Nonetheless, in last year there were a couple of triumphs and a couple of failures, perhaps more failures than triumphs. There have been the public suspects – the A-listers who be able to to pull in crowds every time they release a film and then there also are a couple of surprise entries. Here’s a list of top 7 best grossing Indian movies of the year 2017. The statistics mentioned here are the gross collections of the movie both at the countrywide and the worldwide box offices.
1) Bahubali: The Conclusion: SS Rajamouli’s subsequent chapter of the epic series should not be a surprise. Completed on a budget of Rs 250 crore, Bahubali 2 collected Rs 1,706.5 crore, The film grossed around Rs 1253 crore at the domestic box-office and garnered as much as Rs 277 crore from the overseas market (cumulative figures of all languages). However, in terms of collections in India, Bahubali 2 surpassed Dangal by a huge margin. Bahubali 2 features Prabhas, Rana Daggubatti, Anushka Shetty, Ramya Krishnan and Tamannah Bhatia.
2) Secret superstar: Insia is very passionate about singing but she belongs to a very traditional family. Her father doesn’t let her advance her talent but her mother secretly lets her continue her passion. She begins secretly posting her songs over the internet and gains national fame including people from the music industry. it grossed ₹874 crores globally on a restricted budget of ₹15 crore, this makes it the highest grossing Indian film presenting a female protagonist of all time. It is the second highest-grossing 2017 Hindi film.
3)Tiger Zinda Hai: Tiger zinda hai is a second part of the hit movie ek tha tiger, and a spying action drama that follows a brave saving mission in Iraq. Subsequently a assembly of Indian and Pakistani fosters are held confined in Iraq by the militant Abu Usman, Indian intelligence trails down the isolated agent Tiger eight years later he runaway with former Pakistani intelligence agent Zoya. The movie was released with a budget of ₹2.1 billion and has earned more than ₹5.5 billion at the box office becoming a major success and one of the highest-grossing Indian films of all time.
4) Golmaal Again: The success of the fourth instalment of the Golmaal series is not as surprising as its collections. Each of the Golmaal movies has been successful and Golmaal Again is simply keeping up with the tradition. A gang of five goes back to the orphanage they grew up in to attend their mentor’s funeral. They come to know the truth about the place and have encounters with some friendly spirits. The Ajay Devgn starrer was made on a budget of Rs 95 crore and has minted Rs 309.45 crore worldwide. In India alone, the movie collected around Rs 200 crore.
5) Raees: Shah Rukh Khan’s large number of fans aided in the gathering of this film based on the real-life story of bootlegger, Abdul Latif who sets outs to progress his community as a talented leader but falls in a political deception. Made on a budget of Rs 100 crore, the movie hardly recovered its budget in India. But