2.0 Box Office: Superstar Akshay Kumar is on a roll since quite a long time. Talking about this year, the actor had back-to-back successes in his kitty with PadMan and Gold. Now with 2.0, the actor is continuing his winning streak and may beat Shah Rukh Khan in the Koimoi’s Power Index.


2.0 (Hindi dubbed version) is the 10th addition to the list of Akshay Kumar’s 100 crore movies, which includes Toilet – Ek Prem Katha (134.25 crores), Rowdy Rathore (133 crores), Airlift (129 crores), Rustom (128 crores), Jolly LLB 2 (117 crores), Housefull 2 (116 crores), Holiday (113 crores), Housefull 3 (109 crores) and Gold (105 crores), thus accounting for 1000 points in star ranking.

2.0 Box Office: After Overtaking Ajay Devgn, Akshay Kumar To Beat Shah Rukh Khan In Koimoi's Power Index?
2.0 Box Office: After Overtaking Ajay Devgn, Will Akshay Kumar Beat Shah Rukh Khan In Koimoi’s Power Index?

Yesterday, Khiladi overtook Ajay Devgn, who has 900 points under his name. Currently, Akshay holds the fourth position in star ranking and has equivalent 1000 points as of superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who is at the third place (SRK is at 3rd position as he has two 200 crore films in his kitty).

If 2.0 manages to cross the 200 crores at the box office, it will bag 200 points (deducting 100 points from 100 crore club and adding 200 points in 200 crore club) for Akki (Which will take his total points to 1100) and might replace SRK for the third position.


2.0 standing at the grand total of 122.50 crores, has every chance to hit the double century at the box office, given the word-of-mouth and meagre competition from upcoming Kedarnath.

Here’s How We Calculate Star Ranking

  • 100 Crs Points: 100 x Number Of Films In The 100 Crore Club
  • 200 Crs Points: 200 x Number Of Films In The 200 Crore Club
  • 300 Crs Points: 300 x Number Of Films In The 300 Crore Club
  • Overseas Points: 50 x Number Of Films In Top 10 Highest Overseas Grossers
  • In Case Of Tie, The Position Is Given Based On The Collections Of The Star’s Respective Film

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Rank100 Crs Pts200 Crs Pts300 Crs Pts500 Crs PtsOverseas PtsTotal
1. Salman Khan9006009001002500
2. Akshay Kumar1200600001800
3. Aamir Khan2004006002501450
4. Ajay Devgn900400001300
5. Shah Rukh Khan500400050950
6. Hrithik Roshan4002003000900
7. Ranveer Singh30020030050850
8. Prabhas200005000700
9. Ranbir Kapoor30003000600
10. Shahid Kapoor020030050550
11.Tiger Shroff1003000400
12. Varun Dhawan400000400
13. Ayushmann Khurrana3000050350
14. Saif Ali Khan10020000300
15. Vicky Kaushal 020000200
16. Sushant Singh Rajput200000200
17. John Abraham200000200
18. Rajkummar Rao100000100
19. Kartik Aaryan100000100
20. Sidharth Malhotra100000100
21. Arjun Kapoor100000100
22. Farhan Akhtar100000100




  1. I dont see logic behind calculating only Hindi version collection in the mark. If I have watched in Tegulu or Tamil, I am not going to watch it in Hindi. It is disadvantage to the movies getting released in more than one language Technically 2.0 collections from Telangana, Karnataka, Andhra and Tamil Nadu are near nill because it is mostly watched in regional language there. Whereas movies like Dangal, PK, etc people watched in Hindi in all these states.

    A movie is is a movie it doesn’t matter which language you are watching it in.

    Power index should not be based on collection because it is quantitative. It should be qualitative and should be more intelligent formula like: Collections by number prints. If a movie is released in 1000 prints and another is leased in 5000 prints, it is natural 5000 prints might score more collections. 5000 prints shows power index of producer and budget. Average collection per print/screen shows true power of star.

    Second factor is movies like Race 3 and Jai Ho collected 100 crores but they came out as flop however movies with modest budget are coming out super hit. ROI on movies should be another factor to consider Power Index. If your ROI is not high and producers and distributor are losing money, then it cannot be added in power index.

    • I agree.
      If this would be by the quality of movies and counted movies after 2010, Akshay would come first, and only a few actors would have made it to the list. Salman and SRK would be nowhere in the list.


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