Note: Komal Nahta's Film Information doesn't really use All Time Blockbuster, Blockbuster verdicts... They follow the age old verdicts i.e. CLASS AA, CLASS A1, CLASS BB, CLASS B1, CLASS B, Flops which will be clearly explained below.
So, the Super Hit, Hit, Semi Hit mentioned here are not same as the Super Hit, Hit, Semi Hits mentioned in BOI & several other similar sites. According to Film Informationmagazine a Semi Hit film is one which earns twice it's cost. In case of BOI, BOI.co.in, other popular trade tracking sites as well as "producer's" figures following sites, a film thatearns twice it's cost is called as HIT film.
SUPER-HIT -- CLASS ‘AA' (films which earn three times their cost or more that in the box office)
HIT -- CLASS ‘A1’ (films which earn more than twice their cost, but less than three times their cost)
SEMI-HIT -- CLASS ‘A’ (films which earn twice their cost)
OVERFLOW -- CLASS ‘BB’ (films which earn more than 125% of their investment)
COMMISSION EARNERS -- CLASS ‘B1’ (films which cover at least 20% over and above their investment)
AVERAGE -- CLASS ‘B’ (films that earned back their investment)