List Of 100 Crore Club Bollywood Movies So Far

100 CRORE CLUB BOLLYWOOD MOVIES
100 CRORE CLUB BOLLYWOOD MOVIES

100 Crore Club Bollywood Movies

What is this 100-crore film, which seems to have become the new benchmark in Bollywood, and what makes producers and distributors try to smash the barrier without leaving any stone unturned? Why has the Bollywood 100 crore club movies list become an essential component in an actor’s CV to create him as a “bankable” star? Is the 100-crore film an illusion and an impeccable creation of PR machinery? Or is it a consequence of a change in the film trade economy?

Although this exclusive and highly aspiring club belongs to only a handful of Bollywood movies, the hype preceding the release of any other big-budget movie has its mention. The term has become relatively widespread, and it is talked about by everyone from the commoner lining the street that leads to Film City to the spot boy on the set.

For all those looking to know the name of the 100 Club Bollywood Movies, this is where your search ends. We have created that list that contains the name of more than 50+ movies along with their box office collection. The list is in the ascending order, so if you want to know the name of the name that scored the highest, all you have to do is scroll down till the end and you will find the name of the movie. Also, you must click on the links given on this page as they have more information regarding the best movies that you should watch and the ones that you shouldn’t.

All Time 25+ Highest Grossing Bollywood Movies That Ruled Globally By Gross Box Office Collection

Here are some factors at work:

Increased Ticket Prices

At a theater today, the average ticket size is Rs 140-150, compared to Rs 60-65 in single-screen theatres. Prices at premium chains such as Inox and PVR can be as high as Rs 300-350 on weekends (Friday-Sunday), which generates nearly 80 percent of a film’s theatrical revenue. Multiplex operators are implementing a 10-15 percent increase in ticket prices on festive weekends. The rate is also higher for 3D-films. 

Growth of Multiplexes

In the last five years, multiplexes have expanded phenomenally and changed the nature of the film industry. This has led to a significant rise in the 100 Crore Club Bollywood Movies. There are nearly 1,400 multiplex screens [India has 12,900 screens] that make up almost 70-75 percent of the box office revenue for a film.

Digital Prints and Wider Releases

Both are associated. With digital technologies being introduced, more and more displays are digitized from analog in India. With a large number of prints, this allows producers to have a much broader distribution of their films.

Extended Weekends/Festivals

Most of the 100 crore club Bollywood movies have made good use of long weekends and festivals where the audience drops in big numbers, and the repeat value of a film is high. Producers also sacrificed a Friday (which was once holy as a release day) and changed their strategies by clubbing them with the usual three-day weekend to make the most of the festivities.

100 Crore Club Bollywood Movies List

Movie  Box Office Collection
Raid 100.05 Crore
Bol Bachchan 100.36 Crore
2 States 101.61 Crore
Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety 102 Crore
Jab Tak Hain Jaan 102 Crore
ABCD 2 102.36 Crore
Gold 104.14 Crore
Barfi 106 Crore
Don 2 106.22 Crore
Ae Dil hai Mushkil 107.25 Crore
Jolly LLB 2 107.4 Crore
Housefull 3 107.54 Crore
Golmaal 3 107.56 Crore
Jai Ho 107.71 Crore
Dhoni (Hindi) 109.14 Crore
Bhaag Milkha Bhaag 109.18 Crore
Holiday 112.4 Crore
Housefull 2 112.88 Crore
Ram Leela 112.96 Crore
Badri Ki Dulhania 114.1 Crore
Ghajini 114.67 Crore
Ra One 114.78 Crore
Rustom 116 Crore
Tubelight 117.2 Crore
Judwaa 2 119.75 Crore
Agneepath 120 Crore
Raazi 120.45 Crore
Ready 121.26 Crore
Airlift 123.34 Crore
Stree 125.11 Crore
Badhaai Ho 130.95 Crore
Raees 131.65 Crore
Rowdy Rathore 131.71 Crore
Toilet Ek Prem Katha 131.78 Crore
Gully Boy 134.3 Crore
Dabangg 3 134.75 Crore
Dream Girl 136.5 Crore
Chhichore 138.9 Crore
Singham Returns 139.96 Crore
Bang Bang (Hindi) 141.14 Crore
Dabangg 141.24 Crore
Dilwale 142.29 Crore
Bodyguard 143.06 Crore
Thugs of Hindostan 143.25 Crore
Super 30 143.55 Crore
Tanu Weds Manu returns 148.47 Crore
Total Dhamaal 149.7 Crore
Dabangg 2 150 Crore
Kesari 153 Crore
Baaghi 2 158.2 Crore
Good Newwz 159-160 Crore
Race 3 169.15 Crore
Happy New Year 176.81 Crore
Bajirao Mastani 177.64 Crore
Krrish 3 181.03 Crore
Yeh Jawani Hain Deewani 185.83 Crore
Ek Tha Tiger 186.25 Crore
2.0 187.79 Crore
PRDP 189.46 Crore
Mission Mangal 193.2 Crore
Bharat 201.3 Crore
3 Idiots 202.57 Crore
Housefull 4 202.6 Crore
Golmaal Again 203.17 Crore
Chennai Express 208.44 Crore
Kick 216.84 Crore
Simmba 240.1 Crore
Uri 243.24 Crore
Dhoom 3 (Hindi) 262.35 Crore
Tanhaji 270 Crore
Kabir Singh 273.2 Crore
Padmavaat 284.68 Crore
War 299.05 Crore
Sultan 300.22 Crore
Bajrangi Bhaijaan 318.14 Crore
PK 330.83 Crore
Tiger Zinda Hai 336.15 Crore
Sanju 336.19 Crore
Dangal (Hindi) 372.86 Crore
Baahubali 2 ( Hindi) 500 Crore

 

Flop Movies Of 2019 You Should Avoid Watching

Some theories need to be bustled around the 100 crore club Bollywood movies. The gross revenue reduces after deducting entertainment tax (35 percent); the exhibitor’s share of 49-52 percent (depending on the week) from the new sum decreases the producer’s share. It’s uncommon when a producer succeeds in pocketing a profit on their film.

Hit Movies Of 2019 You Must Watch Today

All of these elements create a Bollywood 100 crore club movies list. The era of silver jubilees and golden jubilees that measured a film’s success or failure is over. Today, a film’s destiny is sealed on the opening day itself, or at most, the first week. The most massive movies at the theatres have a run of just three to four weeks as more and more new releases knock at the door and gradually drive the incumbent out.

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