1000 crore club movie

Superstars are in a world of their own, with films aiming for profits in the billions of rupees. The 100 crore milestone was established in the 1990s, and today there is a 1000 crore club. And these films worth a billion dollars are fantastic. Some of the movies have also surpassed the 1000 crore mark and are on their way to exceeding it.

Let’s have a glimpse at the movies that have grossed over 1000 crores on the big screen.

1.Dangal (2016)

2112 crore

P.C Webdunia

Dangal is currently the highest-grossing Indian film. It is the world’s sixth highest grossing non-English film. It raked in an unfathomable sum of Rs 2000 crores. Its value skyrocketed after its publication in China, and it now ranks among the world’s most valuable collections.

Dangal is a remarkable true story based on Mahavir Singh’s life and the lives of his young daughter, Geeta and Babita Phogat. The film follows a father’s amazing journey in training his girls to be world-class wrestlers.

The writing is excellent in this case. Nitesh Tiwari, Piyush Gupta, Shreyas Jain, and Nikhil Mehrotra should be commended for their tongue-in-cheek quality throughout the film, which is laced with humour and some emotional father-daughter feelings. Of course, due to the Haryanvi twang, a little gets lost in translation. However, signals about our infatuation with the male kid (which dates back to the Middle Ages), myopic attitudes toward raising our daughters, and the administration’s pitiful attitude toward sports are loud and plain.

Dangal offers everything that a fantastic Hindi film should have. It’s a cohesive cinematic jewel that’s humorous, dramatic, dark, serious, and emotional all at the same time. It’s the best film of the year. This film is deserving of a standing ovation. A wonderful narrative that would make you proud to be an Indian. This is a one-of-a-kind film.

2.Bahubali 2 : The conclusion (2017)

 1809 crore

P.C Tollywood.net

Baahubali: The Conclusion, directed by S S Rajamouli, is making history in India and worldwide. According to trade expert Ramesh Bala, the film, which was released globally on April 28, became the first Indian film to gross Rs 1000 crore. Baahubali: The Conclusion was released in India on 8,000 screens in five languages: Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, and Hindi. Mr Bala tweeted that the film had grossed around Rs 800 crore in India and more than Rs 200 crore in other markets. Baahubali: The Conclusion not only had a huge opening weekend gross of over Rs 300 crore (all formats combined), but it also had a huge opening weekend gross of over Rs 100 crore.

With Baahubali, director Rajamouli has undoubtedly served India and the film industry proud. He had an out-of-the-box idea and was successful in bringing India’s biggest motion picture to life. He did an excellent job of continuing the tale in the second section and making the drama much more intense. The events have been given additional complexity, and each character has been fully justified.

Every frame in Baahubali is his creation, and you can’t help but admire the brilliance of this filmmaker, who will undoubtedly be India’s next great thing. You have to wonder how he was able to perceive all of this in his thoughts and execute it so convincingly. Technicians like him are uncommon, and Telugu people should feel glad that our own director has proven that nothing is truly impossible.

Baahubali (Prabhas) is proclaimed King of Mahishmati, as portrayed in the first half. As part of the kingdom’s ancient tradition, the would-be monarch must travel to the countryside to learn about the challenges that his subjects face. Baahubali visits a little country called Kuntala during this time and falls in love with its princess Devasena (Anushka).

With his charisma, he woos Devasena and takes her to Mahishmati. But, much to his surprise, Baahubali’s mother, Shivagami (Ramya Krishna), abruptly reverses her choice and proclaims Bhallaladeva (Rana) as king. Why did Shivagami announce Bhallaladeva as king so abruptly? What happened to make her make this decision? And why was Baahubali killed by Kattappa? To get answers to the following questions, you’ll need to see the movie on the big screen.

3.RRR (2022) 

1118 crore 

P,C The indian Express

The magnum work of SS Rajamouli, “RRR,” has gone down in history as the most profitable Indian film during the epidemic. At the global box office, the epic epic has grossed a stunning Rs 1,000 crore. Telugu idols Ram Charan and NT Rama Rao Jr appear in the film, which was launched on March 25 in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, and Hindi. According to box office estimates, the Hindi version alone has grossed more than Rs 220 crores.

By the climax, Rajamouli has given you so many rising, exciting sequences that you’ll agree with my declaration that you’re experiencing the MOST INDIAN CINEMA on-screen. MM Kreem accomplishes the mystical triad of Rajamouli-Prasad-Kreem by providing a seat shaking experience while also caring for your ears and heart chords.

Rajamouli’s ‘RRR’ is a fictional fairytale story about two early twentieth-century independence fighters. Alluri Sitarama Raju is played by Ram Charan, and Komaram Bheem is played by Jr NTR. Sitaramaraju and Bheem respectively battled the British Raj and the Nizam of Hyderabad. In cameo roles, Ajay Devgn and Alia Bhatt appear in the film.

After all is said and done, RRR is what every ‘great’ film before it tried to be but couldn’t since there’s only one SS Rajamouli. This lives up to the hype of ‘what’s next after Baahubali?’ while also exceeding  expectations.

4.KGF Chapter 2 (2022) 

1037 crore

P.C India Today

“KGF Chapter 2,” directed by Prashanth Neel and featuring Kannada cinema’s biggest actor Yash, has achieved the unfathomable by being the first Kannada film to gross 1000 crores globally. Forget about 1000 crores in box office, KGF 2 is the first Kannada film to reach 250 crores worldwide in just three days.

The makers of KGF 2 had a box office voyage to remember, with a budget of 100 crores, making it the most expensive Kannada film ever. KGF 2 reached this fantastical box office figure in just 18 days.

Prashanth Neel, the film’s director, deserves as much credit as Yash. Both of them have produced a sequel that appears to be more engrossing than the first. Despite this, Prashanth has always claimed that the second half contained the greater portion of his original plot when it was split into two sections.

After defeating Garuda, Raja Krishnappa Bairya called Rocky Bhai became the monarch of KGF. But, as he sets out to conquer the globe, he encounters formidable opponents in the form of Adheera and Ramika Sen. Is he still receiving his ‘duniya’?

Rocky’s ascension to the top is told at a fast pace in this spicy tale. The movie, like the previous, depicts a gloomy, bleak universe that is beautifully photographed. While the first section took its time to explain who the hero was and how he got there, the second half proceeds faster and introduces more characters. This time, the disputes and clashes are more exciting.

Rocky’s emotional side is also explored in this film, with a romantic drama and even insights into his prior life that fueled his drive. The love story adds to the story without detracting too much. The introduction of Sanjay Dutt’s character Adheera is one of the best pictures in the film. On screen, it’s pure magic that naturally elicits whistles. Raveena Tandon’s track record as Prime Minister is equally impressive. Rao Ramesh as the CBI officer is another intriguing inclusion. Prakash Raj is also an excellent storyteller, with his voice contributing to the immersion.


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