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List of highest-grossing films in India

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The following is a list of highest-grossing films in India, with gross revenue in Indian rupees. This is an official tracking of figures, as reliable sources that publish data are frequently pressured to increase their estimates.[1] Box office collections have been steadily increasing in the 21st century, the main reasons attributed to the rise in ticket prices, and increase in number of theatres and prints of a film.[2]

Overview

The highest-grossing film in India is Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (2017), with a total domestic gross of 1,429.83 crore (US$218 million).[3] The film broke a number of domestic records,[4] grossing over 415 crore in its opening weekend.[5] Dangal (2016), which is the highest-grossing Indian film worldwide,[6] was the previous highest-grossing domestic film, with a domestic gross of ₹538.03 crore.[7]

When adjusted for inflation, the highest-grossing film in India is Mughal-e-Azam (1960), with an adjusted domestic gross equivalent to an estimated 2,000 crore in 2017.[a] It is followed by Mother India (1957),[b] Sholay (1975),[c] Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, and then Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! (1994),[8] each with an adjusted domestic gross exceeding ₹1,000 crore. In terms of footfalls, the films estimated to have crossed 100 million (10 crore) tickets sold in India are Baahubali 2: The Conclusion,[9] Mother India, Mughal-e-Azam, and Sholay.[8]

The Indian market is dominated by domestic Indian films, which represented 85% of the country's box office revenue in 2015; this is the highest for a major film market after the United States, where domestic Hollywood films represent 88.8% of its box office revenue.[10] While Indian films remain at the top of the domestic Indian box office, the market for Hollywood films has gradually been growing;[11] the market share of foreign films rose from 8% in 2014 up to 15% in 2015,[12] with Hollywood films representing 10% of the Indian market in 2016[13] and 13% in 2017.[14] Some of the earliest foreign blockbusters in India included Mackenna's Gold (1969) starring Gregory Peck and Omar Sharif,[15] and Bruce Lee's Hong Kong martial arts films Enter the Dragon (in 1975) and Way of the Dragon (in 1979).[16] In terms of nett business, the Hollywood production Avengers: Endgame (2019) is the highest grossing foreign film in India, the eighth highest-grossing film in India with a collection of ₹373 crore[17] and total gross of ₹446 crore.

Domestic gross figures

Nominal gross

   • Background shading indicates films playing in the week commencing 13 May 2022 in India.
Rank Film Total gross Primary language(s) Year Ref
1 Baahubali 2: The Conclusion ₹1,429 crore Telugu, Tamil 2017 [3]
2 K.G.F: Chapter 2 * ₹958 crore Kannada 2022 [18][19]
3 RRR * ₹890 crore Telugu 2022 [20]
4 Dangal ₹538.03 crore Hindi 2016 [7]
5 Baahubali: The Beginning ₹520 crore Telugu, Tamil 2015 [21]
6 2.0 ₹489 crore Tamil 2018 [22]
7 PK ₹473.33 crore Hindi 2014 [23]
8 Avengers: Endgame ₹442 crore English 2019 [24]
9 Bajrangi Bhaijaan ₹444.92 crore Hindi 2015 [25]
10 Tiger Zinda Hai 434.82 crore Hindi 2017 [26][27]
11 Sanju ₹430.84 crore Hindi 2018 [28]
12 Sultan 421.25 crore Hindi 2016 [29]
13 Padmaavat 387.31 crore Hindi 2018 [30]
14 War 378.18 crore Hindi 2019 [31]
15 Dhoom 3 ₹364.45 crore Hindi 2013 [32]
16 Saaho 350.83 crore
  • Telugu
2019 [33]
17 Krrish 3 340.17 crore Hindi 2013 [34]
18 Kabir Singh 331.24 crore Hindi 2019 [35]
19 Pushpa: The Rise 325 crore Telugu 2021 [36]
20 Kick 322.01 crore Hindi 2014 [37]
21 Tanhaji 318.76 crore Hindi 2020 [38]
22 Chennai Express 315.46 crore Hindi 2013 [39]
23 Simmba 308.09 crore Hindi 2018 [40]
24 The Kashmir Files * 297.53 crore Hindi 2022 [41]
25 Avengers: Infinity War 294.07 crore English 2018 [d]
26 Prem Ratan Dhan Payo 291.89 crore Hindi 2015 [44]
27 Uri: The Surgical Strike 289.68 crore Hindi 2019 [45]
28 Happy New Year 281.94 crore Hindi 2014 [46]
29 3 Idiots 281.88 crore Hindi 2009 [47]
30 Ek Tha Tiger 276.08 crore Hindi 2012 [48]
31 Spider-Man: No Way Home 263.8 crore English 2021 [e]
32 Golmaal Again 263.17 crore Hindi 2017 [51]
33 The Jungle Book 258.79 crore English 2016 [f]
34 Bajirao Mastani 255.83 crore Hindi 2015 [52]
35 Bang Bang! 251.43 crore Hindi 2014 [53]
36 Bharat 251.27 crore Hindi 2019 [54]
37 Mission Mangal 238.80 crore Hindi 2019 [55]
38 K.G.F: Chapter 1

238 crore

Kannada 2018 [56]
39 Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani 236.7 crore Hindi 2013 [57]
40 Sooryavanshi 233.33 crore Hindi 2021 [58]
41 Housefull 4 231.65 crore Hindi 2019 [59]
42 Master ₹217 crore Tamil 2021 [60]
43 Enthiran ₹213.84 crore Tamil 2010 [61][62]
44 Baaghi 2 210.74 crore Hindi 2018 [63]
45 Bigil ₹208.9 crore Tamil 2019 [64]
46 Dilwale 206.56 crore Hindi 2015 [65]
47 Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo ₹200 crore Telugu 2020 [66][67]
48 Sarileru Neekevvaru ₹198 crore[dubious ] Telugu 2020 [citation needed]
49 Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy ₹196 crore Telugu 2019 [68]
50 Thugs of Hindostan ₹193.83 crore Hindi 2018 [69]

Footfalls

Film Year Footfalls (est. tickets sold) Ref
Sholay 1975 150 million+ [70][71]
Baahubali 2: The Conclusion 2017 120 million [72]
Mughal-e-Azam 1960 100 million+ [8]
Mother India 1957 100 million+ [8]
Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! 1994 74 million [8][73]
Coolie 1983 70 million [74]
Muqaddar Ka Sikandar 1978 67 million [75][76]
Amar Akbar Anthony 1977 62 million [77][g]
Kranti 1981 60 million [78][76]
Bobby 1973 53 million [79][76]
Ganga Jamna 1961 52 million [80][76]
Gadar: Ek Prem Katha 2001 50.6 million [73]
K.G.F: Chapter 2 * 2022 50.5 million [18]
Sangam 1964 50 million [81]
Baahubali: The Beginning 2015 49 million [18]
Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge 1995 48 million [73]
Maine Pyar Kiya 1989 47.5 million+ [81]
Dharam Veer 1977 47.5 million+ [81]
Phool Aur Patthar 1966 45 million [82][g]
Trishul 1978 43 million [75][76]
RRR * 2022 44 million [18]
2.0 2018 42.5 million [83]
Mere Mehboob 1963 42 million [84][76]
Aradhana 1969 42 million [85][g]
Waqt 1965 41 million [86][g]
Qurbani 1980 41 million [87][76]
Shaan 1980 41 million [88][76]
Raja Hindustani 1996 41 million [73]
Naya Daur 1957 40 million [89][76]
Jai Santoshi Maa 1975 40 million [81]
Ram Teri Ganga Maili 1985 40 million [81]
Dangal 2016 39 million [72]
Vidhaata 1982 38 million [90][g]
Upkar 1967 37.5 million [91][81]
Roti Kapda Aur Makaan 1974 37.5 million [81]
Border 1997 37.1 million [73]
Haathi Mere Saathi 1971 37 million [92][76]
Dus Numbri 1976 36 million [93][g]
Suhaag 1979 36 million [94][g]
Kuch Kuch Hota Hai 1998 35.7 million [73]
PK 2014 35.5 million [72]
Bajrangi Bhaijaan 2015 35.5 million [72]
Kismet 1943 35 million+ [81]
Rattan 1944 35 million+ [81]
Shree 420 1955 35 million+ [81]
Naseeb 1981 35 million+ [81]
Johny Mera Naam 1970 35 million [81]
Beta 1992 35 million [81]
Dhoom 3 2013 34 million [72]
Seeta Aur Geeta 1972 33 million [95][g]
Karma 1986 33 million [96][g]
Enthiran 2010 33 million [72]

Adjusted gross

The following table lists adjusted gross figures, largely based on the data given by Box Office India,[97] which calculates adjusted net figures by multiplying the footfalls of a film with the average ticket price (ATP) of the most recent year where ATP data is available.[98] Adjusted gross figures are obtained by extrapolating adjusted net figures. The list is limited to films released from the year 1993 onwards, due to the paucity of reliable data for films released before that year. As Box Office India tracks only Hindi-language films,[99] it is worth noting that adjusted gross figures of the films shot in other Indian languages like Telugu and Tamil may not feature in the list.

Inflation-adjusted gross revenue (1993 onwards)
Rank Film Year Adjusted gross (est.) Ref
1 Baahubali 2: The Conclusion 2017 1,429.83 crore [3]
2 Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! 1994 1,266 crore [100][97]
3 Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge 1995 978 crore [101][97]
4 K.G.F: Chapter 2 * 2022 ₹958 crore [18]
5 RRR 2022 ₹887 crore [18]
6 Gadar: Ek Prem Katha 2001 811 crore [102]
8 Raja Hindustani 1996 776 crore [103][97]
9 Karan Arjun 1995 728 crore [101][97]
10 Kuch Kuch Hota Hai 1998 717 crore [104][97]
11 Baahubali: The Beginning 2015 667 crore [21]
12 Dangal 2016 657 crore [7]
13 PK 2014 643 crore [28]
14 Border 1997 576 crore [105]
15 2.0 2018 565 crore [22]
16 3 Idiots 2009 585 crore [47]
17 Bajrangi Bhaijaan 2015 570 crore [25]
18 Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... 2001 517 crore [106][97]
19 Dhoom 3 2013 526 crore [32]
20 Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai 2000 494 crore [107]
21 Tiger Zinda Hai 2017 518 crore [26]
22 Sultan 2016 515 crore [29]
23 Dil To Pagal Hai 1997 485 crore [108]
24 Krrish 3 2013 491 crore [34]
25 Avengers: Endgame 2019 ₹442 crore [24]
26 Sanju 2018 430.84 crore [28]

Highest-grossing openings in India

This list charts films the 10 biggest openings in India. Since many films do not open on Fridays, the 'opening' is taken to be the gross between the first day of release and the first Sunday following the movie's release.

dagger Denotes films that ranked first when they released
Rank Film Primary language Opening gross (Indian rupees) Number
of days
Year Ref
1 K.G.F: Chapter 2 * Kannada ₹442 crore 4 2022 [109]
2 Baahubali 2 : The Conclusion dagger Telugu ₹391 crore 3 2017 [110]
3 RRR Telugu ₹348 crore 3 2022 [111]
4 2.0 Tamil ₹290 crore 4 2018 [112]
5 Saaho Telugu ₹253.17 crore 3 2019 [113]
6 Avengers: Endgame English ₹187.14 crore 3 2019 [114]
7 Thugs of Hindostan Hindi ₹157.69 crore 4 2018 [115]
8 Sanju Hindi ₹153.92 crore 3 2018 [116]
9 Tiger Zinda Hai Hindi ₹147.08 crore 3 2017
10 Padmaavat Hindi ₹146.15 crore 4 2018 [117]

Timeline of gross records

Nominal gross

Domestic gross
Year Film Gross
(Indian rupees)
Ref
1940 Zindagi 55 lakh [i]
1941 Khazanchi 70 lakh [k]
1942 Basant 80 lakh [l]
1943 Kismet 1 crore [n]
1946 Anmol Ghadi 1 crore [126]
1948 Chandralekha 1.55 crore [127]
1949 Andaz 1.8 crore [p]
1949 Barsaat 2 crore [128]
1951 Awaara 2.3 crore [130]
1952 Aan 2.8 crore [131]
1955 Shree 420 3.9 crore [r]
1957 Naya Daur 5.4 crore [s]
1957 Mother India 8 crore [b]
1960 Mughal-e-Azam 11 crore [t]
1975 Sholay 35 crore [c]
1994 Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! ₹175 crore [139]
2009 3 Idiots 281.88 crore [47]
2013 Chennai Express 301 crore [140]
2013 Dhoom 3 372 crore [141]
2014 PK ₹473.33 crore [28]
2015 Baahubali: The Beginning 520 crore [21]
2016 Dangal ₹538.03 crore [7]
2017 Baahubali 2: The Conclusion ₹1,429.83 crore [3]

Adjusted gross

Domestic gross adjusted for inflation
Year Film Adjusted gross Ref
1940 Zindagi 181 crore [i]
1941 Khazanchi 235 crore [k]
1942 Basant 235 crore [l]
1943 Kismet 309 crore [n]
1947 Jugnu 363 crore [w]
1954 Nagin 363 crore
1955 Shree 420 490 crore [r]
1957 Naya Daur 652 crore [s]
1957 Mother India ₹1,600 crore [b]
1960 Mughal-e-Azam 2,000 crore [a]

Foreign films

Year Film Gross
(Indian rupees)
Gross
(US dollars)
Adjusted gross Country Ref
1975 Enter the Dragon 48.2 lakh $575,500 ₹17.8 crore (US$2.73 million) Hong Kong [x]
1991 Pretty Woman ₹50 lakh $500,000 ₹6.3 crore (US$995,000) United States [144]
1994 Jurassic Park ₹21.97 crore $7,001,330 108 crore (US$14 million) United States [y]
1998 Titanic ₹50.45 crore $12,749,919 189 crore (US$25 million) United States [z]
2007 Spider-Man 3 108 crore $16,402,484 150 crore (US$20 million) United States [aa]
2009 Avatar 113.09 crore $24,216,860 213 crore (US$28 million) United States [ab]
2015 Jurassic World 145.60 crore $22,212,557 175 crore (US$23 million) United States [y]
2015 Furious 7 155.11 crore $24,714,209 175 crore (US$23 million) United States [ac]
2016 The Jungle Book 258.79 crore $38,835,000 278 crore (US$36 million) United States [f]
2018 Avengers: Infinity War ₹294.07 crore $43,594,456 ₹294 crore (US$44 million) United States [d]
2019 Avengers: Endgame ₹446 crore $62,678,476 ₹446 crore (US$62 million) United States [157]

Highest-grossing films by year

Year Film Gross revenue (Indian rupees) Footfalls (est. ticket sales) Ref
1940 Zindagi 55 lakh 11 million+ [i][127]
1941 Khazanchi 70 lakh 30 million [k][81]
1942 Basant 80 lakh 30 million [l][81]
1943 Kismet 1 crore 35 million+ [n][81]
1944 Rattan 1 crore 35 million+ [158][81]
1945 Zeenat 70 lakh 14 million+ [159][127]
1946 Anmol Ghadi 1 crore 32.5 million [126][81]
1947 Jugnu 50 lakh 10 million+ [w][127]
1948 Chandralekha 1.55 crore 30 million [127]
1949 Barsaat 2 crore 30 million [128][81]
1950 Samadhi 1.35 crore 15 million+ [160][g]
1951 Awaara 2.3 crore 30 million [130][81]
1952 Aan 2.8 crore 30 million [131][81]
1953 Anarkali 2.35 crore 29 million+ [161][81]
1954 Nagin 2.9 crore 30 million [162][81]
1955 Shree 420 3.9 crore 35 million+ [r][81]
1956 C.I.D. 2.5 crore 19 million+ [163][g]
1957 Mother India 8 crore 100 million+ [b][8]
1958 Madhumati 4 crore 30 million+ [164][81]
1959 Anari 3 crore 22 million+ [165][g]
1960 Mughal-e-Azam 11 crore 100 million+ [a][8]
1961 Gunga Jumna 7 crore 52 million [80][g]
1962 Bees Saal Baad 3 crore 22 million [166][g]
1963 Mere Mehboob 6 crore 42 million [84][g]
1964 Sangam 8 crore 50 million [167][81]
1965 Waqt 6 crore 41 million [86][g]
1966 Phool Aur Patthar 7.5 crore 45 million [82][g]
1967 Upkar 7 crore 37.5 million [91][81]
1968 Ankhen 6.5 crore 32.5 million [168][81]
1969 Aradhana 7 crore 42 million [85][g]
1970 Johny Mera Naam 8 crore 35 million [169][81]
1971 Haathi Mere Saathi 7 crore 37 million [92][g]
1972 Seeta Aur Geeta 6.5 crore 33 million [95][g]
1973 Bobby 11 crore 53 million [79][g]
1974 Roti Kapda Aur Makaan 10.5 crore 37.5 million [81]
1975 Sholay 35 crore 150 million+ [c][70][71]
1976 Dus Numbri 9 crore 36 million [93][g]
1977 Amar Akbar Anthony 15.5 crore 62 million [77][g]
1978 Muqaddar Ka Sikandar 17 crore 67 million [75][g]
1979 Suhaag 10 crore 36 million [94][g]
1980 Qurbani 12 crore 41 million [87][g]
Shaan 12 crore 41 million [88][g]
1981 Kranti 20 crore 60 million [78][g]
1982 Vidhaata 16 crore 38 million [90][g]
1983 Coolie 18 crore 70 million [170][74]
1984 Tohfa 9 crore 21 million [171][g]
1985 Ram Teri Ganga Maili 19 crore 40 million [172][81]
1986 Karma 14 crore 33 million [96][g]
1987 Hukumat 11 crore 16 million [173][g]
1988 Tezaab 16 crore 29 million+ [174][81]
1989 Maine Pyar Kiya 28 crore 47.5 million+ [175][81]
1990 Dil 14 crore 30 million [176][81]
1991 Saajan 16 crore 29 million+ [177][81]
1992 Beta 20 crore 35 million [178][81]
1993 Aankhen 24.13 crore 28.6 million [179][73]
1994 Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! 175 crore 74 million [139][8]
1995 Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge 113 crore 48 million [180][73]
1996 Raja Hindustani 100 crore 41 million [181][73]
1997 Border 63.68 crore 37.1 million [182][73]
1998 Kuch Kuch Hota Hai 98 crore 35.7 million [183][73]
1999 Hum Saath-Saath Hain 66.4 crore 28.5 million [184][73]
2000 Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai 74.23 crore 30.7 million [185][73]
2001 Gadar: Ek Prem Katha 128.19 crore 50.6 million [73]
2002 Devdas 68.19 crore 20.6 million [186][73]
2003 Koi... Mil Gaya 72.49 crore 19.4 million [187][73]
2004 Veer-Zaara 60.65 crore 13.4 million [188][189]
2005 No Entry 64.16 crore 13.2 million [190][191]
2006 Dhoom 2 113.92 crore 21.6 million [192][73]
2007 Om Shanti Om 109.78 crore 18 million
2008 Ghajini 162 crore 24 million [193][73]
2009 3 Idiots 281.88 crore 32 million [47][73]
2010 Enthiran ₹213.84 crore 25.1 million [61][73]
2011 Bodyguard 196.21 crore 22.1 million [192][73]
2012 Ek Tha Tiger 276.08 crore 24.7 million [48][73]
2013 Dhoom 3 372 crore 29.8 million [141][73]
2014 PK ₹473.33 crore 35.1 million [28][73]
2015 Baahubali: The Beginning 520 crore 50 million [21][72]
2016 Dangal ₹538.03 crore 39 million [7][72]
2017 Baahubali 2: The Conclusion ₹1,429.83 crore 120 million [3][72]
2018 2.0 ₹565 crore 42.5 million [22][83]
2019 Avengers: Endgame ₹442 crore 21.5 million [24]
2020 Tanhaji 318.76 crore 21.5 million [38][73]
2021 Pushpa: The Rise 325 crore 20 million [36][194]
2022 K.G.F: Chapter 2 * ₹958 crore 50.5 million+ [18][195]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e Mughal-e-Azam domestic gross: 11 crore in 1960,[134] equivalent to an estimated ₹2,000 crore ($284 million) in 2017.
    • Inflation rate of 200 times: 6 crore domestic nett in 1960, equivalent to ₹1,300 crore ($185 million) in 2017.[135]
  2. ^ a b c d Mother India: 8 crore[89] (US$16.8 million)[q] in 1957. With a ticket inflation rate of 200 times,[a] this is equivalent to approximately ₹1,600 crore ($227 million) in 2017.
  3. ^ a b c Sholay domestic gross: 35 crore[136][137] (US$41.79 million),[u] equivalent to ₹1,500 crore ($246 million) in 2014.[138]
  4. ^ a b According to Box Office Mojo, Avengers: Infinity War grossed $43,594,456 in India during 2018.[42] According to the 2018 exchange rate at the time of release,[43] this is equivalent to 294.07 crore.
  5. ^ According to Box Office Mojo, Spider-Man: No Way Home grossed $35,300,000 in India during 2021–22.[49] According to exhange rate at the time of release, this is equivalent to ₹263.8 crore.[50]
  6. ^ a b According to Box Office Mojo, The Jungle Book grossed $38,835,000 in India during 2016.[155] According to the 2016 exchange rate at the time of release,[156] this is equivalent to 258.79 crore (equivalent to 316 crore or US$41 million in 2020).
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af See Box office § Average ticket price
  8. ^ 3.4804 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1940: 13.33 per pound,[119] $3.83 per pound[120]
  9. ^ a b c 55 lakh[118] (US$1.58 million)[h] in 1940 (US$31 million or 181 crore[121] in 2016)
  10. ^ a b 3.3077 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1941 and 1942: 13.33 per pound,[119] $4.03 per pound[120]
  11. ^ a b c 70 lakh[122] (US$2.12 million)[j] in 1941 (US$39 million or 235 crore[121] in 2016)
  12. ^ a b c 80 lakh[123] (US$2.42 million)[j] in 1942 (US$40 million or 235 crore[121] in 2016)
  13. ^ 3.3223 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1943[125]
  14. ^ a b c 1 crore[124] (US$3.32 million)[m] in 1943 (US$52 million or 309 crore[121] in 2016)
  15. ^ 4.79 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1949 and 1950[129]
  16. ^ 1.8 crore[128] (US$3.76 million)[o] in 1949 (US$43 million or 255 crore[121] in 2016)
  17. ^ a b c d 4.7619 Indian rupees per US dollar from 1951 to 1965[133]
  18. ^ a b c Shree 420: 3.9 crore[132] (US$8.19 million)[q] in 1955 (US$83 million (490 crore)[121] in 2016)
  19. ^ a b Naya Daur domestic gross: 5.4 crore[89] (US$11.34 million)[q] in 1957 (US$109 million (652 crore)[121] in 2016)
  20. ^ Mughal-e-Azam: 11 crore[a] (US$11.34 million)[q] in 1960
  21. ^ 8.3759 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1975[133]
  22. ^ 1 Indian rupee per US dollar in 1947[129]
  23. ^ a b 50 lakh[142] (US$5 million)[v] in 1947 (US$61 million or 363 crore[121] in 2016)
  24. ^ At least one Bombay theater alone, New Excelsior, earned an estimated ₹4.82 million from Enter the Dragon in 32 weeks,[16] equivalent to $575,500.[143] Adjusted for inflation, this is equivalent to $2,898,140 or ₹192,565,000.
  25. ^ a b Jurassic Park (1994) – $7,001,330[145]21.97 crore (equivalent to 123 crore or US$16 million in 2020)[146]
  26. ^ Titanic in India grossed $12,749,919,[147] or 56 crore (equivalent to 214 crore or US$28 million in 2020).[148]
  27. ^ According to Box Office Mojo, Spider-Man 3 grossed $16,402,484 in India,[149] According to the 2007 exchange rate at the time of release,[150] this is equivalent to 66.51 crore (equivalent to 171 crore or US$22 million in 2020).
  28. ^ According to Box Office Mojo, Avatar grossed $24,216,860 in India in 2009.[151] According to the 2009 exchange rate at the time of release,[152] this is equivalent to 113.09 crore (equivalent to 242 crore or US$32 million in 2020).
  29. ^ According to Box Office Mojo, Furious 7 grossed $24,714,209 in India in 2015.[153] According to the 2015 exchange rate at the time of release,[154] this is equivalent to 155.11 crore (equivalent to 199 crore or US$26 million in 2020).

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