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List of Highest Grossing Hollywood Movies In India

 

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Highest grossing Movies in India :

Fast and Furious and spider mans rule.

 

 

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Austrailia All-time Top50(AUD)

Rank Title Distributor Release date Box office 
1 Avatar Fox 17-Dec-09 115,623,586
2 Star Wars: The Force Awakens Disney 17-Dec-15 94,034,011
3 Avengers: Infinity War Disney 25-Apr-18 60,190,000
4 Star Wars: The Last Jedi Disney 14-Dec-17 57,690,146
5 Titanic Fox 18-Dec-97 57,661,307
6 The Avengers Disney 25-Apr-12 53,250,000
7 Jurassic World Universal 11-Jun-15 52,941,888
8 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 Warner Bros 13-Jul-11 52,611,276
9 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Disney 15-Dec-16 51,458,587
10 Shrek 2 UIP 17-Jun-04 50,388,327
17 Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Sony 26-Dec-17 49,459,794
11 The Return of the King Roadshow 26-Dec-03 49,370,354
12 Skyfall Sony 22-Nov-12 49,009,485
13 Finding Dory Disney 16-Jun-16 48,558,612
14 Beauty and the Beast (live action) Disney 23-Mar-17 47,950,572
15 Crocodile Dundee Hoyts 30-Apr-86 47,707,045
16 Fellowship of the Ring Roadshow 26-Dec-01 47,429,619
18 The Dark Knight Warner Bros 16-Jul-08 46,089,622
19 The Two Towers Roadshow 26-Dec-02 45,654,259
20 The Dark Knight Rises Warner Bros 19-Jul-12 43,377,003
21 Fast and Furious 7 Universal 2-Apr-15 43,337,535
22 Deadpool Fox 11-Feb-16 43,279,754
23 The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Warner Bros 26-Dec-12 42,919,891
24 Toy Story 3 Disney 24-Jun-10 42,416,000
25 Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone Warner Bros 29-Nov-01 42,377,332
26 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 Warner Bros 18-Nov-10 42,286,694
27 Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince Warner Bros 15-Jul-09 40,628,363
28 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Paramount 24-Jun-09 40,342,087
29 The Avengers: Age of Ultron Disney 23-Apr-15 40,113,085
30 The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Roadshow 21-Nov-13 39,449,190
31 Iron Man 3 Disney 24-Apr-13 39,230,000
32 Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace Fox 3-Jun-99 38,828,310
33 The Twilight Saga: New Moon Hoyts 19-Nov-09 38,720,174
34 The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Warner Bros 26-Dec-13 38,440,170
35 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest BVI 6-Jul-06 38,051,837
36 Transformers: Dark of the Moon Paramount 29-Jun-11 37,591,480
37 Alice in Wonderland Disney 4-Mar-10 37,562,000
38 Australia Fox 26-Nov-08 37,555,757
39 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Warner Bros 28-Nov-02 37,403,454
40 Finding Nemo BVI 28-Aug-03 37,394,504
41 Babe: The Gallant Pig UIP 14-Dec-95 36,776,544
42 Spectre Sony 12-Nov-15 36,178,714
43 Despicable Me 2 Universal 20-Jun-13 35,765,250
44 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Warner Bros 1-Dec-05 35,761,218
45 Inception Warner Bros 22-Jul-10 35,669,341
46 Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Warner Bros 11-Jul-07 35,554,602
47 Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith Fox 19-May-05 35,459,684
48 Frozen Disney 26-Dec-13 35,288,172
49 Thor: Ragnarok Disney 26-Oct-17 35,242,755
50 The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch  BVI 26-Dec-05 35,166,288
51 Meet the Fockers UIP 26-Dec-04 34,975,476

 

https://www.screenaustralia.gov.au/fact-finders/cinema/industry-trends/films-screened/top-50-all-time

I added Jumanji and IW.

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all Time New Zealand
1-Avatar        17,367,465
2-TFA            14,630,909
3-FOTR         14,609,037
4-ROTK         13,619,235
5-Titanic        12,967,660
6-HFTWP       12,200,238
7-TT             12,138,081
8-AUJ            11,593,367
9-Shrek2       10,858,814
10-IW           10,050,000
DOS             9,418,868

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Venom became the eighth film in the Ukrainian box office with over 1M admissions.

 

Rank Title Admissions Year
1 Avatar 1 544 523 2009
2 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales 1 243 987 2017
3 The Secret Life of Pets 1 182 908 2016
4 Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle 1 168 347 2017
5 Avengers: Infinity War 1 108 030 2018
6 Suicide Squad 1 047 985 2016
7 Venom 1 034 278 2018
8 Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation 1 010 605 2018
9 Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted 955 602 2012
10 Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides 928 616 2011
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On 10/23/2018 at 5:17 PM, Charlie Jatinder said:

Highest Grossing Films in India (₹200 Crores ~ $30 million plus)

 

Note: There is no official box office tracking system yet in India so numbers may be slightly up or down from something you found on internet. 

 

These numbers may look a little low considering the population of country, but that's to the fact that ticket prices are lower in India, as low as $0.5, with average rate at just about ₹125 or $1.75-2. The biggest among these 27 films, Baahubali: The Conclusion has admissions over 105 million, more than Star Wars: The Force Awakens in US but gross is just $209mn.

The biggest grosser adjusted for inflation in India is Sholay (1975) selling over 200 million tickets, with some estimates popping as high as 300 million. There are many others like Mughal-e-Azam (1960), Mother India (1957), Hum Aapke Hai Kaun (1994), Gadar (2001), Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, Mukkadar Ka Sikander (1978), etc which have sold tickets more than 100 million.

 

In next two months, there are 3 films which can/will enter the top 5 including 2.0, Thugs of Hindostan and Zero.

Avengers: Infinity War and The Jungle Book are only Foreign films to gross over ₹200 crore in India.

In case you don't know, "crore" is Indian unit of counting equivalent to 10 million.

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Unreal how big BB 2 was. When I went to see it in it's 3rd weekend, I though there will be few people. It was housefull. Hindi version being the biggest was a shock too. Clear example of a sequel getting big due to first film's home media, mainly television, success.

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Updated as on 31st March 2019

 

Rank Title Year Gross (in crores ₹) Gross (in million $) Adjusted Gross
1 Baahubali: The Conclusion 2017 ₹1,341.69 $209.64 ₹1,533.36
2 Dangal 2016 ₹511.23 $75.18 ₹629.21
3 2.O 2018 ₹489.06 $69.87 ₹521.66
4 Baahubali: The Beginning 2015 ₹477.59 $75.81 ₹636.79
5 P.K. 2014 ₹455.31 $72.27 ₹656.30
6 Sanju 2018 ₹434.36 $67.34 ₹463.32
7 Tiger Zinda Hai 2017 ₹430.37 $66.21 ₹491.85
8 Bajrangi Bhaijaan 2015 ₹422.21 $67.02 ₹562.95
9 Sultan 2016 ₹415.09 $62.27 ₹510.88
10 Padmaavat 2018 ₹375.94 $57.84 ₹401.00
11 Dhoom 3 2013 ₹357.78 $56.79 ₹555.77
12 Simmba 2018 ₹298.89 $42.70 ₹318.82
13 Avengers: Infinity War 2018 ₹296.73 $45.83 ₹316.51
14 Uri: The Surgical Strike 2019 ₹287.60 $41.38 ₹287.60
15 Kick 2014 ₹284.81 $45.94 ₹410.54
16 Chennai Express 2013 ₹283.79 $46.14 ₹440.84
17 Prem Ratan Dhan Payo 2015 ₹268.25 $40.04 ₹357.67
18 3 Idiots 2009 ₹265.23 $56.43 ₹615.03
19 Golmaal Again 2017 ₹260.29 $39.74 ₹297.47
20 Bajirao Mastani 2015 ₹258.81 $38.06 ₹345.08
21 The Jungle Book 2016 ₹254.99 $38.63 ₹313.83
22 Ek Tha Tiger 2012 ₹248.86 $45.25 ₹419.13
23 Happy New Year 2014 ₹246.88 $39.82 ₹355.86
24 Krrish 3 2013 ₹244.69 $38.53 ₹380.10
25 Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani 2013 ₹238.84 $41.90 ₹371.01
26 KGF 2018 ₹219.06 $31.29 ₹233.66
27 Endhiran 2010 ₹217.97 $45.41 ₹232.50
28 Race 3 2018 ₹207.46 $30.07 ₹221.29
29 Baaghi 2 2018 ₹202.69 $31.18 ₹216.20
30 Tanu Weds Manu Returns 2015 ₹201.72 $32.54 ₹268.96
31 Dabangg 2 2012 ₹200.75 $35.85 ₹338.11
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Aquaman became the ninth film in the Ukrainian box office with over 1M admissions - 1 088 000 admissions as of March 10.

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I just noticed BOM has Bohemian Rhapsody at $24m in the Netherlands (somehow).

 

Where does that rank all-time? In USD I only see Titanic ($29.7m) and Skyfall ($25.1m) higher. 

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18 minutes ago, Jiffy said:

I just noticed BOM has Bohemian Rhapsody at $24m in the Netherlands (somehow).

 

Where does that rank all-time? In USD I only see Titanic ($29.7m) and Skyfall ($25.1m) higher. 

In €€ it just ranks behind Titanic

1 25.619.673  Titanic
2 21.214.716  Bohemian Rhapsody
3 20.520.000  Spectre
4 18.953.000  Avatar
5 18.854.000  Skyfall
6 16.927.000  Gooische Vrouwen 2
7 15.683.000  LOTR3
8 15.357.977  HP1
9 15.142.117  Lion King
10 15.064.000  Gooische Vrouwen

 

http://www.insidekino.de/BO/NL2019.htm

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On 3/15/2019 at 11:21 PM, Jiffy said:

I just noticed BOM has Bohemian Rhapsody at $24m in the Netherlands (somehow).

 

Where does that rank all-time? In USD I only see Titanic ($29.7m) and Skyfall ($25.1m) higher. 

Although the next list is not a box office result, but shows the popularity of the movie

It was the biggest movie hit from the last 20 years since the Titanic.

 

The most popular movies of all time in The Netherlands

 

No. /  Movie Title  /  Admissions (x 1.000)  /  Release Year


1    The Sound of Music    3.999    1965
2    Irma la Douce    3.627    1964
3    Titanic    3.405    1998
4    Turkish Delight - Turks Fruit (NL)    3.338    1972
5    Gone with the Wind    3.133    1939
6    Guns of Navarone    2.986    1967
7    Dr. Zhivago    2.755    1966
8    West Side Story    2.701    1970
9    The Lion King    2.563    1994
10    Bridge on the River Kwai    2.464    1973
11    Grease    2.405    1987
12    Business Is Business - Wat Zien Ik (NL)    2.359    1971
13    Ben-Hur    2.352    1959
14    Blue Movie (NL)    2.335    1971
15    Flodder (NL)    2.314    1986
16    Goldfinger    2.273    1967
17    From Russia with Love    2.207    1965
18    Bohemian Rhapsody    2.194    2018
19    Spectre    2.190    2015
20    Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone    2.180    2001
21    Skyfall    2.083    2012
22    The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King    2.077    2003
23    Saturday Night Fever    2.058    1978
24    The Longest Day    2.049    1969
25    Thunderball    2.042    1966

 

Source:

http://www.filmonderzoek.nl/bioscoopbezoek-licht-gedaald-in-2018-omzet-blijft-stijgen

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POLAND BOX OFFICE

  1. Kler (2018) – 105 261 308 PLN NEW
  2. Ogniem i mieczem (1999) – 105 089 363 PLN
  3. Avatar (2009) – 88 260 860 PLN
  4. Pan Tadeusz (1999) – 82 839 843 PLN
  5. Quo Vadis (2001) – 69 045 592 PLN
  6. Listy do M. 3 (2017) – 65 204 800 PLN
  7. Gwiezdne Wojny. Przebudzenie mocy (2015) – 62 767 218 PLN

New leader in revenue list in Poland.

In admission "Kler" is on 3rd place (it's awesome because it didn't have help from school students like "Ogniem i mieczem" or "Pan Tadeusz" - cinemas organized special screenings with cheaper tickets just for schools)

The best admission after 1989
No. Admission Movie
FLpl_small.png 7.154.579 Ogniem i Mieczem
FLpl_small.png 6.168.344 Pan Tadeusz
FLpl_small.png
5.197.325 Kler NEW
FLpl_small.png 4.302.445 Quo Vadis
5 3.766.267 Avatar
6 3.650.536 Titanic
7 3.462.021 The Passion of the Christ
8 3.395.226 Shrek 2
9 3.352.805 Shrek the Third
FLpl_small.png
3.009.971 Listy do M. 3
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13 hours ago, Pypa94 said:

POLAND BOX OFFICE

  1. Kler (2018) – 105 261 308 PLN NEW
  2. Ogniem i mieczem (1999) – 105 089 363 PLN
  3. Avatar (2009) – 88 260 860 PLN
  4. Pan Tadeusz (1999) – 82 839 843 PLN
  5. Quo Vadis (2001) – 69 045 592 PLN
  6. Listy do M. 3 (2017) – 65 204 800 PLN
  7. Gwiezdne Wojny. Przebudzenie mocy (2015) – 62 767 218 PLN

New leader in revenue list in Poland.

In admission "Kler" is on 3rd place (it's awesome because it didn't have help from school students like "Ogniem i mieczem" or "Pan Tadeusz" - cinemas organized special screenings with cheaper tickets just for schools)

The best admission after 1989
No. Admission Movie
FLpl_small.png 7.154.579 Ogniem i Mieczem
FLpl_small.png 6.168.344 Pan Tadeusz
FLpl_small.png
5.197.325 Kler NEW
FLpl_small.png 4.302.445 Quo Vadis
5 3.766.267 Avatar
6 3.650.536 Titanic
7 3.462.021 The Passion of the Christ
8 3.395.226 Shrek 2
9 3.352.805 Shrek the Third
FLpl_small.png
3.009.971 Listy do M. 3

Polish people love their own cinema. It is not usual to see it. Good for you :) 

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On 3/25/2019 at 1:11 PM, peludo said:

Polish people love their own cinema. It is not usual to see it. Good for you :) 

Especially last year (in 2018): Top 4 movies were ALL LOCAL MOVIES (based on admissions) over there. In the year of Avenger: Infinity War/Mamma mia/Bohemian Rapsody/Jurassic World 2.

Good for them!

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Insidekino.com did a big update in top.... per country in admissions since Avatar (as that was then the top movie in so many countries)

More countries will follow, actual are 33 countries presented

Its style of presentation is very broad/wide stretched, I think its not viewable for a lot of users, so maybe some want to take a look instead

 

Countries with an * behind the term 'Besucher' = only calculated out of average ticket prices (which movies are known for a high 3D part... you will know), the most do not have that sign.

Besucher = visitor(s) = admissions

 

You will see (partly rather often) this titles very high up or included:

Ziemlich beste Freunde = Intouchables aka Untouchable aka The Intouchables aka...

Ich - Einfach unverbesserlich 3 = Despicable Me 3

Die Unglaublichen 2 = Incredibles 2

I think the other titles based on English spoken origin should be self explanatory, local movies.. a bit too much for an intro? I check those at IMDb often, to see what the international, German or ... version might be

 

A little flag before the title = local movie

 

Überblockbuster: x Besucher = x means the admissions amount/count considered per country as an 'Ueber' blockbuster, only those reaching / surpassing that are listed

 

 

http://www.insidekino.com/BO/Avatar.htm

 

= a kind of modern days admission chart (and a few surprising titles that overtook Avatar in some countries)

 

 

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Okkkaaayyy now he did the same for Titanic and what happened later. Means Avatar is also included, but it goes more into the past now, its for now for 27 countries

 

Forgot the 'Einwohner' line, directly under the county's flag: means inhabitants/population figure in the country the number is listed in

Example first named country = Germany the population figure is 83,1 Mio. Einwohner = 83.1m people living in Germany

 

http://www.insidekino.com/BO/Titanic.htm

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