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Pan India 1000 Cr grossers: 3 South Indian films, 1 Bollywood film

By:  Tupaki Desk   |   30 April 2022 9:15 AM GMT
Pan India 1000 Cr grossers: 3 South Indian films, 1 Bollywood film
In an interesting report that depicts the dominance of South Indian cinema in the pan-India circuit, as many as 3 South Indian films have grossed the monstrous Rs 1000 crores mark till now.

RRR, KGF 2, and Baahubali 2 are the three South Indian films to have grossed Rs 1000 crores till now and these are the three South Indian films on the list. On the other hand, Hindi biggie Dangal is the only Bollywood film on the list.

Baahubali 2 was the first Indian film to gross over Rs 1000 crores worldwide and Dangal could emulate the feat, largely thanks to the stellar run it put at China box office.

Then, RRR hit the bullseye as it grossed over Rs 1000 crores and even went past the Rs 1100 crores mark. Tha Jr NTR and Ram Charan featuring film, which is directed by SS Rajamoulis is the highest grossing Indian film of 2022.

Now, KGF 2 has also entered the club as it has grossed over Rs 1000 crores worldwide. The film is doing exceptionally well in the mass pockets across the country. It is the second highest grossing film of 2022 and it is expected to go strong at the box office for another week or so.

As things stand, South Indian films are ruling the roost in Indian cinema with multiple box office blockbusters of epic magnitude. This dominance is not expected to end anytime soon as there are many more biggies in the pipeline.

If Pushpa 2 gets the right word of mouth, the film has a very good chance of going on a sensational run at the box office. The film can bank on the blockbuster platform laid by the first part, Pushpa 1 which has become a huge blockbuster on OTT as well. There is more to come from Prabhas's Salaar as well.

As it stands, Bollywood is in no position to even stand in front of South Indian cinema as these films are offering the Hindi audience what they want and consequently, they are lapping up South Indian films.