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Top Bollywood Grossers of all time (Worldwide)

Box Office India’s list of Top Bollywood Grosser of all time (worldwide). Aamir Khan’s 3 Idiots which released in 2009, remains the biggest grosser ever (inflation not adjusted). The Rajkumar Hirani film is followed by four Salman Khan money-spinners – Ek Tha Tiger (only the second film to cross 300 crores), Dabangg 2, Bodyguard and Dabangg. Salman is closely followed by Shahrukh Khan, who also has 4 films in the Top 10 – his last release Jab Tak Hai Jaan, Don 2, Ra One and My Name Is Khan.

Rowdy Rathore vs Dabangg – Which is your pick?

Rowdy Rathore is the first ‘Blockbuster’ of 2012 and is running successfully all over in it’s 4th week. The film is now being referred to as Akshay Kumar’s Dabangg! Although the response to both films was similar, Rowdy Rathore is unlikely to go past the lifetime collections of Dabangg (140 crores). But that could well be due to competition from new releases every week – from films like Shanghai, Ferrari Ki Sawaari and Teri Meri Kahaani.

Rowdy Rathore: 100 crores in India

Rowdy Rathore is on a historic run at the box-office.  In 10 days, the film has crossed the 100 crore mark and should go past Agneepath, the biggest grosser of the year so far, in Week 3. After a huge first week of 78 crores, the film continued it’s smashing run with a 22 crore second weekend – which is the third highest ever after 3 Idiots and Dabangg. The second weekend is also the biggest of the year, ahead of Agneepath by 6.5 crores and Housefull 2 by 2.5 crores.  

Biggest ever Sunday for Rowdy Rathore beats Dabangg

The original ‘Khiladi’ of Bollywood is back! Rowdy Rathore has smashed box-office records on Sunday as the film has beaten the first Sunday collections of Bodyguard and Dabangg. Full list below! Note: Some films had extended 4 – 5 day weekends, due to which the first Sunday was not the third day after release. In some cases, Sunday wasn’t the first holiday of the

Rowdy Rathore Movie Review

It’s been more than 7 years, since we saw Akshay Kumar in an out-an-out action film. Known as the ‘Khiladi of Bollywood’ for his popular Khiladi films in the 90s, Akki returns to what he does best – bash the baddies on screen. In Rowdy Rathore, directed by Prabhu Deva who last directed Wanted, Akshay has a double-role. He plays Siva (the smart thief) and Vikram Rathore