Highest Grossing Bollywood Movies of 2019 | Domestic | India

Here is the list of Highest Grossing Bollywood Movies of 2019 by their Domestic box office collection in india, the list contains top 10 highest grossing movies of 2019 in Indian box office by their Indian nett collection, this list is not includes worldwide or overseas box office data.

Highest Grossing Bollywood Movies of 2019 | Domestic | India
Highest Grossing Bollywood Movies of 2019 | Domestic | India

Highest Grossing Bollywood Movies of 2019 | Domestic | India


  1. URI: The Surgical Strike – 245.36 Cr
  2. Bharat – 184.90 Cr (Still Running In Cinemas)
  3. Kesari – 155.70 Cr
  4. Total Dhamal – 154.30 Cr
  5. Gully Boy – 140.25 Cr
  6. De De Pyaar De – 99.35 Cr
  7. Luka Chuppi – 94.75 Cr
  8. Manikarnika – 92 Cr
  9. Badla – 88 Cr
  10. Kalank – 84.60 Cr
  11. Student of the year – 69 Cr
  12. Romeo Akbar Walter – 39 Cr
  13. Jungle – 25 Cr
  14. The Accidental Prime Minister – 22.65 Cr
  15. PM Narendra Modi – 22.60 Cr
  16. Ek ladki ko dekha to aisa laga – 20 Cr
  17. Thakreay – 18 Cr
  18. The Tashkent Files – 17 Cr
  19. India’s Most Wanted – 12 Cr
  20. Why cheat india – 8.25 Cr
  21. Son Chiriya – 6.60 Cr
  22. Blank – 5.15 Cr
  23. Notebook – 3.70 Cr
  24. Chota Bheem: Kung Fu Dhamaka – 3.65 Cr
  25. Amavas – 3.5 Cr
  26. Mard ko dard nahi hota – 2.5 Cr
  27. Photograph – 1.30 Cr
  28. Setters – 60 lakh
  29. Froud Saiyaan – 55 Lakh
  30. Milan Talkies – 52 Lakh
  31. Mere Pyaare Prime Minister – 40 Lakh
  32. Paharganj – 28 lakh
  33. Rangeela Raja – 20 Lakh
  34. 72 Hours – 20 lakh
  35. Ham chaar – 20 lakh
  36. Bombariya – 15 lakh
  37. Gone kesh – 14 lakh
  38. The fakir of venic – 12 lakh
  39. Risknamaa – 12 lakh
  40. Dosti ke side effects – 10 lakh
  41. No fathers in Kashmir – 9 lakh
  42. SP Chouhan – 8 lakh

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Disclaimer: 

1.The all Data is complied from various sources and our research.
2 .The figures can be approximate and we do not make any claims about the authenticity of the data. However they are adequately indicative of the box-office performance of the films.

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