In 2023, the Indian film industry achieved a significant milestone, grossing Rs 12,226 Cr at the box office, surpassing the Rs 12,000 Cr mark for the first time. The Ormax box office report reveals that Hindi cinema had its most successful year, contributing Rs 5,380 Cr and surpassing the Rs 5,000 Cr mark. Hindi cinema’s box office share increased to 44%, reaching pre-pandemic levels from 33% in 2022.Conversely, Tamil and Telugu languages maintained their shares, while Hollywood and Kannada cinema experienced declines, dropping from 12% to 9%, and 8% to 3%, respectively.

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In 2023, over 1,000 films hit the screens, yet the top 10 films alone made up 40% of the total box office earnings for the year. Shah Rukh Khan’s “Jawan” emerged as the highest-grossing film, raking in Rs 734 cr in box office revenue, highlighted the report.
Interestingly, Shah Rukh Khan had three releases last year, Jawan, Pathaan and Dunki, and the combined gross collections stand at a staggering Rs 1,622 cr.The top four films of 2023 were all original Hindi language films–Jawan, Ranbir Kapoor’s controversial Animal, Pathaan and Sunny Deol’s comeback Gadar 2. These films individually crossed the Rs 600 cr gross mark. Prabhas starrer Salaar: Part 1 – Ceasefire, Rajinikanth’s Jailer and Vijay’s Leo were the other three films to cross Rs 400 Cr mark at the Indian box office.

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