Top Highest Grossing Hollywood Movies at the Indian Box Office

[Total: 19 Average: 3.1]

Hollywood Movies with Highest Lifetime Total at the Indian Box Office

Top Grossing Hollywood Movies in India

Hollywood movies are gaining huge popularity among the Indian audience now. Not only in multi-screens but on single screens as well, they get a fair response. Of course, this has increased the competition for Hindi movies but nothing is more important than the entertainment of the audience.

So far, a couple of English offerings have scored more than 200 crores while their 5 movies are in the 100-crore club at the Indian box office and this shows the craze of Hollywood in India.

American superhero movies Avengers EndgameAvengers Infinity War are at the first & second positions respectively among the top highest Hollywood movies at the Indian box office followed by Spider-Man: No Way Home, The Jungle Book, Fast & Furious 7, Avatar, Jurassic World, and more. Check out the complete list below-

MovieRelease DateLifetime Biz (India)
Avatar 2: The Way Of Water16 December 2022₹388.05 Cr
Avengers Endgame26 April 2019₹375.21 Cr
Avengers Infinity War27 April 2018₹227.43 Cr
Spider-Man: No Way Home16 December 2021₹218.41 Cr
The Jungle Book08 April 2016₹188 Cr
The Lion King19 July 2019₹158.36 Cr
Furious 702 April 2015₹149 Cr
Avatar18 December 2009₹145 Cr
Doctor Strange: In the Multiverse of Madness06 May 2022₹129.80 Cr
Jurassic World12 June 2015₹113 Cr
Avengers: Age of Ultron24 April 2015₹101 Cr
Fast X18 May 2023₹99.80 Cr*
Spider-Man 304 May 2007₹98.50 Cr
201212 November 2009₹94 Cr
The Amazing Spider-Man29 June 2012₹87Cr
The Fate Of The Furious14 April 2017₹86.23 Cr
Spider-Man: Far From Home04 July 2019₹86.11 Cr
Captain Marvel08 March 2019₹85.50 Cr
Jurassic World: The Fallen Kingdom08 June 2018₹82.60 Cr
The Amazing Spider-Man 201 May 2014₹82 Cr
Mission Impossible: Fallout27 July 2018₹80.20 Cr
Life of Pie23 November 2012₹80 Cr
Titanic (3D)6 April 2012₹76 Cr
Iron Man 326 April 2013₹75.70 Cr
Hobbs & Shaw02 August 2019₹75.65 Cr


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