Top 10 Bollywood Movies With Highest Footfalls

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Top 10 Bollywood Movies With Highest Footfalls

These are the 10 Bollywood movies that attracted maximum number of fans to cinema halls.
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Top 10 Bollywood Movies With Highest Footfalls
  Top 10 Bollywood Movies With Highest Footfalls

Footfalls means the estimated number of tickets sold to the public for admission to a Film. It is also the number of people who have watched the film. Here are the Top 10 Bollywood movies with All Time Highest Footfalls:

Hum Aapke Hain Kaun

Sooraj Barjatya's Hum Aapke Hain Kaun was released on August 5, 1994 and is considered to be the most successful Bollywood movies of all time. In terms of footfalls, the movie stands at number 1 in terms of footfalls.

Gadar - Ek Prem Katha

Set in 1947 during the Partition of India, the film tells the story of a truck driver, Tara Singh (Sunny Deol), a Sikh, who falls in love with a Muslim girl, Sakina (Amisha Patel), belonging to an aristocratic family. During the Hindu-Muslim riots that erupted soon after the Partition. The highest grossing film of all time beating Hum Aap Hain Kaun. The film set records at single screens, many of which will stand forever.

Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge

The movie gave us the most successful pair in Bollywood - SRK and Kajol. We fondly remember the movie for the teamwork by the entire cast. Each and every member of the starcast performed their best. In terms of footfalls, DDLJ is the 3rd most successful Bollywood movie of all time.

Raja Hindustani

In terms of footfalls, Aamir Khan's movie comes after Salman and Shahrukh's movie. Raja Hindustani fetched Karisma Kapoor a filmfare award and is the 4th most successful Bollywood movie of all time in terms of highest footfalls.


Border is the 5th most sucessfull Bollywood movie in terms of highest footfalls of all time. This is Sunny Deol's second movie in the Top 5. Border had a Record Opening ad was Tax free in Maharashtra from week three.