The year 2016 has found some conclusion, and it's a great opportunity to see which movies profited. Salman Khan's Sultan is at present at the top spot however Aamir Khan's Dangal may simply change all that.
Let's take a look at top 10 bollywood movies of 2016
Dangal is another games based film to have done well in 2016. While it's gaining energetic progress at the box office - it's made over Rs 100 crore in three days! - one holds up to check whether it crosses the 300 crore mark. Aamir Khan has proved once more that his name spells class and his film's subject stays miles far from being an ordinary hero-heroine affair.
The Salman Khan starrer right now governs this rundown. It's the main 2016 release that has figured out how to go past the 300 crore mark. The film intelligently coordinated a romantic story with a games subject. With Anushka Sharma being a great deal something other than Salman Khan's partner, the film ended up being a satisfying background.
3. M S Dhoni: The Untold Story
This is the first ever case in Bollywood that the top three movies of the year manages sports. The third film in the rundown is MS Dhoni: The Untold Story, a biopic on Indian cricket skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni. The way Neeraj Pandey directed the film and the way Sushant Singh Rajput experienced the part makes it a standout amongst the most memorable movies of the recent times.
The truth is in, and that is practically obvious with each of the movies in the rundown up until this point, either being inspired by real life events or based on real life people. Airlift is the same, as it recounts the tale of the biggest departure at any point done ever. Akshay Kumar is awesome in the film, which took a decent begin, just to develop hugely with powerful word of mouth.
Rustom is also based on a real life event. The outrage including Commander K M Nanavati had shaken the country over four decades back and artistically as well, it snatched consideration when Akshay Kumar recounted the story to a skillet India group of onlookers. Rustom released during the Independence Day weekend and played firmly on the patriotism point too. Result? Another superhit for Akshay.
6. Ae Dil Hai Mushkil
Karan Johar's Diwali release Ae Dil Hai Mushkil could have added another 25-30 crore to its aggregate had there been no conflict with Ajay Devgn's Shivaay. In any case, the film worked in more ways than one and ended up being a much necessary hit for its lead actor Ranbir Kapoor. Anushka Sharma and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan loaned capable support.
7. Housefull 3
The third hit for Akshay Kumar in the year (a deed that has not been expert by some other superstar in a truly long time), Housefull 3 was a fun ride with its own particular share of supporters and depreciators. It went ahead to score a century.
While the earlier movies have featured built up on-screen characters, Baaghi has a one-film-old Tiger Shroff driving the show. Maker Sajid Nadiadwala (who also has Housefull 3 shockingly) indicated much conviction in his Heropanti group of Tiger Shroff and executive Sabbir Khan, and put his cash on Baaghi. The film took a decent begin as well as earned a decent and predictable keep running for itself the nation over.
The surprise of the year, Neerja took a moderate begin however wound up multiplying its Rs 4.7 crore opening day by more than 16 times. It has risen as a standout amongst the most loved movies that developed through powerful word-of-mouth. Sonam Kapoor makes a magnificent showing with regards to in the film, and she's as of now receiving the benefits.
10. Kapoor & Sons
A quintessential multiplex achievement, Kapoor and Sons had Rishi Kapoor in the title part with Sidharth Malhotra and Fawad Khan playing his grandsons. At the very onset, it appeared like a little film with an odd story. But the ultimate result was remarkably endearing as groups of audiences offered the Karan Johar creation a thumbs up. Director Shakun Batra showed great development with his well made story.