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2.0: Akshay Kumar to Score his first 150 Crore Movie

2.0: Akshay Kumar to Score his first 150 Crore Movie
2.0: Akshay Kumar to Score his first 150 Crore Movie

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The Khiladi Akshay Kumar has been one of the most consistent superstars of Bollywood. In fact, in recent times, no other actor has given so many successful films so frequently as Akshay Kumar. That’s why he is the 2nd highest 100 crore club movie actor, with 10 movies into the club. Only Salman Khan (13) has more movies in it than him.

Although Akshay Kumar’s films almost always enter the profitable zone, he has never given a film that has collected 150 crore in its lifetime. Considering the kind of massive fan following and stardom Akshay Kumar has, it is something strange to witness.

Well, Akshay Kumar’s latest release 2.0 has now beaten his Toilet: Ek Prem Katha ‘s lifetime total of 134 crore to become Akshay’s highest grossing film of all time. 2.0’s current total is 139.75 crore. In its 2nd weekend, it will cross the 150 crore mark and will become Akshay Kumar’s 1st ever film to cross the 150 crore milestone in India. Fans and Akshay himself will be pretty happy to see this and the way 2.0 is getting tremendous response in theaters. The Khiladi deserves this.

This benchmark is vital for Akshay Kumar’s career ahead as he has a big line up of movies in 2019 and we hope, his future movies will create even bigger benchmarks in terms of box office performance. Akshay Kumar has Mission Mangal, Kesari, Good News and many more amazing movies in 2019.

Check out Akshay Kumar’s Highest Grossing Films of All Time

MovieYearCollections
(in Crore)
2.02018139.75*
Toilet: Ek Prem Katha2017134.25
Rowdy Rathore2012133.25
Airlift2016129.00
Rustom2016127.42
Jolly LLB 22017117.00
Holiday2014112.00
Housefull 32016109.13
Gold2018107.37
Housefull 22012106.00

*Film still running in theaters

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