#WrapUp19: Bollywood’s Top Hits of 2019; Movie Edition.
Uri was theatrically released on 11 January 2019, and grossed over ₹342 crore (US$53 million) worldwide. Based on domestic net collection, the film is among top ten in the list of Hindi films with highest domestic net collection.Gully Boy released on 15 February 2019 to positive reviews from critics. Opened with a collection of ₹19.4 crore on its first day. In two weeks of release, the film grossed ₹220 crore. The film grossed ₹165.58 crore, its worldwide gross to ₹245.21 crore ($36.55 million).
Released on 8th March 2019, in its opening weekend Badla collected ₹27.38 crore from domestic market. The film had worldwide gross collection of ₹138.49 crore consisting of domestic gross of ₹103.88 crore and overseas gross of ₹34.61 crore.
Released on 17th May 2019, it has grossed ₹143.04 crore worldwide, with gross of ₹123.38 crore in India and ₹19.66 crore overseas. The film emerged as a commercial success.
Released on 21st June, Kabir Singh is a remake of the Telugu film Arjun Reddy (2017). On the third day, the film collected ₹27.91 crore. As of 10 October 2019, with a gross of ₹331.24 crore in India and ₹47.78 crore overseas, the film has a worldwide gross collection of ₹379.02 crore. Kabir Singh is the second highest grossing Bollywood film of 2019.
Released on 12th July, Super 30 collected ₹11.83 crore from India, and ₹6.18 crore from overseas on the opening day.
Released on 15th August, On its first day of release, Mission Mangal earned ₹29.16 crore nett in India to become the third highest-opening for a Bollywood film in 2019, and Kumar’s highest opening ever. It recorded collections of ₹16.75-17 crore on the second day, outperforming in the regions of Mumbai, Mysore and West Bengal.
Released on 13th September, the film has become the eleventh highest-grossing Bollywood film of 2019. As of 24 October 2019, with a gross of ₹169.36 crore in India and ₹31.44 crore overseas, the film has grossed ₹200.80 crore worldwide.
Released on 2nd October, War opened with collection of ₹53.35 crore on its first day. … As of 28 November 2019, with gross of ₹378.46 crore from India and ₹96.33 crore from overseas, the film has grossed ₹474.79 crore worldwide, and has become the highest-grossing Bollywood film of 2019.
Released on 7th November, Bala’s opening day domestic collection was ₹10.15 crore. On the second day, the film collected ₹15.73 crore. On the third day, the film collected ₹18.07 crore, taking total opening weekend collection to ₹43.95 crore.
With Pati Patni Aur Woh, Panipat, Mardaani 2 are already making a big impact on the Box Office. Da-baang 3 and Good Newwz are yet to be released lets see how they fare at the Box Office.
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