Indian Director Who’s Every Film Grossed Rs 100 Crore

Indian Director whose films crossed the Rs 100 crore mark is not Rohit Shetty or Rajamouli. Read to know who is he.

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It’s an immense challenge to master the box office game in the film industry. Even big actors like Shah Rukh Khan failed to give hits whereas lesser-known actors like Sunny Deol have surprised us with blockbuster hits. This doesn’t apply only to actors. But also for directors as they struggle to consistently deliver hits. But exceptions are always there. We are going to name a director who has nailed it for 25 years. Ensuring that each of his films crosses the Rs 100 crore mark.

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Indian Director with every film in the 100-crore club

So this filmmaker who’s movies every film has entered the 100-crore club. Is none other than Karan Johar. His journey began as an assistant to Aditya Chopra in the iconic movie Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge. Later he jumped on to the director’s chair with Kuch Kuch Hota Hai in 1998, which became India’s highest-grossing film that year, raking in Rs 107 crore worldwide. Moving further the names that are on the hit list are films like Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, and Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna all crossed the 100 crore mark. My Name is Khan went even further, hitting Rs 223 crore. The hits kept going with “Student of the Year” and “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil.” The second one even went beyond the 200-crore mark, which was certainly a big achievement.

Making a comeback after seven years recently with Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani. The film has shattered its own records, grossing over Rs 350 crore globally. And it’s inching closer to the remarkable 400-crore figure.

Rohit Shetty

Interestingly, while all six of his films have made it to the 100-crore club, there’s another director who’s on the list. And that is director Rohit Shetty. His list includes an impressive nine films in the 100-crore league. Naming a few it’s Golmaal 3 and Sooryavanshi. His top-grossing movie, Chennai Express, raked in a staggering Rs 423 crore. However, Shetty also has six films that were not able to reach the 100-crore mark. Some of them are Zameen Rs 18 crore Sunday Rs 32 crore, and Cirkus Rs 62 crore business.

Arpita Mackelvy
Arpita Mackelvy
Arpita is In-house content creator at NON. She is in writing for the last 6 years and contribute to some of biggest publishers in the industry.

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