With new movies releasing every week at the box office, the first week is all that many movies get at the box office. Because, when the next Friday sets in and some other movie releases – there is a reduction in screen space, the buzz is not that strong and people who wanted to see the film have already seen it.
While Major movies manage to do business beyond the first week if they are supported by positive reviews and a solid word of mouth. But the drops that happen in the second week is bigger than 50% if normal cases.
Let us check the list of the movies with Highest First week collection of all time.
|Rank||Movie||Release Date||BOTY Score||Collections|
|Bahubali 2 – The Conclusion||28 Apr, 2017||89|| 247 cr|
|Sultan||6 Jul, 2016||72|| 229.16 cr|
|Dangal||23 Dec, 2016||85|| 197 cr|
|Bajrangi Bhaijaan||8 Jul, 2015||75|| 184.65 cr|
|PK||19 Dec, 2014||77|| 182.90 cr|
|Dhoom 3||20 Dec, 2013||69|| 178.9 cr|
|Krrish 3||1 Nov, 2013||65|| 166.8 cr|
|Prem Ratan Dhan Payo||12 Nov, 2015||59|| 157.6 cr|
|Chennai Express||9 Aug, 2013||54|| 156.7 cr|
|Kick||25 Jul, 2014||57|| 155.31 cr|
|Golmaal Again||20 Oct, 2017||62|| 136.07 cr|
|Happy New Year||24 Oct, 2014||55|| 133.6 cr|
|Ek Tha Tiger||15 Aug, 2012||58|| 128 cr|
|Raees||25 Jan, 2017||71|| 121.78 cr|
|Singham Returns||15 Aug, 2014||60|| 112.04 cr|
|Bang Bang||2 Oct, 2014||68|| 107.94 cr|
|Tubelight||23 Jun, 2017||60|| 106.86 cr|
|Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani||31 May, 2013||63|| 105.35 cr|
|Bodyguard||31 Aug, 2011||55|| 103 cr|
|Dabangg 2||21 Dec, 2012||63|| 99.04 cr|
|Judwaa 2||29 Sep, 2017||63|| 98.08 cr|
|Toilet – Ek Prem Katha||11 Aug, 2017||75|| 96.05 cr|
|Dilwale||18 Dec, 2015||59|| 95.37 cr|
|Ra One||26 Oct, 2011||53|| 90.53 cr|
|Kaabil||25 Jan, 2017||76|| 89.01 cr|
Colour - BOTY Score Range
What is BOTY Score?
BOTY Score is a carefully evaluated rating assigned to every movie in BestoftheYear.in Database. The Score is calculated by averaging ratings from major critics, active BOTY members and other user reviews.
background means movie still Running at the box office.
*All Figures are in crore rupees and have been rounded off to nearest sensible value.