Bollywood in one of the biggest film industries in the world cinema. Almost 1000 movies released in India every year in various languages and various region (Punjab, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Bengal, Etc), besides less than 500 films made by Hollywood yearly.
However, in Bollywood, the number is around 100. Yes! every year 100 of movies released in Bollywood in the Hindi language. Some movies did well in the box office, some get critically acclaimed, some get failed to collect investments. Critically acclaimed means, A movie which unable to collect investment but that has received generally good reviews from a number of critics and fans.
Almost every Hindi movie released on Friday. The release of films in Bollywood follows the American(Hollywood) style. All Films are released on Friday so that people can watch the film with their family during the weekends (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday) and films can collect good money in the opening days and weekend.
A box office or ticket office is a place where tickets are sold to the public for admission to an event. Box office business can be measured in terms of the number of tickets sold or the amount of money raised by ticket sales.
|Movie||Release||Budget||First Day||First Week||Domestic||Worldwide||Verdict|
|The Accidental Prime Minister||11 Jan||20||4.5||17||20.05*||28.54*||Average.|
|URI: The Surgical Strike||11 Jan||25||8.20||71||115.87*||170.42*||Super-Hit.|
Our Box Office Parameter
All film budgets are estimated. First Day, First Week, and Total Collection data indicate NET collection in India. Worldwide collection indicates GROSS collection in Indian + Outside. All value indicates Indian Rupee as crore. Check more parameters below.
*: Sign denotes that the film is still running in theatres.
BlockBuster: Film which multiplies more than x3 its Production and P&A (Publicity/Prints & Advertisement) Cost.
Super-Hit: Film which multiplies its Production and P&A (Publicity/Prints & Advertisement) Cost.
Hit: Film which recovers doubles the investment and also makes some profit of its Production and P&A Cost.
Average: Film which recovers its Production and P&A cost or yields makes some profit.
Flop/Disaster: Film which loses 50% or more of investment is considered as ‘Flop’ or ‘Disaster’.
Some Unknown Definition
Gross BO Collection: This is the collective sum of the ticket value sold at the counter.
Net BO Collection: This is Gross BO minus entertainment tax.
Share: Usually refers to the distributor share from the Net BO Collection. This is usually near 50% f the Net box office collection.
Movie Rights: Producers usually sell the movie and various rights before release to a distributing studio or to individual distributors and are usually safe and risks rest with distributors
- This list and information collected from various sources, TV news, Online Newspaper (Bollywood Hungama), and Other Sources.
- The figures for box office collection report for each film can be approximate. We do not make any claims about the authenticity of the data.
- This list is only for Hindi language Bollywood films box office data.