Airlift movie just becomes the first Bollywood blockbuster to enter the 100 crore club in 2016. Akshay Kumar starrer got the Box Office registers ringing and the makers can't be anymore happy.
The film is not the first to enter the 100 crore club but it has also created several other Box Office records. While the viewers loved the film, it did face a lot of criticism from real life war survivors, nonetheless, Airlift has minted money and that is more important.
1st movie of 2016
Airlift is the 1st movie of 2016 to enter the 100 crore club.
Airlift is the 39th highest grosser of Bollywood so far.
100 crore club
Airlift is the 43rd movie to enter the 100 crore club.
With Airlift, @akshaykumar has now 4 movies in the 100 crore club.
100 plus crore movies
Akshay Kumar 's 100 plus crore movies are #Airlift, #Holiday, #RowdyRathore, #Housefull2.
@NimratOfficial makes her debut in the 100 crore club with #Airlift.
In the current time, no matter how many times actors argue that they don't care about 100 crore or 200 crore club, it is still the most coveted club every maker would like to his movie be a part of.
Joining Airlift, Akshay Kumar now has 4 movies in the 100 crore club, Airlift, Housefull 2, Holiday and Rowdy Rathore. It is also the 39th highest grosser of Bollywood so far and it is the 43rd movie to enter the 100 crore club.
Leading actress, Nimrat Kaur will be busy celebrating her success, her first film, Lunchbox became a critically acclaimed movie and her second film, Airlift became her first film to enter the 100 crore club.
On choosing to this film, "I don't know if I resisted doing a Hindi film. I definitely don't think I was given a subject or opportunity of this scale. Had I gotten an opportunity, I would have grabbed it for sure. It was no-brainer for me. "
"First the subject and to work with Akshay after having done just one film, that was very, very interesting for me. It was a very unlikely second film for me to do. There is a likely space and there is an unlikely space so that really attracted me to this film," Nimrat told Rajeev Masand, Entertainment Editor at CNN-IBN, in an interview.