Nowadays, every mainstream commercial film is focused on reaching to the 100 Cr. landmark as is has become the benchmark to measure success for a particular movie. The trend became viral starting from this decade’s beginning and the Khans were the first ones who give 100 Cr movies to the box-office. Alongside the Khans, Ajay Devgan is the one who is consistent in the 100 Cr. club as well. The veteran has reached the landmark for 5 times  till date and most of the credit goes to his best friend Rohit Shetty. Let’s sum it up:

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Ajay Devgn Box Office Collection Report

Movie Release Date Box Office Collections
Singham Returns August 15 , 2014 140.62 crores
Golmaal 3 November 5 , 2010 107 crores
Son of Sardar November 1 , 2012 105.03 crores
Singham July 22 , 2011 101 crores
Bol Bachan July 6 , 2012 101 crores
Shivaay October 28 , 2016 100.05 crores

Note: All figures are as per secondary data sources online. Several trade analysts share detailed box office reports based on which box office collection reports are published.

1Singham Returns (140.62 Cr)

Cashing it on the success of the Singham which was released on 2011, Rohit Shetty came up with the second installment of it and ruled the box-office with the star power of Ajay Devgan and Kareen Kapoor Khan. Like the previous movie, it was full-on masala content with a police officer on a mission to free the police department from corruption in the Mumbai City. It was best independent day gift for all the Ajay Devgan fans in 2014 . Flying cars, impressive dialogues, awesome fight scenes, and tapping numbers  helped the movie to gain momentum.

source: YT / Reliance Entertainment

Golmaal 3 (107 Cr.)

The Golmaal franchise has never been out of success since the beginning and the last one was even bigger with an additional cast of Mithun Chakraborty alongside the retained cast. The mind-boggling comedy has always been the USP of Golmaal films and this one too was no exception. The 2010 Diwali release made a feast out of the box office bulldozing the opponent Action Replayy. Kareena Kapoor Khan was the female lead in the 3rd edition which saw the most success and it’s only a matter of time that we will see Devgan and Shetty coming with the fourth.

source: YT / Eros Now

2Son of Sardaar (105.03 Cr.)

Directed by Ashwini Dhir, Son of Sardar was released on 2012. It was multi starrer movies in which Ajay Devgan, Juhi Chawla, Sonakshi Sinha and Juhi Chawla were in main leads. Despite negative reviews, the festive season took this one to the landmark and it earns 105.03 Cr on box office.

source: YT / Viacom18 Motion Pictures

3Singham (101 Cr.)

Singham was a remake of a South Indian movie named Singam,  which  was directed by Rohit Shetty in the year 2011. Ajay Devgan played the lead role in the movie. He was in the role of an honest police officer named Bajirao Singham who fight against corruption. Kajal Aggarwal  and Prakash Raj were other main characters of the movie. Slowly but steadily, in 50 days it made its way to the high-profile milestone of 100Cr.

source: YT / Reliance Entertainment

4Bol Bachchan (101 Cr.)

Once again, Ajay Devgan came under the secured roof of his best friend, Rohit Shetty and give a super hit. Abhishek Bachchan was hilarious in this one and got a positive review for his comic timing. With Asin and Prachi Desai as the leading heroines, this comedy film was a classic one and saw success as expected.

source: YT / T-Series

Shivaay (100.05 CR.)

This one is a father daughter film and comes with a totally new concept. The story revolves around a mountaineer who falls in love with Bulgarian women and impregnates her. The women do not want a child and leave her daughter with Shivaay as soon as she is born. Gaura ,his kid wants to reunite with her mom and thus both of them head up to Bulgaria where Gaura is abducted by flesh and child traffickers. The story goes from thereon and is filled with a lot of thrill some scenes. The father eventually saves her daughter and unites with the love of his life as well.

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