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1. Akshay Kumar = 46 (102)
2. Shah Rukh Khan = 36 (54)
3. Ajay Devgn = 34 (84)
4. Salman Khan = 31 (61)

Note: only upated data is considered.
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asked in Movie Discussions by Mega Star (245k points)
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I think no as Akki will keep on doing medium budget 2/3 films if they earn just 100cr & above then it will be a success whereas Salman & Srk need's more films with higher collections so they will always be chasing the Khiladi Kumar ..

answered by Second Unit Director (79.8k points)
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It's as impossible as any actor overtaking Salman Khan's Blockbusters + Superhits( 19) and Aamir Khan's all time Blockbusters(5) among present actors

answered by Assistant Director (47.1k points)
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Look at the difference in movies of Akki and others, and then the amount in which khan movies are termed as flops is amount needed for Akki movies to emerge as succes, so no chance, he'll continue doing small movies and get hit in small collections and will stay ahead of others in this matter.

answered by Super-star (199k points)


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No khans or Devgan cant catch Akshay here infact except Amitabh and Dharamendra no one can.

But even he cant catch khans in terms of atbb atg hgoty bhoty mwfoty hgotd bhotd mwfotd hgotc BB Superhit footfalls opening records and overseas toh bhul hi jaao

answered by Casting Director (18.8k points)
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I think we should count success ratio. Coming to the question I think he will remain here at top as he do much more movies compared to others.

answered by Casting Director (19.8k points)
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Highly unlikely, because he will continue to do films in higher volumes as compared to others.

answered by Location Manager (5.2k points)