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Shah Rukh Khan Continues to be on the Top of the List of Popular Actors

Super star Shah Rukh Khan is the king of Bollywood and these days he has become one of the soft targets because of his failing films. Making a film is not that easy and the entire team is responsible for the failure and therefore it is not a good idea to blame a single person for the debacle.

The director is equally responsible for the failure of a movie because it is his inability to harness the talents of the best actor of Indian Cinema. If the box office records are taken into consideration, Shah Rukh is still way ahead when compared to Salman, Akshay and Aamir.

A bench mark set by Shah Rukh is still unbeaten. Yes, we are talking about Shah Rukh’s blockbuster movie “Happy New Year”, which was released in the year 2014. In fact only Baahubali 2 could manage to get near to the record of Happy New Year as the highest opening day collection movie.

The movie “Happy New Year”, was directed by Bollywood’s famous director and choreographer Farah Khan. On the first day itself the movie earned Rs 44. 97 crore, which is the greatest opening collection in the history of Indian Cinema.

The star cast of the film included, Deepika Padukone, Boman Irani, Abhishek Bachchan, Vivaan Shah and Sonu Sood. The audience liked the movie to a great extent and till date nobody has been able to beat this record.  

Bollywood super stars Salman Khan and Aamir Khan easily earn Rs. 300 crore for every movie release, but are unable to topple SRK in this matter. On the other hand, Akki’s movie doesn’t open with huge figures in the box office.

We all know that Shah Rukh will soon return with something big and fans are eagerly waiting for that day. Stay tuned with us to know more about BollywoodLife.

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