There are four Indian films that are in the prestigious club of ₹ 1000 crore, with director Prashant Neel’s action film marking the latest entry into the thousand crore club.
Even after three weeks theatrical release, KGF 2’s box office numbers are growing by leaps and bounds, the film in just 22 days garnered ₹ 1109 crores worldwide and Neel’s director is expected to cross paths with Rajamouli’s RRR lifetime business soon.
Both films, released in 2022, are new entries into the thousand crore club. Now that the two are joining the club, there are three South Indian films that are in the thousand crore club with the top spot reclaimed by Dangal from Hindi cinema.
It seems impossible for either of the two films to cross the lifetime business of the first two holders of the Dangal position (₹ 2024 crore) and Baahubali 2 (₹ 1810 crore), although it remains to be seen who will be the bigger player between the two (KGF 2 and RRR) as both still attract footsteps at the counters.
Speaking of pitch, the two movies have a viewership of 4.5 crore so far, while Dangal and Baahubali 2 had 4 crore and 12 crore respectively. Let us inform you that Dangal had collected more than half of its overall collection in China, that’s why there is a decrease in its step count as it earned less than the other three films in India.
Currently, Rajamouli’s RRR ranking in third place with a total collection of ₹ 1127 crores (42 days), the film holds the record for highest-grossing Indian opening-day film with first-day collections of ₹ 235Cr+ crude.
And Yash featured KGF 2 is the latest entry in the ₹ 1000 crore club with total collection of ₹ 1109 Cr+ in 22 days the film released the most in the northern belt, the Hindi dubbed version of the film became the second highest grossing Hindi film in the domestic market, leaving behind all the big money spinners Bollywood films Dangal, PK, Sanju, etc.
The Hindi version of the Sandalwood release also holds the record for the most rude Hindi on the opening day, raking ₹ 53.95 crores on day one. Four versions of the film crossed the ₹ 100 crores comprising of Karnatak, Tamil, Telugu and Hindi, with Hindi taking the lead with a whopping Rs 400 Cr.
Here are the brief box office reports of ₹ 1000 Cr Club Indian Movies:
Release date:December 23, 2016
Budget: ₹ 70 crores
BOC WW (Raw): ₹ 2112 crores
Domestic BOC (gross): ₹ 538.03 Cr
2- Bahahubali 2
Release date: April 28, 2017
Budget: ₹ 250 crores
BOC WW (Raw): ₹ 1810 crores
Domestic BOC (Raw): ₹ 1429 credits
BOC hindi (net): ₹ 510.99 crores
Release date: March 25, 2022
Budget: ₹ 550 crores
BOC WW (Raw): ₹ 1127 crores** (42 days)
Domestic BOC (Gross): ₹ 890.3 crore** (41 days)
BOC Hindi (Net): ₹ 261.83 crore** (31 days)
4- KGF 2
Release date: April 14, 2022
Budget: ₹ 100 crores
BOC WW (Raw): ₹ 1109 crore** (22 days)
Domestic BOC (Gross): ₹ 913.4 crore** (21 days)
BOC Hindi (Net): ₹ 397.95 crore** (22 days)
Warning: The figures above are based on various sources and our extensive research, however, we do not guarantee the authenticity of the data in any way, although readers should acknowledge that we have made every effort to provide you with the accurate BO collections .