Happy Birthday Aamir Khan! Brand Aamir Khan turns 53 today and the superstar has achieved almost everything in his Bollywood career that has spanned for nearly 3 decades. Popularly known as Mr. Perfectionist, Khan has the knack of being completely involved in the projects he green lights and serve the audience with the best possible film.

Khan is the believer of one of the dialogues he mouthed in 3 Idiots, “Don’t follow success, follow excellence” and that’s exactly what he does in real life. Khan is not scared of taking risks and the same has resulted in tremendous success at the Box-Office. Aamir has cracked the formula of success in this industry and his films assure of good content. It wouldn’t be wrong to call Aamir Khan the most trusted brand currently in the industry as he commands an excellent goodwill among the movie going audience.

As Khan celebrates his 53rd Birthday, here’s a glimpse at how Aamir Khan consistently raised the bar as far as the number game in the industry his concerned.

Ghajini (2008):


Ghajini was the beginning of the Aamir Khan’s Box-Office domination. The movie was the first ever Bollywood film to make an entry in the much coveted Rs 100 crore club as the film ended its run at collections close to Rs 114 crores. It became the highest grossing Hindi film of all time by shattering the record set by Dhoom 2 (2006).

3 Idiots (2009):

3 Idiots
3 Idiots

Just a year after Ghajini came the modern-day classic, 3 Idiots. Yet another Christmas release for Aamir Khan became the highest grossing Hindi film of all time. The film collected over 200 crore at the Box-Office and left each and every person in trade by shock. The film collected approximately Rs 202 crore in its lifetime run at the Box-Office.

Dhoom 3 (2013):

Dhoom 3
Dhoom 3

The record set by 3 Idiots was broken by Chennai Express in 2013, however it could not last for a long time. Four months after the release of Chennai Express came Aamir Khan’s Dhoom 3, which shattered every possible record by collecting nearly 275 crore at the Box-Office in India.

PK (2014):


After being the founder of 100 and 200 crore club at the Box-Office, Aamir Khan started the 300-crore club with PK. The Rajkumar Hirani directorial opened with glowing reviews and the same along with the audience word of mouth resulted in all records crumpling at the Box-Office. The film collected 340 crores at the Box-Office thereby shattering the previous record holder, Dhoom 3, by a substantial margin of Rs 65 crore.

Dangal (2016):

Just when everyone thought that the record set by PK would stand tall for a long time, came Aamir Khan with Dangal, which was the biopic of Mahavir Phogat. The movie opened to glowing reviews from the critics and audience, and despite being devoid of commercial trappings, Aamir Khan’s goodwill and star-power helped it set new benchmarks at the Box-Office. The film collected approximately Rs 385 crore at the Box-Office in India.

In last 10 years, Aamir Khan has acted in 7 films and 5 of them proved to be the highest grossing Hindi films of all time. Mr. Perfectionist holds the record to deliver maximum all-time grossers in the history of Bollywood and the same would stand unchallenged for a long period of time.

Here’s wishing a lot of success and happiness to Aamir Khan. Cheers!

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