Salman Khan Highest Grossing Movies List
Salman Khan Highest Grossing Movies List

Salman Khan Highest Grossing Movies: From Tiger Zinda Hai to Bajrangi Bhaijaan, a look at the highest earning movies of Salman Khan.

Salman Khan is the undisputed Box Office king of Bollywood. He started his Bollywood career with Sooraj Barjatya’s Maine Pyaar Kiya which turned out one the biggest blockbusters of all time. Things were not going well for Salman till the release of Wanted in 2009. From 2000 to 2009, he has been very inconsistent as his movies were not performing well. His success ratio saw a major fall in this period. Wanted was a turning point for the actor and since then there is no looking back. Today, we will look at the highest-grossing movies of Salman Khan.

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From Dabangg released on Eid 2010 to Bharat released in Eid 2019, Salman Khan delivered as many as fourteen 100 crore grossers. The dominance of Salman can be judged by the fact that his last 14 movies have crossed 100 crore mark at the domestic box office. Currently, he is the undisputed king of the domestic office with his 9 movies out of the last 13 turned out to be blockbusters. Let’s have a detailed look at Salman Khan highest grossing movies.

Tiger Zinda Hai

Released on 22 Dec 2017, Tiger Zinda Hai was a huge hit at the box office. With the lifetime collection of 339.5 crores, it is currently the highest-grossing movie of Salman Khan.

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Salman Khan in Tiger Zinda Hai
Bajrangi Bhaijaan

It is one of the most loved movies of this decade. The combo of Salman Khan’s innocence, Nawazuddin’s superb acting, Munni’s cuteness ensures that the movie makes its way right to the audience heart. Released on Eid 2016, Bajrangi Bhaijaan earned 320+ crores.

Salman Khan Highest Grossing Movies - Bajrangi Bhaijaan
Salman Khan Highest Grossing Movies – Bajrangi Bhaijaan

Salman Khan as desi wrestler not only won hearts but the movie was also a blockbuster with the lifetime collection of 300.5 crores.

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Released on Eid 2014, Kick was good enough to keep Salman Khan fans glued to the screen. It earned around 233.7 crores at the domestic box office.

Kick First Day Box Office Collections
Salman Khan in Kick
Prem Ratan Dhan Payo

Salman Khan and Sooraj Barjatya reunite after a long gap of 17 years. Such is the stardom of Salman that the most boring film of 2015 earned 209 crores.

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Salman and Sonam in PRDP

Released on Eid 2019, Bharat got off to a huge opening. It earned 42.3 crores on its first day. However, after a huge opening weekend, it crashes and managed to collect only 211 crores in its lifetime.

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Ek Tha Tiger

Released on Eid 2012, Ek Tha Tiger set the box office on fire from the word go. It took the best opening of all time with the collection of 32+ crores. Eventually, it fell short of 200 crore mark and earned 198 crores.

Salman Khan Highest Grossing Movies - Ek Tha Tiger
Salman Khan Highest Grossing Movies – Ek Tha Tiger
Race 3

Released on Eid 2018, Salman Khan’s Race 3 managed to earn 169 crores in India despite very poor reviews and public reaction.

Salman Khan Race 3 movie release date
Salman Khan Race 3 movie release date
Dabangg 2

The sequel to 2010 blockbuster Dabangg managed to earn 155 crores despite being an average film.

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Released on Eid 2011, Bodyguard was a blockbuster at the box office with the lifetime collection of 148.86 crores.

Bodyguard movie poster
Bodyguard movie poster

Dabangg was Salman Khan’s first 100 crore grosser. The movie received an incredible response from the audience and went on to earn 138.8 crores.

Salman Khan Highest Grossing Movies - Dabangg
Salman Khan Highest Grossing Movies – Dabangg

After a huge success of Bajrangi Bhaijaan, the expectations were high from Salman and Kabir Khan. However, Tubelight was rejected by the audience and managed to earn 121 crores only.

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Salman was at the top of his game when Ready was released in June 2011. The movie earned 120 crores in India.

Jai Ho

Another Salman Khan multi-starer crossed 100 crores mark in India. The film was a box office failure.

Daisy Shah in Jai Ho (2014)
Daisy Shah and Salman Khan in Jai Ho

Salman Khan holds the record of the highest number of 100 crores, 200 crores and 300 crores grossers. He has the most number of domestic blockbuster and ATBB to his name. You can check Salman Khan’s box office report card.

List Of Salman Khan Highest Grossing Movies

Movie NameRelease dateCollectionVerdict
Tiger Zinda HaiDecember 22, 2017339.16 crBlockbuster
Bajrangi BhaijaanJuly 17, 2015320.34 crAll Time Blockbuster
SultanJuly 6, 2016300.45 crBlockbuster
KickJuly 25, 2014233.7 crBlockbuster
BharatJune 05, 2019211 crHit
Prem Ratan Dhan PaayoNovember 12, 2015209 crSuperhit
Ek Tha TigerAugust 14, 2012199 crBlockbuster
Race 3June 15, 2018169 crAverage
Dabangg 2December 21, 2012155 crBlockbuster
BodyguardAugust 31, 2011148.8 crBlockbuster
DabanggSeptember 10, 2010139 crAll Time Blockbuster
TubelightJune 23, 2017121 crFlop
ReadyJune 3, 2011120 crBlockbuster
Jai HoJanuary 24, 2014116 crSemi Hit
Hum Aapke Hai KounAugust 5,199469.75 crAll Time Blockbuster

So, this is the list of Salman Khan’s highest grossing movies. Which is your favourite movie among these? Share your views with us in the comments section.

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  1. My favourite Salman Khan film is Dabangg. This movie is a complete package of Action and Comedy. Salman Khan steals the show. Dabangg is surely one of the best performances of his career. I loved every part of the film.

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