List of Highest-grossing Bollywood Films - Highest Worldwide Opening Week Gross(First 7 Days of Release)

Highest Worldwide Opening Week Gross(First 7 Days of Release)

The following list is an extract of the list of the biggest worldwide debuts for Bollywood films.All figures are worldwide gross figures. The currency conversion is taken as rate on second Firday after first week(first 7 days only)

Biggest worldwide opening week gross
Rank Movie Year Studio(s) Worldwide opening
1 Ek Tha Tiger 2012 Yash Raj Films 208,00,00,000
2 Bodyguard 2011 Reliance Entertainment 167,00,00,000
3 Ra.One 2011 Eros Entertainment 165,00,00,000
4 Jab Tak Hai Jaan 2011 Yash Raj Films 148,00,00,000
5 3 Idiots 2012 Vinod Chopra Productions 136,00,00,000

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