Here is the actress who started her career with a blockbuster movie and followed the trend consistently continuing in the big league instead of losing the spotlight. Sonakshi Sinha is considered as a box-office gem. With her charming personality, she manages to balance with Khans and Kumar, very well. Apart from her turning a versatile actress, Sonakshi Sinha has already made her presence felt in the 100 Cr. club for five different occasions challenging her contemporaries and here they are:
Sonakshi Sinha Box Office Collection Report
|Movie||Release date||Box office collections|
|Dabangg||September 10, 2010||138.88 crores|
|Dabangg 2||December 21, 2012||155 crores|
|Holiday||June 6, 2014||151 crores|
|Rowdy Rathore||June 1, 2012||133.25 crores|
|Holiday||June 6, 2014||112.18 crores|
|Son of Sardaar||November 12, 2012||105.03 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.
She was seen playing the same image from her real life persona in her starting days but slowly shifted gear with films like Lootera and Tevar. Her next will be Akira where she will be seen playing the protagonist.
All Sonakshi Sinha Movies in 100 Crore Club
Nobody ever thought of a police-officer with such charm until Chulbul Pandey aka Salman Khan came to the screen with his evergreen image and Sonakshi Sinha was first seen on the silver screen as his love interest. Sonakshi Sinha has very little to do in her first movie but she was the one who helped to establish the lovable image of Chulbul Pandey. The film was a riot at the box-office considering it was six years prior to today and created history. The music and action-packed drama served to the mass of the movie buffs.
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source: YT / Reliance Entertainment
Following the mammoth success of Dabangg, Salman Khan came up with his funky police image, once again in the year 2012. Like the previous time, it roared in the box-office during the Christmas time banking upon the starry image of one and only, Salman Khan. Sonakshi Sinha played the wife’s role of Chulbul Pandey who was out for revenge against the corrupt who ruined his daily life. Sonakshi Sinha was ever charming in the film and the song sequences.
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source: YT / T-Series
Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty
This movie will give you an adrenaline rush timing that you will not forget even when the credits rolled. This movie will keep you absorbed with its pace and the intelligent thinking of the proceedings. Sonakshi plays the love interest of Akshay Kumar in this movie. She has played the role of an exuberant boxer in this movie.
Sonakshi Sinha continued to play her bubbly on-screen role with this Prabhu Deva directed an action-comedy film. Paired opposite Akshay Kumar, she brought out the naughtiness of the protagonist each time she showed up on-screen. Each of the songs from the film was a blockbuster which consists of romantic as well as item numbers. With brilliant actions and comedy sequences, the remake of the South Indian film was a huge hit at the Box-office.
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source: YT / UTV Motion Pictures
Akshay Kumar once considered Sonakshi Sinha as her lucky charm and that did not prove to be wrong as they came together once again in the action packed movie, Holiday in 2014. Once again it was a remake of the South-Indian movie in which Akshay Kumar played a role of an army officer. The film was oriented with the serving of the soldiers to our nation. Sonakshi Sinha was at her best by playing the charming girl-next-door image, again.
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source: YT / Zee Music Company
Son of Sardaar
The multi-starrer film had a clash at the box-office with SRK’s Jab Tak Hai Jaan but slowly managed to reach to succeed in the long race, recreating regular romantic comedy mantra and despite getting mixed reviews. Sonakshi Sinha played the role of a furious Punjabi girl as the lead, Ajay Devgan’s love interest.
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source: YT / Viacom18 Motion Pictures