2017 has been an interesting year for Bollywood and We have seen a lot of movies come and go. But which among them became the top grosser of 2017? It’s very obvious. Box office collection
which dominated this calendar year with humongous collections and broke worldwide records is at rank 1 in the list of top grossers of 2017. It is also one of the best Bollywood movies of 2017 considering its box office collections and the amazing response it received from the critics and the audiences.
The difference between the top movie and the second movie is more than 300 crores right now. We hope the upcoming movies of 2017 like Tiger Zinda Hai, JHMS, etc reduce this gap.
Overall, this year hasn’t been a really good year for the box office as compared to previous years. This year many small budget movies like Hindi Medium & Sachin: A Billion dreams, managed to do respectable collections. Also, Varun Dhawan scored huge success with a 100 crore movie with himself in the solo lead.
Here are the top 25 highest grossing Bollywood movies of 2017. Check out where your favorite movie stands in this list.
So far, 9 films have managed to make it to the 100 crore club, which are Tubelight, Baahubali 2 (Hindi), Raees, Kaabil, Jolly LLB 2, Badrinath Ki Dulhania, Toilet: Ek Prem Katha, Judwaa 2 and Golmaal Again.
Don’t miss reading our compilation of highest grossing Bollywood movies this year.
Well, here’s the latest update on ‘Top 10 Highest Grossers of 2017’. So far, 9 films have managed to make it to the 100 crore club, which are Bollywood films – Raees, Kaabil, Jolly LLB 2, Badrinath Ki Dulhania, Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, Toilet: Ek Prem Katha, Judwaa 2 and Golmaal Again. The 10th one to enter the coveted list is Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif’s Tiger Zinda Hai.
Baahubali 2 : The Conclusion Movie Review | This One Is As Big As The 1st Part; Maybe Even Better
What’s Good: A powerful story and Rajamouli’s vision to build this magnum opus is laudable. This is a visual spectacle!
What’s Bad: A few over the top action sequences and hamming by supporting cast is annoying.
Loo Break: At your own risk!
Watch or Not?: I’m sure you gonna watch it if you have seen the first one. Baahubali 2 is equally gripping and a must watch for those who saw the first one!
The story takes off exactly from where it ended in the first part. Shiva (Prabhas) has learnt about his heritage and now we are learning the back story of Amarendra Baahubali (Prabhas).
Amarendra has been chosen by Sivagami (Ramya Krishnan) to become the next King of Mahishmati Kingdom. Before his swearing in ceremony, he is asked to take a tour of the regions under his leadership as a commoner, just to learn in depth about his people. On his tour, Amarendra meets Devasena (Anushka Shetty). She is a fiery princess who knows well when to use her sword. Impressed by her beauty and valor, Baahubali falls in love with her. While he is still in disguise as a commoner, Devasena too starts to harbor feelings for him.
When a proposal is sent by Sivagami for Devsena, the princess who has her head held high, refuses to get wooed by the gold and gifts sent to her. While Baahubali misunderstands the proposal to be for his marriage it actually turns out to be for his brother Bhallaladeva (Rana Daggubati).
Sivagami doesn’t have a liking for Devasena after her arrogant refusal and asks her to be captured and brought to Mahishmati. Baahubali accompanies Devasena and eventually the truth about their love is disclosed in court. In order to honor the vow that Sivagami gave Bhallaladeva for his marriage to Devasena, Baahubali steps down as King and Bhalladeva takes the throne.
After a mythological twist, there’s the biggest mystery of all time to be solved. Why did Katappa kill Baahubali? And why did Sivagami have to give her life, saving Baahubali’s child – Shiva/Mahendra?
Baahubali 2: The Conclusion Review: Script Analysis
After the kind of response Baahubali: The Beginning received, I can’t imagine the kind of pressure, the makers had whilst working on this one. So many expectations and theories latched onto one mystery.
The first half of Baahubali takes its own sweet time to establis