List of highest-grossing Indian films in overseas markets

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This is a list of highest-grossing Indian films in overseas markets, 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[edit]

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 Mother India (1957) was an unprecedented success in overseas markets, including Europe,[6] Russia, the Eastern Bloc, French territories, and Latin America.[7]

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.[15] The highest-grossing Indian film in the Soviet Union was Disco Dancer (1982).[n 1] The Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, bringing an end to Indian cinema's largest overseas market at the time.

Since the 1990s, the largest overseas market for Indian cinema has been the South Asian diaspora.[16] 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.[17] After some overseas success from Shah Rukh Khan starrer Darr (1993)[18] and Salman Khan starrer Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! (1994),[19] the breakthrough came with Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995), starring Shah Rukh Khan as an NRI.[16] Afterwards, Indian films followed a trend of releasing worldwide with an increasing number of screens.[20][21] Dil Se (1998) became the first Indian film to enter the United Kingdom's top 10 box office charts.[17] My Name is Khan (2010) was the first Indian film to collect 1 billion overseas,[22] grossing $23.5 million in 2010,[23] followed by 3 Idiots (2009) in 2011.[24][25]

In China, the few Indian films to gain commercial success there during the 1970s–1980s included Awaara, Tahir Hussain's Caravan (1971), Noorie (1979), and Disco Dancer.[26][27] 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.[26][28][27] His Academy Award nominated Lagaan (2001) became the first Indian film to have a nationwide release there.[29][30] 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).[28] PK (2014) was the first Indian film to collect 2 billion overseas,[31][32][33][34] and Dangal (2016) is the first Indian film to exceed 10 billion and $100 million overseas,[35] including ¥1.299 billion[36][37] (US$196 million) from China.[35][38] Dangal became the 16th highest-grossing film in China,[37] the fifth highest-grossing non-English language film worldwide,[39] and the highest-grossing non-English foreign film in any market.[40][41][42] 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,[43] and as "a king of the Chinese box office".[44][45]

Overseas gross figures[edit]

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.[46][47][22] 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,[48] from 4.76 rupees per dollar in the 1950s,[n 2] to 65.11 rupees per dollar in 2017.[49]

* 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
Nitesh Tiwari $250 million 16.17 billion [n 3]
2 Secret Superstar * 2017 Aamir Khan Productions Advait Chandan $140 million 8.75 billion [n 4]
3 Disco Dancer 1982 B. Subhash Movie Unit Babbar Subhash $75.85 million 943 million [n 1]
4 PK 2014 UTV Motion Pictures
Rajkumar Hirani Films
Rajkumar Hirani $53.4 million 3.65 billion [n 7]
5 Baahubali 2: The Conclusion * 2017 Arka Media Works S. S. Rajamouli $43.74 million 2.94 billion [n 8]
6 Dhoom 3 2013 Yash Raj Films Vijay Krishna Acharya $35.6 million 2.29 billion [n 9]
7 Bajrangi Bhaijaan 2015 Salman Khan Films
Kabir Khan Films
Kabir Khan $30.9 million 1.98 billion [n 10]
8 3 Idiots 2009 Reliance BIG Pictures Rajkumar Hirani $30.5 million 1.9 billion [n 11]
9 Dilwale 2015 Red Chillies Entertainment Rohit Shetty $30.2 million 1.94 billion [n 12]
10 Padmaavat * 2018 Bhansali Productions
Viacom 18 Motion Pictures
Sanjay Leela Bhansali $29 million 1.65 billion [65][66]
11 Sultan 2016 Yash Raj Films Ali Abbas Zafar $26 million 1.68 billion [n 13]
12 My Name is Khan 2010 Red Chillies Entertainment
Dharma Productions
Karan Johar $23.5 million 1.1 billion [23][69]
13 Bobby 1973 R. K. Films Raj Kapoor $21.44 million 192 million [n 17]
14 Barood 1976 Jugnu Enterprises Pramod Chakravorty $21.25 million 173 million [n 21]
15 Tiger Zinda Hai * 2017 Yash Raj Films Ali Abbas Zafar $20.21 million 1.32 billion [73][49]
16 Chennai Express 2013 Red Chillies Entertainment Rohit Shetty $20 million 1.21 billion [n 22]
17 Seeta Aur Geeta 1972 Sippy Films Ramesh Sippy $18.21 million 160 million [n 26]
18 Happy New Year 2014 Red Chillies Entertainment Farah Khan $16.71 million 1.02 billion [75]
19 Ghajini 2008 Reliance Entertainment AR Murugadoss $16.09 million 700 million [76][77]
20 Kabali 2016 V. Creations Pa. Ranjith $15.65 million 1.05 billion [22][57]
21 The Lunchbox 2013 DAR motion pictures
UTV Motion Pictures
Dharma Productions
Ritesh Batra $15.25 million 931 million [n 28]
22 Bajirao Mastani 2015 Bhansali Productions Sanjay Leela Bhansali $15.1 million 1.01 billion [75]
23 Raja Jani 1972 Mehboob Studio Mohan Segal $14.85 million 129 million [n 32]
24 Prem Ratan Dhan Payo 2015 Rajshri Productions Sooraj Barjatya $14.78 million 979 million [75]
25 Zanjeer 1973 Filmistan Prakash Mehra $14.58 million 115 million [n 36]
26 Mamta 1966 N.T. Studio Asit Sen $14.47 million 109 million [n 40]
27 Aradhana 1969 United Producers Shakti Samanta $14.29 million 109 million [n 44]
28 Raees 2017 Red Chillies Entertainment
Excel Entertainment
Rahul Dholakia $14.1 million 959 million [75]
29 Jab Tak Hai Jaan 2012 Yash Raj Films Yash Chopra $13.23 million 724 million [75]
30 Bang Bang! 2014 Fox Star Studios Siddharth Anand $13.2 million 811 million [81]

Overseas gross adjusted for inflation[edit]

* 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
Nitesh Tiwari Nitesh Tiwari
Piyush Gupta
Shreyas Jain
$250 million 16.17 billion (US$250 million) [n 3]
2 Disco Dancer 1982 B. Subhash Movie Unit Babbar Subhash Rahi Masoom Raza $75.85 million 11.76 billion (US$179 million) [n 1]
3 Secret Superstar * 2017 Aamir Khan Productions Advait Chandan Advait Chandan $140 million 8.75 billion (US$140 million) [n 4]
4 Bobby 1973 R. K. Films Raj Kapoor Khwaja Ahmad Abbas $21.44 million 6.38 billion (US$98 million) [n 17]
5 Mamta 1966 N.T. Studio Asit Sen Nihar Ranjan Gupta $14.47 million 6.38 billion (US$97 million) [n 40]
6 Char Dil Char Rahen 1959 Naya Sansar Khwaja Ahmad Abbas Khwaja Ahmad Abbas $11.06 million 5.91 billion (US$89 million) [n 46]
7 Aradhana 1969 United Producers Shakti Samanta Sachin Bhowmick $14.29 million 5.51 billion (US$84 million) [n 44]
8 Phool Aur Patthar 1966 Ralhan Productions O. P. Ralhan Akhtar ul Iman
Ehsan Rizvi
$12.89 million 5.31 billion (US$81 million) [n 48]
9 Barood 1976 Jugnu Enterprises Pramod Chakravorty Ehsan Rizvi
Sachin Bhowmick
$21.25 million 5.24 billion (US$78 million) [n 21]
10 Seeta Aur Geeta 1972 Sippy Films Ramesh Sippy Salim-Javed $18.21 million 5.17 billion (US$78 million) [n 26]
11 Love in Simla 1960 Filmalaya R. K. Nayyar Agha Jani $9.72 million 5.11 billion (US$78 million) [n 50]
12 Jagte Raho 1956 R. K. Films Sombhu Mitra
Amit Maitra
Khwaja Ahmad Abbas
Sombhu Mitra
$9.33 million 4.77 billion (US$72 million) [n 52]
13 Hamraaz 1967 United Producers B. R. Chopra Akhtar ul Iman $11.28 million 4.7 billion (US$71 million) [n 55]
14 Gunga Jumna 1961 Citizen Films Nitin Bose Dilip Kumar
Wajahat Mirza
$8.92 million 4.57 billion (US$69 million) [n 57]
15 Awaara 1951 All India Film Corporation
R. K. Films
Raj Kapoor Khwaja Ahmad Abbas $7.25 million 4.37 billion (US$65 million) [n 59]
16 PK 2014 UTV Motion Pictures
Rajkumar Hirani Films
Rajkumar Hirani Abhijat Joshi
Rajkumar Hirani
$53.4 million 4.2 billion (US$65 million) [n 7]
17 Ram Aur Shyam 1967 Vijaya International Tapi Chanakya Kaushal Bharati $10.1 million 3.96 billion (US$59 million) [n 62]
18 Haathi Mere Saathi 1971 Devar Films M. A. Thirumugam Salim-Javed $8.92 million 3.76 billion (US$57 million) [n 66]
19 3 Idiots 2009 Reliance BIG Pictures Rajkumar Hirani Abhijat Joshi
Rajkumar Hirani
Vidhu Vinod Chopra
$30.5 million 3.28 billion (US$52 million) [n 11]
20 Baahubali 2:
The Conclusion
*
2017 Arka Media Works S. S. Rajamouli K. V. Vijayendra Prasad
S. S. Rajamouli
$43.74 million 2.94 billion (US$44 million) [n 8]
21 Zanjeer 1973 Filmistan Prakash Mehra Salim-Javed $14.58 million 2.82 billion (US$43 million) [n 36]
22 Dhoom 3 2013 Yash Raj Films Vijay Krishna Acharya Aditya Chopra
Vijay Krishna Acharya
$35.6 million 2.72 billion (US$42 million) [n 9]
23 Raja Jani 1972 Mehboob Studio Mohan Segal Shahid Akberpuri
S. Ali Raza
$14.85 million 2.6 billion (US$39 million) [n 32]
24 My Name is Khan 2010 Red Chillies Entertainment
Dharma Productions
Karan Johar Shibani Bathija
Karan Johar
$23.5 million 2.2 billion (US$34.1 million) [23][75]
25 Bajrangi Bhaijaan 2015 Salman Khan Films
Kabir Khan Film
Kabir Khan Kabir Khan
Kausar Munir
$30.9 million 2.1 billion (US$33 million) [n 10]
26 Dilwale 2015 Red Chillies Entertainment Rohit Shetty Sajid-Farhad $30.2 million 2.05 billion (US$32 million) [n 12]
27 Padmaavat * 2018 Bhansali Productions
Viacom 18 Motion Pictures
Sanjay Leela Bhansali Sanjay Leela Bhansali
Malik Muhammad Jayasi
$29 million 1.65 billion (US$29 million) [65][66]
28 Jagir 1984 Pramod Films Pramod Chakravorty Sachin Bhowmick $12.52 million 1.81 billion (US$28 million) [n 70]
29 Abdullah 1980 Zafo Film Sanjay Khan Kader Khan $11.28 million 1.81 billion (US$28 million) [n 74]
30 Dilwale Dulhania
Le Jayenge
1995 Yash Raj Films Aditya Chopra Javed Siddiqui $6.2 million 1.72 billion (US$27 million) [n 75]

Timeline of overseas gross records[edit]

Year Film Overseas gross
(USD)
Converted gross
(INR)
Adjusted gross Ref
1952 Aan (1952) $162,410 773,060 102.5 million (US$1.5 million) [n 76]
1954 Awaara (1951) $7.25 million 35 million 4.37 billion (US$65 million) [n 59]
1962 Char Dil Char Rahen (1959) $11.06 million 53 million 5.91 billion (US$89 million) [n 46]
1969 Mamta (1966) $14.47 million 109 million 6.38 billion (US$97 million) [n 40]
1975 Bobby (1973) $21.44 million 192 million 6.38 billion (US$95 million) [n 17]
1984 Disco Dancer (1982) $75.85 million 943 million 11.76 billion (US$179 million) [n 1]
2010 My Name is Khan (2010) $23.7 million 1.05 billion 2.2 billion (US$34.1 million) [23][75]
2011 3 Idiots (2009) $30.5 million 1.63 billion 3.28 billion (US$52 million) [n 11]
2014 Dhoom 3 (2013) $35.6 million 2.29 billion 2.72 billion (US$42 million) [n 9]
2015 PK (2014) $53.4 million 3.43 billion 3.84 billion (US$60 million) [n 7]
2017 Dangal (2016) $250 million 16.17 billion 16.17 billion (US$250 million) [n 3]

Gross records in global markets[edit]

Market(s) Highest-grossing Indian film(s) Year Gross
(local currency)
Gross
(US dollars)
Ref
Asia
China China (PRC) Dangal (2016) 2017 ¥1,299,120,000 $202,006,286 [37][89]
 Arab Gulf States (GCC) Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (2017) 2017 40,769,767د.إ $11,100,000 [90][91]
 Taiwan Dangal (2016) 2017 NT$166,844,341 $6,400,000 [92][n 77]
 South Korea Black (2005) 2009 7,424,439,795 $5,880,000 [94][95]
PK (2014) 2015 ₩6,658,085,618 $5,880,000 [96][97]
 Lebanon Happy New Year (2014) 2014 7,409,228,150 ل.ل. $4,886,127 [98][99]
Malaysia Malaysia Dilwale (2015) 2015 RM14,640,535 $3,748,696 [100]
 Hong Kong Dangal (2016) 2017 HK$27,139,998 $3,600,000 [101][n 78]
 Pakistan Sultan (2016) 2016 37,00,00,000 $3,531,575 [103]
   Nepal Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (2017) 2017 रु25,00,00,000 $2,326,439 [104]
 Indonesia My Name Is Khan (2010) 2010 Rp 14,537,681,534 $1,600,000 [105][106]
 Japan 3 Idiots (2009) 2013 ¥150,000,000 $1,600,000 [107][108]
Muthu (1995) 1998 ¥208,000,000 $1,587,918 [5][109]
 Singapore Dilwale (2015) 2015 S$1,374,927 $1,000,000 [110][111]
 Sri Lanka Mersal (2017) 2017 රු10,00,00,000 $686,900 [112]
Eurasia
Soviet Union Soviet Union (USSR) Disco Dancer (1982) 1984 60,000,000 руб $75,853,350 [n 5]
 Turkey Secret Superstar (2017) 2017 1,815,038 $468,276 [113][114]
 Russia (CIS) My Name Is Khan (2010) 2010 4,880,545 $161,064 [115][116]
Americas
 United States
 Canada
Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (2017) 2017 US$20,186,659 $20,186,659 [117]
 Peru Dilwale (2015) 2016 S/ 1,011,653 $317,686 [118][119]
 Argentina The Lunchbox (2013) 2014 AR$1,909,640 $227,751 [79][120]
 Mexico The Lunchbox (2013) 2014 Mex$1,885,972 $144,673 [79][121]
 Brazil The Lunchbox (2013) 2014 R$271,798 $119,582 [79][122]
 Colombia The Lunchbox (2013) 2014 COL$239,381,792 $116,840 [79][123]
Europe
 United Kingdom Dhoom 3 (2013) 2013 £2,710,319 $4,446,998 [124][125][126]
 France The Lunchbox (2013) 2013 3,095,196 $4,106,501 [n 27]
Salaam Bombay! (1988) 1988 21,552,566 F $3,803,394 [n 79]
 Germany The Lunchbox (2013) 2013 €1,286,912 $1,707,390 [130]
 Sweden The Lunchbox (2013) 2014 2,982,258 kr $448,856 [79][131]
 Italy The Lunchbox (2013) 2013 €327,364 $444,915 [79][132]
 Austria The Lunchbox (2013) 2013 €177,860 $239,926 [133][130]
 Belgium The Lunchbox (2013) 2014 €154,085 $212,057 [79][134]
 Norway The Lunchbox (2013) 2014 1,030,016 kr $171,202 [79][135]
 Spain The Lunchbox (2013) 2014 €124,424 $169,192 [79][136]
 Netherlands My Name Is Khan (2010) 2010 €93,909 $127,875 [115][137]
Oceania
 Australia Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (2017) 2017 A$3,350,372 $2,474,974 [138][139]
 New Zealand Padmaavat (2018) 2018 NZ$864,827 $638,429 [140][141]
 Fiji Golmaal Again (2017) 2017 FJ$484,258 $235,440 [142][143]
Africa
 Egypt My Name Is Khan (2010) 2010 2,911,204 $517,018 [115][144]
 South Africa Dilwale (2015) 2015 R 4,803,006 $376,000 [145][146]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Disco Dancer in Soviet Union: US$75.85 million[n 5] (942.8 million)[n 6] in 1984 (US$179 million (11.76 billion)[57] in 2016)
  2. ^ a b c d e f g 4.7619 Indian rupees per US dollar from 1950 to 1965[80]
  3. ^ a b c Dangal overseas gross — 1,617 crore (US$250 million)
  4. ^ a b Secret Superstar overseas gross: 8.75 billion (US$140 million)
    • China: US$124.4 million[52] (8.1 billion)[49]
    • Other territories: 650 million (US$10 million)[53]
  5. ^ a b Disco Dancer: 60 million Soviet rubles in 1984,[54] 0.791 rubles per US dollar in 1984[55]
  6. ^ 12.43 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1984[56]
  7. ^ a b c PK: US$53.4 million,[22] 3.65 billion (equivalent to 4.2 billion or US$65 million in 2017)[51]
  8. ^ a b Baahubali 2 overseas gross: US$43,742,289 (2.9378 billion)
  9. ^ a b c Dhoom 3: US$35.6 million,[22] 229 crore (equivalent to 277 crore or US$43 million in 2017)[62]
  10. ^ a b Bajrangi Bhaijaan: US$30.9 million,[22] 198.4 crore (equivalent to 213 crore or US$33 million in 2017)[63]
  11. ^ a b c 3 Idiots: US$30.5 million,[22] 186.142 crore (equivalent to 333 crore or US$52 million in 2017)[64]
  12. ^ a b Dilwale: US$30.2 million,[22] 194 crore (equivalent to 208 crore or US$32 million in 2017)[63]
  13. ^ Sultan: 1.68 billion (US$26 million)[67][68]
  14. ^ 62.6 million tickets sold,[15][70] average ticket price of 25 kopecks[71]
  15. ^ 0.73 Soviet rubles per US dollar in 1975[55]
  16. ^ 8.973 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1975[72]
  17. ^ a b c Bobby in Soviet Union: 15.65 million SUR[n 14] (US$21.44 million,[n 15] 192.4 million)[n 16] in 1975 (US$98 million (6.38 billion)[57] in 2016)
  18. ^ 60 million tickets sold,[15][70] average ticket price of 25 kopecks[71]
  19. ^ 0.706 Soviet rubles per US dollar in 1978[55]
  20. ^ 8.15 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1978[56]
  21. ^ a b Barood in Soviet Union: 15 million SUR[n 18] (US$21.25 million,[n 19] 173.2 million)[n 20] in 1978 (US$80 million (5.24 billion)[57] in 2016)
  22. ^ Chennai Express overseas gross: 121 crore (equivalent to 146 crore or US$23 million in 2017),[68] $21 million in 2013[74]
  23. ^ 55.2 million tickets sold,[15][70] average ticket price of 25 kopecks[71]
  24. ^ 0.758 Soviet rubles per US dollar in 1976[55]
  25. ^ 8.804 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1976[56]
  26. ^ a b Seeta Aur Geeta in Soviet Union: 13.8 million SUR[n 23] (US$18.21 million,[n 24] 160.3 million)[n 25] in 1976[15] (US$78 million (5.17 billion)[57] in 2016)
  27. ^ a b The Lunchbox in France: 481,368 tickets,[127] €6.43 average ticket price (2013).[128]
  28. ^ The Lunchbox overseas gross: $15,253,681 (930,590,316)[78]
    • United States: $4,235,151[79]
    • France: €3,095,196 ($4,106,501)[n 27]
    • Other territories: $6,912,029[79]
  29. ^ 40.1 million tickets sold,[15] average ticket price of 25 kopecks[71]
  30. ^ 0.675 Soviet rubles per US dollar in 1981[55]
  31. ^ 8.6585 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1981[80]
  32. ^ a b Raja Jani in Soviet Union: 10.025 million SUR[n 29] (US$14.85 million,[n 30] 128.6 million)[n 31] in 1981[15] (US$40 million (2.6 billion)[57] in 2016)
  33. ^ 37.3 million tickets sold,[15] average ticket price of 25 kopecks[71]
  34. ^ 0.6395 Soviet rubles per US dollar in 1980[55]
  35. ^ 7.8629 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1980[80]
  36. ^ a b Zanjeer in Soviet Union: 9.325 million SUR[n 33] (US$14.58 million,[n 34] 114.6 million)[n 35] in 1980[15] (US$43 million (2.82 billion)[57] in 2016)
  37. ^ 52.1 million tickets sold,[15][70] average ticket price of 25 kopecks[71]
  38. ^ a b c d e f g 0.9 Soviet rubles per US dollar from 1961 to 1971[55]
  39. ^ a b 7.5 Indian rupees per US dollar from 1967 to 1970[80]
  40. ^ a b c Mamta in Soviet Union: 13.025 million SUR[n 37] (US$14.47 million,[n 38] 108.5 million)[n 39] in 1969[15] (US$97 million or 6.38 billion[57] in 2016)
  41. ^ 47.4 million tickets sold,[15] average ticket price of 25 kopecks[71]
  42. ^ 0.829 Soviet rubles per US dollar in 1972[55]
  43. ^ 7.5945 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1972[80]
  44. ^ a b Aradhana in Soviet Union: 11.85 million SUR[n 41] (US$14.29 million,[n 42] 108.5 million)[n 43] in 1972[15] (US$84 million (5.51 billion)[57] in 2016)
  45. ^ 39.8 million tickets sold,[15] average ticket price of 25 kopecks[71]
  46. ^ a b Char Dil Char Rahen in Soviet Union: 9.95 million SUR[n 45] (US$11.06 million,[n 38] 52.7 million)[n 2] in 1962[15] (US$89 million or 5.91 billion[57] in 2016)
  47. ^ 46.4 million Soviet tickets sold,[15] average ticket price of 25 kopecks[71]
  48. ^ Phool Aur Patthar in Soviet Union: 11.6 million SUR[n 47] (US$12.89 million,[n 38] 96.7 million)[n 39] in 1970[15] (US$81 million or 5.31 billion[57] in 2016)
  49. ^ 35 million Soviet tickets sold,[15] average ticket price of 25 kopecks[71]
  50. ^ Love in Simla in Soviet Union: 8.75 million SUR[n 49] (US$9.72 million,[n 38] 46.3 million)[n 2] in 1963[15] (US$78 million or 5.11 billion[57] in 2016)
  51. ^ 33.6 million Soviet tickets sold,[15] average ticket price of 25 kopecks[71]
  52. ^ Jagte Raho in Soviet Union: 8.4 million SUR[n 51] (US$9.33 million,[n 38] 44.4 million)[n 2] in 1965[15] (US$72 million or 4.77 billion[57] in 2016)
  53. ^ 42.4 million Soviet tickets sold,[15] average ticket price of 25 kopecks[71]
  54. ^ 7.4919 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1971[80]
  55. ^ Hamraaz in Soviet Union: 10.6 million SUR[n 53] (US$11.78 million,[n 38] 88.3 million)[n 54] in 1971[15] (US$71 million or 4.70 billion[57] in 2016)
  56. ^ 32.1 million Soviet tickets sold in 1965,[15] average Soviet ticket price of 25 kopecks in the mid-1960s[71][12]
  57. ^ Gunga Jumna in Soviet Union: 8.03 million SUR[n 56] (US$8.92 million,[n 38] 42.5 million)[n 2] in 1965 (US$69 million or 4.57 billion[57] in 2016)
  58. ^ 4 Soviet rubles per US dollar from 1950 to 1960[55]
  59. ^ a b Awaara in Soviet Union: 29 million SUR[82] (US$7.25 million,[n 58] 34.5 million)[n 2] in 1954 (US$66 million or 4.37 billion[57] in 2016)
  60. ^ 33.4 million Soviet tickets sold,[15] average ticket price of 25 kopecks[71]
  61. ^ 7.6 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1972[80]
  62. ^ Ram Aur Shyam in Soviet Union: 8.35 million SUR[n 60] (US$10.1 million,[83] 76.8 million)[n 61] in 1972[15] (equivalent to US$59 million or 3.96 billion in 2016)[51]
  63. ^ 34.8 million Soviet tickets sold,[15] average Soviet ticket price of 25 kopecks)[71][12]
  64. ^ 0.7536 Soviet rubles per US dollar in 1974[55]
  65. ^ 8.1016 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1974[80]
  66. ^ Haathi Mere Saathi in Soviet Union: 8.7 million SUR[n 63] (US$11.54 million,[n 64] 93.5 million)[n 65] in 1974[15] (US$57 million or 3.76 billion[57] in 2016)
  67. ^ 38 million Soviet tickets sold,[15] average ticket price of 25 kopecks[71]
  68. ^ 0.7585 Soviet rubles per US dollar in 1986[55]
  69. ^ 12.6108 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1986[80]
  70. ^ Jagir in Soviet Union: 9.5 million SUR[n 67] (US$12.52 million,[n 68] 157.9 million)[n 69] in 1986[15] (US$28 million or 1.81 billion[57] in 2016)
  71. ^ 31.9 million Soviet tickets sold,[15] average ticket price of 25 kopecks[71]
  72. ^ 0.707 Soviet rubles per US dollar in 1983[55]
  73. ^ 10.0989 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1983[80]
  74. ^ Abdullah in Soviet Union: 7.975 million SUR[n 71] (US$11.28 million,[n 72] 113.9 million)[n 73] in 1983[15] (US$28 million or 1.81 billion[57] in 2016)
  75. ^ Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge overseas gross: 20 crore[84] (USS$6.2 million),[85] equivalent to 172 crore (US$27 million) in 2016.
    • Inflation rate of 8.59 times: 53.31 crore domestic nett,[86] equivalent to 458 crore (US$71 million) in 2016.[87]
  76. ^ Aan overseas gross: 773,060[2] ($162,410).[n 2] Adjusted for inflation, this is equivalent to $1.5 million[88] (10.25 crore)[51] in 2016.
  77. ^ 41 crore (US$6.4 million)[93]
  78. ^ 23.1 crore (US$3.6 million)[102]
  79. ^ Salaam Bombay in France: 633,899 tickets,[127] 34 F (US$6) average ticket price (1991).[129]

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