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Bollywood seems to have earned the tag of not experimenting with films. With movies failing at the box office, Covid-19, and celebs asking for praise for bad stories, Bollywood needs to gear up with a lot of things. 

While movies like Gangubai Kathiawadi and Darlings keep our hope alive, let's take a look at the Box office performances of some recent films. 

1. Gangubai Kathiawadi

Box office collection: ₹129 crore

Gangubai Kathiawadi starring Alia Bhatt in the titular role received a lot of accolades from the audience and the industry. The film was a stark reminder of the rights and dignity the sex workers deserve in our society.

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Source: Newsscope

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2. Shamshera

Box office collection: ₹42 crore

Shamshera marked the return of Ranbir Kapoor to Bollywood. Even though the movie had a grass-root element and lots of action- the movie failed to cross even a 50-crore mark at the box office. 

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Source: The Indian express

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3. Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2

Box office collection: ₹250 crore

Let's be honest, it was Tabu's extraordinary performance that saved Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2. Calling it a horror-comedy clearly misfired and the sequel didn't live up to part one. 

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Source: Youth ki awaz

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4. Jugjugg Jeeyo

Box office collection: ₹83 crore

Jugjugg Jeeyo clearly created a lot of buzz on Instagram with Nach Punjaban. The film was a fresh take on marriages and somewhat did a decent job. 

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Source: rskg

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5. Samrat Prithviraj

Box office collection: ₹80 crore

Samrat Prithviraj made waves even before its release for many reasons. The historical drama had Akshay Kumar in the titular role and had a budget of a whooping ₹300 crore but failed to impress the audience. 

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Source: BBC

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6. Jayeshbhai Jordaar

Box office collection: ₹15 crore

Helmed by Divyang Thakkar the movie had Ranveer Singh in the lead role. This comedy-drama film talked about many social issues including, female foeticide, Aata Saata marriage, and patriarchy.

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Source: The Hindu

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7. The Kashmir Files

Box office collection: ₹252 crore

Vivek Agnihotri's film The Kashmir Files showcased the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits. Though the film got banned in many foreign countries it did a decent job in India. 

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Source: Movie Talkies

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8. Jersey

Box office collection: ₹19 crores

Jersey was a remake of a Telugu film starring Shahid Kapoor and Mrunal Thakur in the lead roles. The plot revolved around the life of a man who would go to lengths to fulfill his son’s dreams. 

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Source: The News Minute

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9. 83

Box office collection: ₹109 crore

Directed by Kabir Khan 83 chronicled India’s win under Kapil Dev’s captainship in 1983. The movie surely cracked the numbers at the Box office. 

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Source: First post

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10. Badhaai Do

Box office collection: ₹55 crore

Badhaai Do was a refreshing take on love, families, and showcasing a story of the LGBTQ+ community. This heartwarming film starred Rajkumar Rao and Bhumi Pednekar in lead roles.  

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Source: Zee5

Let's hope we get to see some meaningful Bollywood films for the rest of the year. 

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