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Maximum back to back successful movies by actors since 1994? [poll]

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Salman - 10
Varun - 9
Shahrukh - 7
Aamir - 5
Akshay - 5
Ranbir - 5

Can varun break 15 success record?
asked Nov 17, 2017 in Box Office Related by Ajay Location Manager (6,161 points)
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His upcoming movies are very promising. So I think yes he can deliver 15 consecutive success and even more.

answered Nov 17, 2017 by Vikram Singh Casting Director (19,836 points)
selected Nov 21, 2017 by Ajay
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SRK has 12 b2b successes in his run from KANK to Dilwale .!!

answered Nov 18, 2017 by THUNDER BIRD Super-star (199,525 points)

Exactly.. But he has taken Billu as SRK film

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Varun won't IMO. Box office is too unpredictable. anything can go wrong. currently he is sort of playing it safe, most doing commercial movies with medium level budgets that are not too tough to recover, but one slip up and it's all over. even with October next year he can slip up.

just like how no one could have imagined that Sallu's streak would be broken by Tubelight of all movies.

answered Nov 17, 2017 by mr.hola Unit Manager (33,476 points)
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As Usual You Are Manipulating Facts. Aamir Rang De Basanti To Dangal. The Streak Is On. 9 Successes(Inc 5 ATGs) And Upcoming Lineups To Are Sureshot Looking To Be ATG.

answered Nov 18, 2017 by Rajat Production Accountant (25,974 points)

First u check BOI data rajat.

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