Top Hindi Movies That Earned Over Rs 100 Crore But Still Failed At Box Office

Hindi Movies Flopped Rs 100 Crore

Every other day Bollywood bestows us with different Hindi movies. To say that it makes cinephiles the happiest would be a sheer understatement. Many of those movies join the Rs 100 crore club. However, a lot of them do not even appeal to the audience. Why? Because they fail to leave an impact. This is a testament to how prominent personalities being a part of a movie does not guarantee a successful box office response. Today we are here to talk about the same. We have curated a list of the top 8 Hindi movies that joined the Rs 100 crore club but still failed at the box office. Check it out.


1. Laal Singh Chaddha

Laal Singh Chaddha Aamir Khan
Laal Singh Chaddha / Poster

Aamir Khan and Kareena Kapoor starrer Laal Singh Chaddha was a Hindi remake of Tom Hanks’s Forrest Gump. However, this recreation did not leave the same impact as the original movie. Furthermore, as per the Indian Express, the film did manage to procure Rs 108.47 crore worldwide. However, it was still not the audience’s favorite.


2. Zero

Zero Reviews

The 2018 movie Zero was the one that was full of an ensemble cast. Shah Rukh Khan, Katrina Kaif, and Anushka Sharma were the lead actors in the movie. Regardless, the movie could not create the loud roar that everyone anticipated. Furthermore, as per the Times of India, this movie was made on a budget of Rs 270 crore and extracted only Rs 178 crore worldwide.


3. Thugs Of Hindostan

Thugs Of Hindostan

Thugs of Hindostan was another big-budgeted movie filled with prominent personalities from B-town. Furthermore, this directorial work of Vijay Krishna Acharya included Aamir Khan, Amitabh Bachchan, Katrina Kaif, and Fatima Sana Shaikh, among others. Set in the backdrops of Raunakpur in 1795, this period drama was a massive disappointment for the audience. As per the Times of India, the movie was made on a budget of Rs 300 crore and collected only Rs 138 crore.


4. Tubelight

Zee Cine Awards

The fan following of Salman Khan is beyond crazy. Therefore, his movies always manage to join the Rs 100 crore club. However, seldom do his films actually have the “wow” element. Tubelight was one such movie that was made on a budget of Rs 135 crore and earned Rs 114 crore.


5. Vikram Vedha

Hrithik Vikram Vedha

Vikram Vedha was a remake of R. Madhavan and Vijay Sethupathi’s 2017 Tamil hit of the same title. While the fans were hoping for the Hindi remake to be as impactful, it was not really the case. The movie did fairly well, but the fans still liked the Tamil version better. Furthermore, the film was made on a budget of Rs 175 crore and crossed Rs 100 crore.


6. 83

83 The Film Team

83 was one of the most anticipated projects of Ranveer Singh. It came out on December 24, 2021. Furthermore, Deepika Padukone, Pankaj Tripathi, Tahir Raj Bhasin, and others were also a part of the movie. However, it still failed to meet the expectations of the audience. According to the Times of India, the film was made on a budget of 230 crore and only received Rs 103 crore in return.


7. Radhe Shyam

Radhe Shyam Poster

Prabhas is one of the most expensive actors of all time. Well, it makes sense considering he gave a blockbuster hit with the Baahubali franchise. The actor sought to do some experiments as we went ahead to do a romantic movie named Radhe Shyam. He was against successful actress Pooja Hegde. However, the film failed to be a huge hit. It only extracted about Rs 140 crore in all languages.


8. Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan

Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan

When the festivity of Eid is here, and so is Salman Khan’s movie, how can it not join the Rs 100 crore club? However, Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan, starring Salman Khan, Pooja Hedge, and Shehnaaz Gill, among others, was a huge failure. This remake of Ajith Kumar’s Tamil movie Veeram could not create the same magic. Furthermore, according to reports, the film earned Rs 182 crore globally.

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