With the year 2012 coming to an end, Koimoi thinks that the entire list of our Koimoi Top 10 Indian Movies 2012 shall be occupied with all the 100 crore club movies. Currently 7 out of 10 movies in the list have already crossed the 100 crore mark and the 8th movie to join the bandwagon will be Son Of Sardaar, which is few crores away from the mark.
Coming to the upcoming releases, we have Akshay Kumar’s Khiladi 786 and Aamir Khan’s Talaash that will surely make good business at the Box Office. Khiladi 786 has created quite a good hype amongst the fans and we believe that the single screens would be the one to lend a helping hand for the film to get a place in the 100 crore club. Hope it doesn’t turn out to be another Joker!
Knowing Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan’s penchant for good content in his films, it will be the Multiplexes that will find a way to the 100 crore club for Talaash.
Coming towards the end of December, the Salman Khan starrer Dabangg 2, which is scheduled to release on 21st of the month, will undoubtedly or rather blindly cross 100 crore mark. Salman has ruled the 100 crore club consistently since few years now, and his upcoming film Dabangg 2 will be no exception to it.
OMG Oh My God!, Bol Bachchan and Cocktail will surely be evicted from this list post Talaash, Son Of Sardaar and Dabangg 2‘s release.
In Koimoi Top 10 Indian Movies 2012, Salman may end up with 2 movies in Top 2 position i.e. Ek Tha Tiger at No. 1 position and Dabaangg 2 at No. 2. Whereas, Akshay Kumar may have 3 movies in his credit – Rowdy Rathore, Housefull 2 and Khiladi 786. Others including Hrithik Roshan (Agneepath), Shah Rukh Khan (Jab Tak Hai Jaan), Ajay Devgn (Son Of Sardaar), Ranbir Kapoor (Barfi!), and Aamir Khan (Talaash) will have single movies in their kitty.
To summarise, all the Top 10 movie list will be occupied by 100 crore club members. Take a look at the current list and the projected list here below:
Koimoi.com Bollywood Box Office – Top 10 Indian Movies 2012
CURRENT LIST (all-India net collections) (in Rs. crores)
***EXPECTED LIST*** By December 2012 (all-India net collections) (in Rs. crores)