There are good films, there are bad films and there are Salman films. This is the word box office trade uses and in one breath. Salman Khan is having the best phase of his career and what else it is a significant one. This chocolate boy of 90s who re-wrote box office history with numerous box office mega hits at that time is right now having a even better phase then that time. Salman was down and dusted in early 2000. Trade pundit wrote him off. With court cases and troubled love life, this enigmatic Khan was almost dead. But as faith says he rose like a phoenix from the ashes and now is breaking box office records and setting new standards. Let's see how he fared in last 3-4 years. He had 6 significant release from 2010 till present.
Salman Khan recent movies (2010-2013) and how they fared at the Box Office India Market -
Dabangg 2 (2012) - Lifetime Box Office - 159.25 cr nett (approx). Blockbuster. All associated with the film earned huge profit.
Ek Tha Tiger (2012) - Lifetime Box Office - 197.45 cr nett (approx). Blockbuster. Biggest distributor share in history of Bollywood. First film to cross 100 crore Distributor Share. One of the most profitable venture in history of Bollywood.
Bodyguard (2011) - Lifetime Box Office - 148 cr nett (approx). Blockbuster. All associated with the film earned huge profit.
Ready (2011) - Lifetime Box Office - 121 cr nett (approx). Blockbuster. All associated with the film earned profit.
Dabangg (2010) - Lifetime Box Office - 145 cr nett (approx). All Time Blockbuster. One of the most profitable venture in history of Bollywood.
Veer (2010) - Lifetime Box Office - 37.5 cr nett (approx). Below Average.
Salman Khan had 6 releases from 2010 till present out of which 1 film is ATBB, 4 films are Blockbuster and 1 film is Below Average.
All Time Blockbuster - 1.
Blockbuster - 4.
Super Hit - None
Hit - None
Semi Hit/Above Average/Average/Below Average - 1
Flop/Disaster/All Time Disaster -None
Hit Ratio - 83%.
100 Crore Club - 5
Salman Khan upcoming new movies are - Mental (2013/2014), Kick (2014), No Entry Mein Entry (2014), Prabhu Deva's Next (2014).