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Final Footfalls For 2015 - BOI

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The final footfalls of 2015 are as follows.


1. Bajrangi Bhaijaan - 3.55 crore

2. Prem Ratan Dhan Payo - 2.28 crore

3. Bajirao Mastani - 1.88 crore 

4. Dilwale - 1.53 crore 

5. Tanu Weds Manu Returns - 1.50 crore

6. ABCD 2 - 1.22 crore

7. Welcome Back - 1.09 crore

8. Gabbar Is Back - 1.08 crore

9. Baby - 89 lakhs

10. Singh Is Bling - 83 lakhs


The top ten releases of 2015 sold around 15.85 crore tickets. The comparable for 2014 was 16.90 crore tickets sold which outlines 2014 had better films bringing much more people to the theatres although the business in terms of nett or gross is similar.

asked Mar 2, 2016 in Movie Discussions by suhas All Time best! (255,614 points)
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Close 6 crore footfalls for Salman in modern times!
Talk about superstardom.
And I would I like to know your views on prdp having more than 2 Crore footfalls and only deemed as a HIT...

answered Mar 3, 2016 by srk2617 Production Accountant (20,924 points)
selected Mar 4, 2016 by suhas

Well the film should've done more. Clean Hit yes, but beyond that it had to do more at the box office. The investment was high. But yet another film with 100cr+ distributor share for Salman Khan.
Even if it had crossed 200cr, it would still have stayed HIT.

Yes I agree with thou.. 250 should have been breached.
Never mind I've pinned my hopes on SULTAN

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It was not that good year although we got highest footfalls for a film of this decade.

answered Mar 3, 2016 by Sanal Star (141,652 points)
How many of you find Tanu weds Manu returns overrated?