Deepika Padukone has been giving us some amazing movies which show her dedication towards what she does! Her transformation for every role is commendable. She also has a lot of numbers of films in her kitty.

After getting delayed for a while now, Deepika Padukone’s Padmaavat finally released on January 24, 2018. The film was first supposed to release on December 1, 2017. It faced a lot of controversies from the members of Karni Sena and Rajput community but it somehow made it to the theatres.

Padmaavat Tops The Chart In Deepika Padukone's Highest 1st Weekend Earner!
Padmaavat Tops The Chart In Deepika Padukone’s Highest 1st Weekend Earner!


When it comes to the box office, she is one of the most dependable stars and has an amazing star-pull. Her highest opening weekend earner was Happy New Year which collected 108.86 crores in its first weekend at the box office.

But, now Padmaavat tops the list with 114 Crores. The movie earned well at the box office and crossed the 100 crore mark because it released on 24th January (paid previews) and full from 25th January so it had a 4 day weekend + additional paid previews.

Check out the list of Deepika Padukone’s Highest Weekend Grossers of all time:


FilmsOpening Weekend Collections
Padmaavat114.00 Cr (4 Day Weekend)
Happy New Year108.86 Cr
Chennai Express100.35 Cr (4 Day Weekend)
Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani62.11 Cr
Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela52.60 Cr
Race 251.30 Cr
Bajirao Mastani46.77 Cr
Tamasha38.23 Cr
Cocktail35.65 Cr
Desi Boyz28.25 Cr
Piku25.22 Cr

Her second movie on the list is Happy New Year while Chennai Express is in the third position with 100.35 crores (4 day weekend). It looks like the Padmaavat fever is not going to go soon!

The blitz of media coverage Padmaavat has received since December last year, a certain virtuosity has built up around the film among the masses. The anxiousness has heightened to a level that people are just waiting to throng the theatres wanting to know what all led to the controversies. This is the case despite the fact that tickets have been priced at the higher end of the spectrum.



Check This Out