Ruled 90’s.Box Office Collection Of Sunny Deol’s Hit Movies.

Born as Ajay Singh Deol, the Bollywood actor Sunny Deol recently celebrated his 65th birthday where people around the world and various other celebs wished him happiness on his birthday. Popularly addressed as the Angry Man of Bollywood, Sunny Deol might seem an angry young man on screen but is rather too shy in the real world. Hailing as one of the most prominent actors of the 90s, let’s have a look at the box office collections of his movies: 

Jeet

Rated as 5.7 on IMDb, this film marked its release on 23rd August 1996. Surrounding a love triangle formed between a feared Hitman and an already married couple, this film stars Salman Khan, Sunny Deol, and Karishma Kapoor in the lead roles. Made on a budget of ₹5.90 crores, this film was able to make a business of est. ₹29 crores, on the box office.

Ghatak: Lethal

A brilliant film starring Sunny Deol in the lead role, this film received a rating of 7.4 on IMDb. With becoming the fourth highest-grossing film of the year 1996 this film received several accolades and was declared a super hit at the box office. Grossing ₹44 crores at the box office, this film is regarded as one of the brilliant performances of the actor. Famous for its iconic fighting scene and the scene “Pinjre mein Aakar Sher Bhi Kutta ho Jata hai Katya…” the dialogues of this movie still reside in the hearts of people.

Indian (2001 film)

Starring an ensemble cast of various renowned faces of the industry with Sunny Deol as the lead, this film was made on a budget of ₹150 million. Marking its release in 2001 this film surrounds the story of a policeman named Raj who despite being an honest and hardworking official gets trapped in the murder of his father in law who was mysteriously killed. The brilliance of this film made a collection of ₹54 crores at the box office.

Damini

A bloodcurdling story that left the audiences shattered following its plot having been based on a sensitive topic, this film is regarded as one of the brilliant movies of Bollywood. The realistic performance delivered by its lead cast was highly appreciated and the film was made on a budget of ₹2.05 crore. Released in 1993 the film is rated as 7.8 on IMDB and made a business of est. ₹11.75 crores at the box office.

Ziddi (1997 film)

Based on the story of a stubborn and short-tempered man who seeks revenge for the killings of his brother and sister this film marked release in 1997. Becoming one of the biggest hits of that time this film remains one of the best performances of the actor and managed to make a business of ₹29.25 crores on the box office.

Border (1997 film)

“Sandese aate Hain, humein tadpate Hain!” A brilliant film surrounding the war and the life of soldiers, this film marked its release in 1997 and was rated as 7.9 on IMDb. A heartfelt story that made us all shed tears and a film with a brilliant set of songs, this film is regarded as one of the evergreen movies of Bollywood. Made on a budget of ₹10 crores, the film made collections of ₹65.57 crores at the box office.

Ghayal (1990 film)

“Balwant Rai ke kutte!” A mere dialogue is enough to refresh the memories of this Bollywood cult classic which marked its release in 1990. Surrounding the story of a civilian Ajay who is wrongly framed for a murder by Balwant Rai, he joins hand with three convicts who seeks revenge on Balwant Rai. The brilliance of the film made it collect the amount est. ₹17 crores on the box office. 

Tridev

After getting framed by a smuggler, three men, an exiled officer, police commissioner’s son, and a bandit set out to teach the smuggler a lesson. Marking its release in 1989, the name of the film is kept as Tridev because of its three major characters. The film was able to make a business of a whopping amount of ₹17 crores at the box office. 

Ajay (1996 film)

Revolving around the hindrances caused by the protagonist’s relatives following her relationship with a man who hails from a different social background, this film failed to impress the audiences and is rated as 3.8 on IMDb. Despite having a rating of 3.8 on IMDB, the film made a business of ₹14.25 crore on box office. With naming the film on the name of the character played by Sunny Deol, this film starred Karishma Kapoor in the lead role.

Zor

Looks like all the films of the actor were based on similar lines where his character sets out to seek revenge on others for the injustice caused to him or his close ones. With Sunny setting out to restore his father’s pride and dignity this film could only grab a rating of 4.4 on IMDB despite which the film made a business of ₹15 crores on the box office.

Arjun Pandit (1999 film)

Turning himself into a ruthless gangster after being left by his lady love the actor Sunny Deol played the titular role in the film. Appearing alongside the Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla this film was the unofficial remake of the Kannada film Om. With a rating of 5.3 on IMDb, this film became a commercial success and grossed a whopping amount of ₹16.5 crores on the box office.  

Gadar: Ek Prem Katha

Now, who does not know about the brilliance, dialogues, plot, and songs of this film!? Having the iconic scene of Sunny Deol’s uprooting the hand pump scared the hell out of audiences and made him become one of the most prominent actors of the industry. The exceptional performance of the actor in the role of Tara Singh was truly beyond words and was set during the time of partition of India with loosely being based on the life of Boota Singh. Made on a budget of ₹19 crores, this film gained phrases and was able to make a business of a stunning amount estimating ₹133 crores at the box office. 

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