This article contains the list of top 10 Highest Opening Day Grossers of 2017. The first-day box office collection of the films included in the list are given out by the producers of the movie. Generally, the stardom of the lead star, the buzz around the film, reviews and promotions play a major role in getting a good first-day collection for the film at the Indian box office.
Latest Update: Baadshaho evicts Furious 8 from the top 10 and beats Kaabil to become the 8th highest opening day grosser of 2017.
As a matter of fact, Salman Khan’s Sultan was the highest opening day grosser of 2016. For now, the record of being the highest opening day grosser of 2017 belongs to Bahubali 2: The Conclusion. It was a dubbed film that went on to shatter many records at the Indian box office. Followed by Bahubali 2: The Conclusion, two of India’s biggest Bollywood stars acquire the next three spots. Salman Khan’s Tubelight and Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees and Jab Harry Met Sejal take over the #2, #3 and #4 spot respectively in the list.
The 5th spot belongs to Akshay Kumar’s Jolly LLB 2. Another film of Akshay Kumar viz. Toilet: Ek Prem Katha evicts Sachin: A Billion Dreams from the list by acquiring the 6th spot on the list.
Will someone overcome the Bahubali storm and beat its first-day box office collection to become the highest opening day grosser of 2017? Also, will someone beat Shah Rukh Khan’s Happy New Year by collecting more than 44.97 crores to become the highest opening day grosser of all time?
Check out the list of Top 10 Highest Opening Day Grossers Of 2017:
|Movie||Release Date||Opening Day Collection|
|Bahubali 2||28 April 2017||41.00 crores|
|Tubelight||23 June 2017||21.15 crores|
|Raees||25 January 2017||20.43 crores|
|Jab Harry Met Sejal||4 August 2017||15.25 crores|
|Jolly LLB 2||10 Feb 2017||13.20 crores|
|Toilet: Ek Prem Katha||11 August 2017||13.10 crores|
|Badrinath Ki Dulhania||10 Mar 2017||12.25 crores|
|Baadshaho||1 September 2017||12.03 crores|
|Kaabil||25 Jan 2017||10.42 crores|
|Half Girlfriend||19 May 2017||10.27 crores|