Top 10 Highest Grossing Bollywood Movies All Time

The article here talks about the 10 most highest grossing Bollywood movies of all time that have done a tremendous job at box office collection and entered the ‘100 crore club’, ‘200 crore club’, and ‘300 crore club’.

With the turnover of 300 to 400 movie releases, Bollywood Industry is growing big day by day. This can be easily marked as one of the best times for Indian Cinema where we get to see so many talented directors, story writers and actors working together and coming up with amazing work of cinema.

Every year with an increase in movie releases there is also an increase in the Box office earnings. Earlier, where we judged the success of the movie by its likability amongst the audience, now it is judged more by the box office benchmarks ‘100 crore club’, ‘200 crore club’, and ‘300 crore club’.

Movie Name Worldwide Collection (Gross)
Baahubali 2 1692.00* Cr
Sultan 584.00 Cr
Dangal 1913.00 Cr.
PK 743.00 Cr.
Bajrangi Bhaijaan 604.23 Cr.
 Dhoom 3 435.34 Cr
 Krrish 3 284.72 Cr
 Kick 360.12 Cr
 Chennai Express  227.13 Cr
Prem Ratan  Dhan Payo  306.01 Cr
 Happy New Year  245.07 Cr
3 Idiots  392 Cr

The entire list of movies above got a tremendous opening and they were loved and admired by both the audiences and the critics. Apart from winning the hearts of the audience, these movies collected a huge sum at the Box Office too.

The only pattern that we get to see in the movies is that apart from a commendable storyline and execution, the movies also feature the superstars of Bollywood in the main lead. No doubt that these actors huge fan following plays a major part in making these movies the top scorers.

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