11 Low Budget Bollywood Movies That Achieved Heights Of Success

11 Low Budget Bollywood Movies That Achieved Heights Of Success

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It is a general perception that making good movies requires a good amount of money. However, there are many low budget Bollywood movies that proved it wrong. Hence, today we have brought you 10 such movies and their collection on Box office.

 

1. Tanu Weds Manu (2011)

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The badass character of Kangana Ranaut amazed everyone and the film turned out to be a superhit. To conclude, despite being a low budget (17.5 crore) film, it earned 50 crore worldwide.

 

2. Taare Zameen Par (2007)

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Released in 2007, the film is one of the lowest budget movies in Bollywood. Completed in 1.2 crore, the movie collected 88.9 crore over Box Office.

 

3. English Vinglish (2012)

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Sridevi looked utterly impressive in the movie. She had nailed the character. Moreover, a perfect script combined with her unmatched acting and pleased the viewers to the fullest. The total collection of the film was 78 crore which was way more than its budget.

 

4. No One Killed Jessica (2011)

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The matchless acting of both Rani Mukerji and Vidya Balan amplified the appeal of the film. As a result, the 9 crore budget film earned 58 crore.

 

5. Kahaani (2012)

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We saw one of the best performances of Vidya Balan in the movie. Moreover, the film did not fail to impress the viewers. To conclude, this low budget (8 crore) film did a worldwide business of 104 crore.

 

6. Peepli Live (2010)

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Released in 2010 the satirical comedy film impressed everyone with its sarcasm and moral message. Pursuing this further, the movie collected 40 crore on Box Office.

 

7. Paan Singh Tomar (2012)

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Released it 2012, the movie flashed the story of a soldier who was also an athlete. The movie gained success both critically and commercially as it had done a business of 38.4 crore which was way too much than its budget (4.5 crore).

 

8. Vicky Donor (2012)

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The movie was a new experiment but the new experiment did not fail. Moreover, completed in 5 crore, the film earned 64.5 crore on the Box Office.

 

9. Aashiqui 2 (2013)

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A great script, skillful acting and melodious music, the film had all the traits to allure us. Hence, the 9 crore budget movie did utterly good business over Box Office and earned 109 crore.

 

10. Toilet Ek Prem Katha (2017)

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It is the latest film in our list. The satirical comedy was made in a budget of just 18 crore. Unlike the budget, the success of the film is not low. Furthermore, it had already earned 212 crore on Box Office.

 

11. Queen (2014)

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One of the best performance of Kangana Ranaut and one of the best film of 2014, Queen was made on a budget of Rs. 12.5 crore, the film earned over Rs.108 crore.

Which one is your favorite among these? Share in comments. There are many Hollywood movies which are inspired from Bollywood movies, yes you read it right, check those movies here.

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