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Over the most recent 10 years or thereabouts, Bollywood industry has demonstrated development significantly. While new abroad regions have opened up and slurped up the Bollywood content, the business has additionally demonstrated enormous hop locally.

100 crores was a fantasy benchmark for Bollywood films until Aamir Khan starrer Ghajini in 2008 arrived and began the 100 crores club. Not long after Ghajini, Aamir Khan and Rajkumar Hirani’s combo gave Bollywood its initial 200 crores grosser film with 3 Idiots (2009). These two years set up the way that the business is prepared for development and all it needs to create is films with general intrigue.

[OPINION] 100, 200, 300 Crores Club Check - Why Bollywood Still Hasn't Cracked The Code For 400 Crores Club

100, 200, 300 Crore Club – Check Why Bollywood Still Hasn’t Cracked The Code For 400 Crore Club

However, it’s not possible to strike sixers on every ball and hence Bollywood filmmakers and stars struggled to come up with record breakers. Of course, there were some record-breaking openers but the content was not great to repeat the success of 3 Idiots and when the content was great, the films lagged by the initial. Starting from Dabangg in 2010 to Ek Tha Tiger in 2012 there were several films which had the potential, took great openings but couldn’t achieve 200 crores mark with small or big margins.

It was then in 2013 when Bollywood got three more 200 crore grossers with Shah Rukh Khan & Deepika Padukone starrer Chennai Express, Hrithik Roshan’s Krrish 3 & Aamir Khan & Katrina Kaif starrer Dhoom 3.

D3, in fact, was so big that it earned 280.25 crores at Indian Box Office proving yet again that we just need a right film to hit the bull’s eye. It also proved that Bollywood is ready to aim for 300 crores club now.


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