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List of highest-grossing Indian films by international revenue

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of highest-grossing Indian films by international revenue, including all language films from the cinema of India (including Bollywood, the cinema of South India, and the cinema of West Bengal). These estimates are as reported by reputable sources.

History

The first Indian film to have a commercial release in an overseas territory was Dharti Ke Lal (1946), directed by Khwaja Ahmad Abbas and based on the Bengal famine of 1943. It was released in the Soviet Union in 1949.[1] The first Indian film to have a worldwide release in many countries was Aan (1952), directed by Mehboob Khan, and starring Dilip Kumar and Nimmi. It was subtitled in 17 languages and released in 28 countries,[2] including the United Kingdom,[3] United States, France,[4] and Japan, earning a considerable profit from overseas.[5] Mehboob Khan's later Academy Award nominated Mother India (1957) was an unprecedented success in overseas markets, including Europe,[6] Russia, the Eastern Bloc, French territories, and Latin America.[7]

Soviet Union

Up until the 1980s, the largest overseas market for Indian films was the Soviet Union. After Dharti Ke Lal,[1] the first Indian film to become a blockbuster at the Soviet box office was Awaara (1951), directed by Raj Kapoor and written by Khwaja Ahmad Abbas, released in the Soviet Union in 1954.[8] Indian films had the strongest presence in the Soviet foreign blockbuster charts for four decades.[9][10] 300 Indian films were released in the Soviet Union,[11] most of which were Bollywood films.[10][12] Among the foreign films that sold more than 20 million tickets in the Soviet Union, 50 were Indian films,[13][14] the highest from any nation,[10] compared to 41 Hollywood films.[10] Indian films were routinely released with hundreds of prints in the Soviet Union, with the most popular Indian films releasing with more than a thousand prints there.[14] The highest-grossing Indian film in the Soviet Union was Disco Dancer (1982),[n 1] written by Rahi Masoom Raza and starring actor Mithun Chakraborty. In terms of footfalls, the only Indian films estimated to have sold 100 million tickets overseas were Awaara[15] and Disco Dancer in the Soviet Union.[16] Indian films were very popular in Russia at the time, routinely opening to packed houses. However, the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, bringing an end to Indian cinema's largest overseas market at the time. The decline of Russian cinema in the post-Soviet era led to Indian films largely disappearing from Russian cinemas by the mid-1990s.[17]

South Asian diaspora

Since the 1990s, the largest overseas market for Indian cinema has been the South Asian diaspora.[18] The diaspora market began in the early 1990s, with the popularity of Shah Rukh Khan largely credited for starting the trend of Indian films targeting overseas NRI audiences.[19] After some overseas success from the Shah Rukh Khan starrer Darr (1993)[20] and the Madhuri Dixit and Salman Khan starrer Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! (1994),[21] the breakthrough came with Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995), starring Shah Rukh Khan as an NRI.[18] Afterwards, Indian films followed a trend of releasing worldwide with an increasing number of screens.[22][23] Shah Rukh Khan starrer Dil Se (1998) was the first Indian film to enter the United Kingdom's top 10 box office charts.[19] In 2000, the overseas export market for Indian films was worth $100 million annually.[24] Naseeruddin Shah starrer Monsoon Wedding (2001)[25] followed by Aamir Khan starrer 3 Idiots (2009) in 2011.[26][27]

China

In China, some of the Indian films to gain commercial success there during the 1970s–1980s included Awaara, Tahir Hussain's Caravan (1971), Noorie (1979), and Disco Dancer.[28][29] After Indian films declined in the country, it took decades before Tahir Hussain's son Aamir Khan opened up the Chinese market for Indian films in the early 21st century.[28][30][29] His Academy Award nominated Lagaan (2001) became the first Indian film to have a nationwide release there.[31][32] When 3 Idiots released in China, the country was only the 15th largest film market, partly due to China's widespread pirate DVD distribution at the time. However, it was the pirate market that introduced 3 Idiots to most Chinese audiences, becoming a cult hit in the country. It became China's 12th favourite film of all time, according to ratings on Chinese film review site Douban, with only one domestic Chinese film (Farewell My Concubine) ranked higher. Aamir Khan gained a large growing Chinese fanbase as a result. By 2013, China grew to become the world's second largest film market (after the United States), paving the way for Aamir Khan's Chinese box office success, starting with Dhoom 3 (2013).[30] PK (2014) was the first Indian film to collect 2 billion overseas,[33][34][35] and Dangal (2016) is the first Indian film to exceed 10 billion and $100 million overseas,[36] including ¥1.299 billion[37][38] (US$188 million) from China.[36][39] Dangal became the 16th highest-grossing film in China,[38] the fifth highest-grossing non-English language film worldwide,[40] and the highest-grossing non-English foreign film in any market.[41][42][43] His next film, the Zaira Wasim starrer Secret Superstar (2017), broke Dangal's record for the highest-grossing opening weekend by an Indian film, cementing Aamir Khan's status as a superstar in China,[44] and as "a king of the Chinese box office".[45] Salman Khan's Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Irrfan Khan's Hindi Medium also became blockbusters in China during early 2018.[46]

Overseas gross figures

The following list of films is sorted in terms of US dollars (not adjusted for inflation), the standard currency used to measure box office performance for overseas markets.[47][48][49] Currency conversions to Indian rupees are also given as reference points, but may not be consistent, as the dollar-rupee exchange rate has varied significantly over time,[50] from 4.76 rupees per dollar in the 1950s,[n 2] to 65.11 rupees per dollar in 2017.[52]

* Denotes films still running in theaters
Rank Film Year Studio(s) Director Overseas gross
(USD)
Converted gross
(INR)
Ref
1 Dangal 2016 Aamir Khan Productions
UTV Motion Pictures
Walt Disney Studios India
Nitesh Tiwari $260 million 16.93 billion [n 3]
2 Secret Superstar 2017 Aamir Khan Productions Advait Chandan $140 million ₹9.1 billion [n 4]
3 Bajrangi Bhaijaan 2015 Salman Khan Films
Kabir Khan Films
Kabir Khan $80.4 million 5.37 billion [n 5]
4 Disco Dancer 1982 B. Subhash Movie Unit Babbar Subhash $75.85 million 943 million [n 1]
5 Baahubali 2: The Conclusion 2017 Arka Media Works S. S. Rajamouli $54.1 million ₹3.81 billion [72]
6 PK 2014 UTV Motion Pictures
Rajkumar Hirani Films
Rajkumar Hirani $53.4 million 3.65 billion [n 8]
7 Andhadhun 2018 Viacom 18 Motion Pictures
Matchbox Pictures
Sriram Raghavan $48.78 million ₹3.61 billion [73]
8 Caravan 1971 Nasir Hussain Films
T.V. Films
Nasir Hussain $39 million ₹317 million [n 9]
9 Hindi Medium 2017 T-Series Saket Chaudhary $36.52 million 2.37 billion [n 10]
10 Dhoom 3 2013 Yash Raj Films Vijay Krishna Acharya $35.6 million 2.29 billion [n 11]
11 3 Idiots 2009 Reliance BIG Pictures Rajkumar Hirani $30.5 million 1.9 billion [n 12]
12 Dilwale 2015 Red Chillies Entertainment Rohit Shetty $30.2 million 1.94 billion [n 13]
13 Sultan 2016 Yash Raj Films Ali Abbas Zafar $29.82 million ₹2 billion [79]
14 Padmaavat 2018 Bhansali Productions
Viacom 18 Motion Pictures
Sanjay Leela Bhansali $29.14 million 1.85 billion [48]
15 Hichki 2018 Yash Raj Films Siddharth P. Malhotra $25 million ₹1.74 billion [n 14]
16 Sanju 2018 Rajkumar Hirani Films
Vinod Chopra Films
Rajkumar Hirani $21.5 million ₹1.48 billion [86]
17 2.0 2018 Lyca Productions S. Shankar $19.88 million ₹1.4 billion [87]
18 Tiger Zinda Hai 2017 Yash Raj Films Ali Abbas Zafar $20.3 million 1.29 billion [88]
19 Chennai Express 2013 Red Chillies Entertainment Rohit Shetty $20 million 1.21 billion [n 15]
20 Toilet: Ek Prem Katha 2017 Shree Narayan Singh $18.88 million 1.29 billion [n 16]
21 Thugs of Hindostan 2018 Yash Raj Films Vijay Krishna Acharya $18.7 million ₹1.34 billion [n 17]
22 Happy New Year 2014 Red Chillies Entertainment Farah Khan $17.21 million ₹1.05 billion [75][95]

Overseas gross adjusted for inflation

* Denotes films still running in theaters
Rank Film Year Studio(s) Director Writer(s) Overseas
gross
Adjusted gross Ref
1 Dangal 2016 Aamir Khan Productions
UTV Motion Pictures
Walt Disney Studios India
Nitesh Tiwari Nitesh Tiwari
Piyush Gupta
Shreyas Jain
$260 million 20.7 billion (US$280 million) [n 3]
2 Disco Dancer 1982 B. Subhash Movie Unit Babbar Subhash Rahi Masoom Raza $75.85 million 11.76 billion (US$189 million) [n 1]
3 Awaara 1951 All India Film Corporation
R. K. Films
Raj Kapoor Khwaja Ahmad Abbas $25.83 million ₹11.6 billion (US$177 million) [n 22]
4 Secret Superstar 2017 Aamir Khan Productions Advait Chandan Advait Chandan $140 million 9.4 billion (US$140 million) [n 4]
5 Caravan 1971 Nasir Hussain Films
T.V. Films
Nasir Hussain Nasir Hussain
Majrooh Sultanpuri
Sachin Bhowmick
$39 million ₹8.9 billion (US$137 million) [n 9]
6 Mera Naam Joker 1970 R. K. Films Raj Kapoor Khwaja Ahmad Abbas $22.13 million ₹8.46 billion (US$130 million) [n 23]
7 Bobby 1973 R. K. Films Raj Kapoor Khwaja Ahmad Abbas $21.44 million 6.38 billion (US$98 million) [n 27]
8 Bajrangi Bhaijaan 2015 Salman Khan Films
Kabir Khan Film
Kabir Khan Kabir Khan
K. V. Vijayendra Prasad
$84 million 5.80 billion (US$88 million) [n 5]
9 Barood 1976 Jugnu Enterprises Pramod Chakravorty Ehsan Rizvi
Sachin Bhowmick
$21.25 million 5.24 billion (US$80.48 million) [n 31]
10 Seeta Aur Geeta 1972 Sippy Films Ramesh Sippy Salim–Javed $18.21 million 5.17 billion (US$83 million) [n 35]
11 Sholay 1975 United Producers
Sippy Films
Ramesh Sippy Salim–Javed $23.29 million ₹5.14 billion (US$79 million) [n 39]
12 PK 2014 UTV Motion Pictures
Rajkumar Hirani Films
Rajkumar Hirani Abhijat Joshi
Rajkumar Hirani
$53.4 million 4.2 billion (US$65 million) [n 8]
13 Jagir 1984 Pramod Films Pramod Chakravorty Sachin Bhowmick $28.01 million ₹4.1 billion (US$63 million) [n 40]
14 Baahubali 2: The Conclusion 2017 Arka Media Works S. S. Rajamouli K. V. Vijayendra Prasad
S. S. Rajamouli
$54.1 million ₹3.81 billion (US$54 million) [72]
15 3 Idiots 2009 Reliance BIG Pictures Rajkumar Hirani Abhijat Joshi
Rajkumar Hirani
Vidhu Vinod Chopra
$30.5 million ₹3.5 billion (US$52 million) [n 12]
16 Andhadhun 2018 Sriram Raghavan Sriram Raghavan
Pooja Ladha Surti
Hemanth Rao
Viacom 18 Motion Pictures
Matchbox Pictures
$48.78 million ₹3.61 billion (US$48.78 million) [73]
17 Dhoom 3 2013 Yash Raj Films Vijay Krishna Acharya Aditya Chopra
Vijay Krishna Acharya
$35.6 million 2.72 billion (US$42 million) [n 11]
18 Hindi Medium 2017 T-Series Saket Chaudhary Zeenat Lakhani
Saket Chaudhary
$36.52 million 2.38 billion (US$36.52 million) [n 10]

Timeline of overseas gross records

Year Film Overseas gross
(USD)
Converted gross
(INR)
Adjusted gross Ref
1952 Aan (1952) $162,410 773,060 ₹190 million (US$2.8 million) [n 41]
1954 Awaara (1951) $25.83 million ₹153 million ₹11.6 billion (US$177 million) [n 22]
1972 Mera Naam Joker (1970) $22.13 million 168 million ₹8.46 billion (US$130 million) [n 23]
1975 Bobby (1973) $21.44 million 192 million 6.38 billion (US$95 million) [n 27]
1979 Caravan $39 million ₹317 million ₹8.9 billion (US$137 million) [n 9]
1984 Disco Dancer (1982) $75.85 million ₹943 million ₹11.76 billion (US$189 million) [n 1]
2009 3 Idiots (2009) $30.5 million 1.63 billion 3.28 billion (US$52 million) [n 12]
2014 Dhoom 3 (2013) $35.6 million 2.29 billion 2.72 billion (US$42 million) [n 11]
2015 PK (2014) $53.4 million 3.43 billion 3.84 billion (US$60 million) [n 8]
2017 Dangal (2016) $260 million 16.93 billion ₹20.7 billion (US$280 million) [n 3]

Gross records in global markets

Market(s) Highest-grossing Indian film(s) Year Gross
(local currency)
Gross
(US dollars)
Ref
Asia
China Dangal (2016) 2017 ¥1,299,120,000 $216,200,000 [38][53]
Caravan (1971) 1979 300,000,000 tickets $39,000,000 [108][109][n 9]
Arab States of the Persian Gulf Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (2017) 2017 40,769,767د.إ $11,100,000 [110][111]
Taiwan Dangal (2016) 2017 NT$166,844,341 $6,400,000 [112][n 42]
South Korea Black (2005) 2009 6,254,367,609 $5,880,000 [113][114]
Lebanon Happy New Year (2014) 2014 7,409,228,150 ل.ل. $4,886,127 [115][116]
Malaysia Dilwale (2015) 2015 RM14,640,535 $3,748,697 [117]
Bigil (2019) 2019 RM12,698,000 $3,067,149 [118]
Hong Kong Dangal (2016) 2017 HK$27,139,998 $3,600,000 [119][n 43]
Pakistan Race 3 (2018) 2018 373 million $2,732,959 [120]
Japan Muthu (1995) 1998 ¥450,000,000 $4,098,230 [121][122]
Nepal Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (2017) 2017 रु25 $2,214,745 [123]
Indonesia My Name is Khan (2010) 2010 Rp 14,537,681,534 $1,600,000 [124][125]
Singapore 2.0 (2018) 2018 S$100000000000 $1,000,0000000 [126][127]
Sri Lanka Bigil (2019) 2019 රු276,275,000 $1,560,000 [128]ETimes October 2019 https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/tamil/movies/news/vijay-starrer-bigil-gets-a-huge-response-in-sri-lanka/articleshow/71758585.cms. Missing or empty |title= (help)</ref>
Eurasia
Soviet Union Disco Dancer (1982) 1984 60,000,000 руб $75,800,000 [n 6]
Turkey Secret Superstar (2017) 2017 1,815,038 $468,276 [66][129]
Russia My Name Is Khan (2010) 2010 4,880,545 $161,064 [130][131]
Americas
United States
Canada
Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (2017) 2017 US$20,186,659 $20,186,659 [132]
Peru Dilwale (2015) 2016 S/ 1,011,653 $317,690 [133][134]
Argentina The Lunchbox (2013) 2014 AR$1,909,640 $227,751 [135][136]
Mexico The Lunchbox (2013) 2014 Mex$1,885,972 $123,677 [135][137]
Brazil The Lunchbox (2013) 2014 R$271,798 $119,582 [135][138]
Colombia The Lunchbox (2013) 2014 COL$239,381,792 $116,840 [135][139]
Europe
United Kingdom Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham (2001) 2001 605,085 tickets $3,623,550 [140][141]
Germany The Lunchbox (2013) 2013 1,286,912 $1,709,663 [142]
Salaam Bombay! (1988) 1989 258,728 tickets [143]
France Salaam Bombay! (1988) 1988 633,899 tickets [144]
The Lunchbox (2013) 2013 481,368 tickets $474,401 [144][145]
Italy The Lunchbox (2013) 2013 €327,364 $444,915 [135][146]
Spain Parched (2016) 2016 €235,223 $264,058 [147][148]
Sweden The Lunchbox (2013) 2014 2,982,258 kr $448,856 [135][149]
Austria The Lunchbox (2013) 2013 €177,860 $239,926 [150][142]
Belgium 2.0 (2018) 2018 €154,085 $212,057 [135][151]
Norway The Lunchbox (2013) 2014 1,030,016 kr $171,202 [135][152]
Netherlands My Name Is Khan (2010) 2010 €93,909 $127,875 [130][153]
Oceania
Australia Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (2017) 2017 A$3,350,372 $2,474,974 [154][155]
New Zealand 2.0 (2018) 2018 NZ$1,129,671 $676,450 [156][157]
Fiji 2.0 (2018) 2018 FJ$484,258 $235,440 [158][159]
Africa
Nigeria English Vinglish (2012) 2012 133,732,816 $842,330 [160][161]
Egypt My Name Is Khan (2010) 2010 2,911,204 $517,018 [130][162]
South Africa Vedalam (2015) 2015 R 4,803,006 $376,000 [163][164]

International co-productions

Rank Film Year Studio(s) Co-production
countries
Director Overseas gross
(USD)
Converted gross
(INR)
Adjusted gross Ref
1 Lincoln 2013 DreamWorks Pictures
20th Century Fox
Reliance Entertainment
Participant Media
United States Steven Spielberg $275 million ₹16.11 billion ₹23.29 billion (US$306 million) [165]
2 The Help 2011 DreamWorks Pictures
Reliance Entertainment
United States
United Arab Emirates
Tate Taylor $216.6 million ₹10.11 billion ₹17.7 billion (US$249 million) [166]
2 Gandhi 1982 Goldcrest Films
NFDC
United Kingdom Richard Attenborough $91.72 million 867.3 million 15.82 billion (US$243 million) [n 44]
3 Bride and Prejudice 2005 Pathé Pictures International
UK Film Council
Kintop Pictures
Bend It Films
Inside Track Films
Bride Productions
United Kingdom
United States
Gurinder Chadha $24.71 million ₹1.09 billion ₹3.15 billion (US$32.74 million) [170][171]
4 My Name Is Khan 2010 20th Century Fox
Fox Searchlight Pictures
Image Nation Abu Dhabi
United States
Hong Kong
Karan Johar $23.5 million ₹1.09 billion ₹2.08 billion (US$28 million) [172][173]
5 Monsoon Wedding 2001 Mirabai Films
Delhi Dot Com
France
Germany
Italy
United States
Mira Nair $22.45 million 1.1 billion 3.12 billion (US$48 million) [n 45]
6 The Namesake 2006 Mirabai Films
UTV Motion Pictures
Entertainment Farm
United States
Japan
Mira Nair $18.5 million ₹1.005 billion ₹2.7 billion (US$23.7 million) [177][178]
7 Water 2005 Deepa Mehta Films
Flagship International
David Hamilton Productions
Echo Lake Productions
Canada
United States
Deepa Mehta $10.42 million ₹472 million ₹1.29 billion (US$13 million) [179][180]
8 Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love 1997 NDF International
Pony Canyon
Pandora Filmproduktion
Channel Four Films
Mirabai Films
United Kingdom
Germany
Japan
Mira Nair $8.6 million ₹312.3 million ₹1.35 billion (US$13.9 million) [181][178]
9 Salaam Mumbai 2016 Chiragdeep International
Filmiran
Iran Ghorban Mohammadpour $3.9 million ₹275 million ₹445 million (US$4 million) [182]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d Disco Dancer in Soviet Union: US$75.85 million[n 6] (9.428 billion)[n 7] in 1984 (US$189 million (11.76 billion)[71] in 2016)
  2. ^ a b c 4.7619 Indian rupees per US dollar from 1950 to 1965[51]
  3. ^ a b c Dangal overseas gross – US$260 million (₹1,693.3 crore)
  4. ^ a b Secret Superstar overseas gross – US$140 million (₹9.4 crore)
    • China – US$124.4 million[63] (₹8.632 billion)[55][52]
    • Hong Kong – HK$14 million[64]US$1,786,649 (₹118 million)[65]
    • Russia – US$6,682[66] (₹440,000)[52]
    • Other territories – 650 million (US$8.6 million)[67]
  5. ^ a b Bajrangi Bhaijaan: 524.05 crore (US$82 million), or with inflation 5,240.5 million (equivalent to 6.7 billion or US$89 million in 2020)
    • China – US$48 million[68] (313 crore)[52]
    • Other territories – US$30.9 million[49] (211.05 crore)[62]
  6. ^ a b Disco Dancer: 60 million Soviet rubles in 1984,[16] 0.791 rubles per US dollar in 1984[69]
  7. ^ 12.43 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1984[70]
  8. ^ a b c PK: US$53.4 million,[49] 3.65 billion (equivalent to 5.0 billion or US$66 million in 2020)[62]
  9. ^ a b c d See Caravan (1971 film) § Box office
  10. ^ a b Hindi MediumUS$36.2 million (₹235.65 crore)
    • China – US$34 million[74] (₹2,214 million)[52]
    • Other territories – US$2.2 million (₹142.5 million)[75]
  11. ^ a b c Dhoom 3: US$35.6 million,[49] 2.29 billion (equivalent to 3.3 billion or US$44 million in 2020)[76]
  12. ^ a b c 2.0: US$30.5 million,[49] 1,861.42 million (equivalent to 4.0 billion or US$53 million in 2020)[77]
  13. ^ Dilwale: US$30.2 million,[49] 1.94 billion (equivalent to 2.5 billion or US$33 million in 2020)[78]
  14. ^ Hichki overseas gross:
    • China – US$21.83 million[80] (₹1,531.3 million)[81]
    • Hong Kong – HK$2,869,318[82]US$366,176 (₹2.6 crore)
    • Taiwan – NT$3,595,273[83]US$116,359 (₹77 lakh)
    • Russia – US$20,157[84] (₹14.2 lakh)
    • Other territories – ₹173 million[85] (US$2.46 million)
  15. ^ Chennai Express overseas gross: 121 crore (equivalent to 175 crore or US$23 million in 2020),[89] $21 million in 2013[90]
  16. ^ Toilet: Ek Prem KathaUS$18.88 million (₹128.34 crore)
    • China – US$14.38 million[91] (₹977.8 million)[52]
    • Other territories – US$4.5 million (₹301.6 million)[75]
  17. ^ Thugs of Hindostan:
    • China – CN¥62 million[92]$8.97 million (₹65.21 crore)[93]
    • Other territories – $9.5 million (₹69 crore)[94]
  18. ^ 4 Soviet rubles per US dollar from 1950 to 1960[69]
  19. ^ 35 million re-run admissions up until 1964-1966,[15] average Soviet ticket price of 25 kopecks in the mid-1960s[97]
  20. ^ 0.9 SUR per US$ from 1961 to 1971[69]
  21. ^ See Awaara § Box office
  22. ^ a b Awaara$25.09 million (₹141.7 million), equivalent to ₹12.7 billion (US$194 million) adjusted for inflation
    • Soviet Union – $16.97 million (₹96.3 billion), equivalent to $139 million (₹912 crore) adjusted for inflation
    • China – CN¥14.8 million – $8.86 million (₹72.2 million), equivalent to $38 million (₹2.48 billion) adjusted for inflation[n 21]
  23. ^ a b Mera Naam Joker in the Soviet Union – Released in three parts, with the first part drawing 29 million admissions, the second part 22.6 million, and the final part 21.5 million, adding up to 73.1 million admissions.[99] This was equivalent to approximately 18.28 million Soviet rubles[97] ($22.13 million,[69] ₹16.81 crore)[100] at the time, or $137 million (₹915 crore) adjusted for inflation in 2017.
  24. ^ 62.6 million tickets sold,[14][101] average ticket price of 25 kopecks[97]
  25. ^ 0.73 Soviet rubles per US dollar in 1975[69]
  26. ^ 8.973 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1975[102]
  27. ^ a b Bobby in Soviet Union: 15.65 million SUR[n 24] (US$21.44 million,[n 25] 192.4 million)[n 26] in 1975 (US$103 million (6.38 billion)[71] in 2016)
  28. ^ 60 million tickets sold,[14][101] average ticket price of 25 kopecks[97]
  29. ^ 0.706 Soviet rubles per US dollar in 1978[69]
  30. ^ 8.15 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1978[70]
  31. ^ Barood in Soviet Union: 15 million SUR[n 28] (US$21.25 million,[n 29] 173.2 million)[n 30] in 1978 (US$84 million (5.24 billion)[71] in 2016)
  32. ^ 55.2 million tickets sold,[14][101] average ticket price of 25 kopecks[97]
  33. ^ 0.758 Soviet rubles per US dollar in 1976[69]
  34. ^ 8.804 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1976[70]
  35. ^ Seeta Aur Geeta in Soviet Union: 13.8 million SUR[n 32] (US$18.21 million,[n 33] 160.3 million)[n 34] in 1976[14] (US$83 million (5.17 billion)[71] in 2016)
  36. ^ 60 million tickets sold,[103] average ticket price of 25 kopecks[97]
  37. ^ 64.4 SUR per $100 in 1979[69]
  38. ^ ₹8.13 per dollar in 1979[104]
  39. ^ Sholay in the Soviet Union: 15 million SUR[n 36] ($23.29 million,[n 37] ₹189.3 million)[n 38] in 1979,[105] equivalent to $73 million (₹5.56 billion) in 2017.
  40. ^ Jagir in the Soviet Union – 38 million admissions.[14] This was equivalent to approximately 19 million Soviet rubles[106] ($28.01 million,[69] ₹353.23 million)[107] in 1986, or $66 million (₹4.437 billion) adjusted for inflation in 2017.
  41. ^ Aan overseas gross: 773,060[2] ($162,410).[n 2] Adjusted for inflation, this is equivalent to $2.79 million (₹19 crore).[51]
  42. ^ 410 million (US$5.4 million)[56]
  43. ^ 231 million (US$3.1 million)[57]
  44. ^ Gandhi: $91,723,256, equivalent to $245,976,470 (15.82 billion[52]) in 2017
    • North America — US$52,767,889[167] (₹498.9 million)[52]
    • United Kingdom — £22.3 million[168] (US$38,955,367,[169] 368.4 million)[52]
  45. ^ Monsoon WeddingUS$22.45 million, which in Indian rupees was 1,100.1 million (equivalent to 3.7 billion or US$49 million in 2020).[174]
    • United States – $13,885,966[175]
    • Other territories – $8,564,778[176]

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