separated from her parents while on a trip to India. Now it is up to our muscular Salman Khan to take the little girl back to her hometown. The ride and the journey after they stepped into the neighboring country is surely something which people won’t like to miss. That got confirmed from the first-week profits of the movie, for it earned ₹200 crore in the first 9 days of its release. The story was definitely the TRP of the film and bagged it the 61st Filmfare’s award for the best story.
- Sultan – ₹421.25 crore
This is a sure shot classic take about a wrestler who must fight all odds and make his name in the world. Salman Khan brings about all kinds of genres in the film- action, emotion and romance, during the 170 minutes. Songs like ‘Baby Ko Bass Pasand Hai’ and ‘Jag Ghoomeya’, which became instant hits and of course the brand of Salman Khan, helped the movie earn its title of top grossing movies of all times. One also sees Anushka Sharma in her strong wrestler avatar, which was also hard to miss. This Ali Abbas Zafar gem also saw a lot of business in the overseas market as well.
- Dhoom 3 – ₹372 crore
Nobody could stay away from the glamour and the enormous style quotient the movie exuded. Bikes and babes (erm, may be some magic tricks too?) were considered a sure shot formula to pour in money at the Box Office, credit goes to the success of its prequels. Produced under the banner of Yash Raj, the movie was breaking records left and right in 2013 and managed to gross ₹4 billion in just 10 days of the opening. It also grabbed the title of highest grossing Bollywood movie of all times in the world markets.
- Krrish 3- ₹320 crore
Now, who doesn’t like a little dose of science fiction when it is delivered by none other than the country’s heartthrob Hrithik Roshan himself! The movie revolves around how Hrithik and his father would save the world from the evil of Kaya, a dark glamorous portrayal by Kangana Ranaut. The father-son duo of Rakesh and Hrithik Roshan previously too charmed the public, but Krrish 3 definitely takes the cake. For one, the film fared better than its predecessors at both domestic and international box office and even got admired better.
- Kick – ₹309.89 crore
Salman Khan was definitely the TRP of this film who breathed life into this remake of a Telugu film. A probably bored youngster who couldn’t find enough motivation in a normal gentleman life turned to the world of crime so that he could get some ‘kicks’ out of it. The film was a success from the very first day, where it earned the highest box office collectionon a non-holiday release, coming second only to Dhoom 3. The film did especially well in the USA, Canada and the UK-Ireland region.
- Prem Ratan Dhan Payo -₹305 crore
A game of power and money set in the much adored royal families of India and the unignorable charm of Salman Khan and Sonam Kapoor are ingredients of this Bollywood hit. The romantic tone of the movie is set straight by the impressive music score and again Salman Khan. This Rajshri productions drama was also distributed by the Fox Star Studios. The film lucked into huge profit at both Indian and international box office, collecting ₹40.35 crore on its very first day!
By far Baahubali 2 is reigning the list, with Dangal hovering at a distant second. Let’s see if we could hear some new records breaking in 2018. Here’s hoping!