Ahead To The Release Of “Pagalpanti”, Look Back At John Abraham’s 5 Latest Movies’ Grossing

Ankita Chetana |Nov 21, 2019

“Pagalpanti” will launch tomorrow, marking John Abraham’s third film in 2019. So, let’s have a back-look at his 6 latest films’ grossing at the box office.

Before John Abraham starrer Pagalpanti hits the cinema tomorrow, let’s take a look at the banking status of the actors’ latest releases.

Batla House (2019)

Batla House

Directed by Nikkhil Advani, the film is based on the Operation in 2008, which earned a big achievement though it clashed into a competition with Mission Mangal featuring Akshay Kumar. It’s not the first time two superstars were round the corner at the box office. In total, Batla House gave Rs 87.22 crore to the bank during its lifetime.

Romeo Akbar Walter (2019)

Romeo Akbar Ualter

John Abraham’s movie received both positive and negative reviews from audiences as well as film critics. Robbie Grewal’s directorial stopped its box office collection at Rs 38.33 crore. The thriller also starred Jackie Shroff, Sikandar Kher, and Mouni Roy in the pivotal roles.

Satyameva Jayate (2018)

Satyamave Jayate

Under Milap Milan Zaveri’s direction, Satyameva Jayate became one of the greatest blockbusters recently. In the film, the actor played as a police officer but then turned to be a vigilante. This is the first time John had to face to face with the Khiladi of Bollywood in the box office competition. The movie earned a total grossing of Rs 80.50 crore after its presence at the theater.

Parmanu: The story of Pokhran (2018)


Tere Bin Laden’s producer Abhishek Shama is the one who helmed for Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran. The film hit the box office and regained John’s position in Bollywood as it showered a wonderful flavor for the audiences. It ended up at a whopping grossing of Rs 65.89 crore in its lifetime.

Force 2 (2016)

Force 2

Amongst a few initial films to witness the creation of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes in India, Force 2 collected only Rs 35.74 crore regardless of many good responses to it.

From Force 2 to Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran, it was 2 years of the actor’s absence from the screen. When returning back, he made an average grosser of more than Rs 61 crore which is a remarkable figure.


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