Koimoi Reader – Shivaji Singh, seems to be a complete Bollywood buff, who is more interested in the Box Office Trade and film business. Quite elaborately, the man has written to us an analysis done by himself. Take a look at it right here:
Much has been talked about 100 crores films in India and the list is ever growing with one or two films joining the list after every alternate months. Some films like Dhoom 3, Chennai Express, Krrish 3, Kick, Singham Returns have achieved this feat in 3-5 days. So is it really the barometer which has to be set to determine a historic box office success? Absolutely not! 100 crores business is passe now and one need to look at something higher like 200 crores film in India which has been achieved by only 4 film till date (3 Idiots, Chennai Express, Dhoom 3 and Kick).
It will take two or three years more for a film to cross the landmark figure of 200 crores as easily as 100 crores are doing these days. So why not for instance look at the comprehensive business of Bollywood film worldwide? Collection coming from overseas are most often sidelined and people are hardly aware of its significance in determining a film’s business. There was a time when only Shah Rukh Khan film or the film being promoted on a very high scale used to open well in overseas market, 17 SRK films in top 30 highest grossing films in overseas market depicts the monopoly he has been enjoying in this market for long but now many films are doing excellent business overseas adding to the box office success of a Bollywood film.
Bollywood saw a rapid increase in the business of films in past 5 years. Industry which was growing at 20-30% suddenly took a leap of 50% and has further grown by 100% in past years. This increase has also made Bollywood films do very well in overseas market due to the tie up with foreign studios, corporate marketing and promotions.
My Name Is Khan became the first Bollywood film to collect 100 crores at Overseas box-office and share the elite list with Lunchbox of being only films whose business in overseas has been more than that of in India. Films like 3 Idiots, Chennai Express and Dhoom 3 has also crossed $20 millions at overseas market.
So which actor rules the worldwide box office? Who is the king of box office? Which actor’s performance has been most consistent in past few years? This list will clear answer all your questions.
According to the box office collections of last 10 movies worldwide, the three Khans who dominated in 90s still hold the maximum box office potential with Shah Rukh Khan topping the list followed by Salman Khan and Aamir Khan.
Shah Rukh Khan
Much was talked about Shah Rukh Khan and his movies not able to break records in past few years but when we look into the collections of his last ten movies, he’s the only actor whose last 10 movies have consistently managed to cross 100 crores worldwide and has quiet significantly justified the tag of ‘KING KHAN’. Collections of his last ten movies are:-
– Chennai Express: 425 crores
– Jab Tak Hai Jaan: 249 crores
– Don2: 238 crores
– Ra.One: 240 crores
– My Name Is Khan: 205 crores
– Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi: 156 crores
– Om Shanti Om: 150 crores
– Chak De India: 109 crores
– Don: 103 crores
– Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna: 115 crores
TOTAL: 1990 crores
Average per films: 199 crores
He has been delivering back to back Blockbusters in India but his run at the overseas market has been pretty ordinary. While most from his last 5 movies has grossed 150 crs and more in India, it has failed to cross 75 crores at the overseas market, Kick being his highest grosser at the overseas market. Collections of his last ten movies:-
– Kick: 380 crores (expected)
– Jai Ho: 180 crores
– Dabangg 2: 255 crores
– Ek Tha Tiger: 310 crores
– Bodyguard: 228 crores
– Ready: 185 crores
– Dabangg: 216 crores
– Veer: 34 crores
– London Dreams: 30 crores
– Main Aur Mrs Khanna: 18 crores
TOTAL: 1836 crores
Average per films: 183.6 crores
He started the league of 100 crore with Ghajini and did the same for 200 crores with 3 Idiots, there was lots of expectation from Dhoom 3 to be first film to gross 300 crores in India but unfortunately it was not able to do so but became first Bollywood film to gross 500 crores and more worldwide. He is at the third spot on this list with his last ten movies collection being.
– Dhoom 3: 530 crores
– Talaash: 150 crores
– 3 Idiots: 385 crores
– Ghajini: 190 crores
– Taare Zameen Par: 90 crores
– Fanaa: 102 crores
– Rang De Basanti: 90 crores
– Mangal Pandey: 54 crores
– Dil Chahta Hai: 90 crores
– Lagaan: 58 crores
TOTAL: 1739 crores
Average per films: 173.9 crores
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