Farah Khan's latest movie Happy New Year starring Shahrukh Khan and Deepika Padukone among others has been the leading name at Indian Box Office since its release.
Co-produced by Shahrukh Khan, the movie Happy New Year
starring SRK, Deepika Padukone, Abhishek Bachchan, Sonu Sood, Boman
Irani and Vivaan Shah broke all records with a Box Office
collection of Rs 44.97 crores on its opening day.
Soon Happy New Year became the fastest Bollywood film
to get into the 100 crore club with an excellent Box Office
business of Rs 31.60 crores on Saturday followed by Rs 32.29 crores
ob Sunday. Thus, SRK's Happy New Year made a total
collection of Rs 108.86 crores in just three days at the domestic
However, Happy New Year's Box Office revenue witnessed
a drastic fall with the start of the first weekday as the movie
could rake in just Rs 15 crores on Monday that is on fourth
And now as per the early estimates, Farah Khan directed
Happy New Year's fifth day Box Office collection on
Tuesday further declined and the film made a business of Rs 13
crores (approx) on Tuesday.
It is being assumed that the negative reviews that the film
received has hampered the Box Office business which is why
Happy New Year's business has dropped by more than 50
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earning movies of Shahrukh Khan...
Chennai Express became the highest grossing Bollywood film
in India and around the world, collecting 3.95 billion by the
end of its run.
Om Shanti Om
Om Shanti Om nett grossed Rs 984.2 million in India. It was
declared a Blockbuster in the domestic market.
Jab Tak Hai Jaan
Jab Tak Hai Jaan grossed Rs 2.11 billion worldwide. Box
Office India declared the film a hit in India and a blockbuster
In overseas markets, Ra One earned the highest
three-day and five-day opening weekends among the Bollywood
releases of 2011
My Name Is Khan
It grossed Rs 1.10 billion domestically while the overseas
performance of the film has been record breaking. The film's
worldwide collections reached Rs 2.14 billion.
The film grossed Rs 147 million from its Hindi version in the
process becoming the third-highest opening-day grossing Indian
film and the highest opening-day grossing film on a non-holiday
Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge
Earning over Rs 1.06 billion in India and Rs 160 million
overseas, the film became the biggest Bollywood hit of
the year and second highest grossing of the 1990s.
Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham
The film went on to become the second highest grosser of 2001
domestically, netting Rs 470 million in India, and earning
Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna
Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna saw a record opening at many cities
in India and generated Rs 600 million in the first week
itself. Although it is one of Johar's lowest-grossing film
according to net collections, the film was declared a 'Hit' by Box