2012 Box Office Verdict: 12 Bollywood Movies including English Vinglish and Oh My God declared Super-Hit

With 10 months of the year 2012 passing away, it is amazing to see how movies’ have fared this year. This year has indeed been a good one for Bollywood. 12 Bollywood movies have so far been declared Super-Hits, which are included from the time span of January 2012 to October 2012.

Agneepath, Ek Tha Tiger, Rowdy Rathore and Bol Bachchan Movie Posters

Agneepath, Ek Tha Tiger, Rowdy Rathore and Bol Bachchan Movie Posters

Koimoi has classified movies based on the below parameters:

Hit: Film which doubles the investment; Super-Hit: Film which more than doubles the investment; Average: Film which only recovers investment; Plus: Film which recovers investment & yields some profit; Flop: Film which loses 50% or more of investment; Losing: Film which does not recover the investment but loses less than 50% of it.

Based on these parameters, Koimoi has established that the following movies has more than just doubled the investment. We have listed starting from the highest to lowest, ranking based on estimated multiples in Returns of Investment.

January to October 2012 ( All Amount in Rupees and Crores )

Name of Movie Estimated Investment                 ( including production and promotion) Net Domestic BO Collection Multiples of Return of Investment
Kahaani

9

59.26

6.58

Vicky Donor

8

40.00

5.00

English Vinglish

13

39.50

3.04

Ek Tha Tiger

70

198.00

2.83

Barfi!

45

111.00

2.47

Housefull 2

48

114.00

2.38

Raaz 3

30

70.00

2.33

OMG Oh My God!

35

79.00

2.26

Rowdy Rathore

60

131.00

2.18

Student Of The Year

30

64.00

2.10

Agneepath

60

123.05

2.05

Bol Bachchan

50

102.00

2.04

Kahaani, Vicky Donor, English Vinglish and Barfi! Movie Posters

Kahaani, Vicky Donor, English Vinglish and Barfi! Movie Posters

The Complete Box office table for 2012 can be checked at: Box Office Movies 2012. Also koimoi.com has compiled a list of the 100 crores club and also Koimoi Top 10 – Box Office India 2012 for your ready reference.

MKS tweets at @mksmukulsharma

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6 Comments

  • irsad sk
    1 year ago | Reply

    ek tha tiger

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    2 years ago | Reply

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  • Ram Chand
    2 years ago | Reply

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    2 years ago | Reply

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  • Satya
    2 years ago | Reply

    Good analytical and measuring tool.

    Well high cost movies are required but this table also shows that there are master directors and shrewd producers who have churned out gr8 Return on Investment with controlled cost. he TOP 4 ROI proves that with more than 3 times returns.
    In this table i feel so costs are estimated high and some little lower like:
    OMG will be 30 crs
    Houseful 2 willbe 55 crs
    ROWDY RATHORE will be 45-50 crs.
    Otherwise excellent ARTICLE to read.

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