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Dhoom, Jism, Satyameva Jayate and ten other movies where the muscular strength of the handsome hunter broke the box office

by Stewart Cole

Although John Abraham does not enjoy the same crazy fan tracking as the Khans, or Devgn, Akshay or Hrithik, he still has an impressive and loyal fan base on his own, much of which has been accumulated by the courtesy of the powerful his husband. or an avatar with a cool motorcyclist in hardcore movies, mainstream, masala. Today, December 17, the star celebrates his 49th birthday and what better opportunity to make a trip to the memory lane with the greatest hits of John Abraham at the box office despite his special day. So, without further ado, here are his films that set the box office on fire … Read also – Attack teaser EXCEPT: John Abraham, Jacqueline Fernandez, Rakul Preet Singh promise a top experience of India’s first super soldier

Back in 2003, John Abraham made his debut with a sleeping success, Jis, whose commercial success is credited to Bipasha Basu’s sexual appeal and scenes with John, but ignore that it was a fairly well-crafted thriller. Then came Dhoom, the movie that made John Abraham a star and made every man wish to ride a foreign sports bike back then, as they were not readily available in India. After some failures, the star recovers with Garam Masala, Taxi No. 9211, Dostana and New York (qualitatively, his best film to date). Read also – Strange! John Abraham deletes all his posts from Instagram, leaving fans confused

Then came a prolonged period of calm, with sequels, Housefull 2 ​​and Race 2, being the only lifesavers in between, and only from 2015 onwards did John really find consistency at the box office with Welcome Back, Dishoom , Parmanu: The Story by Pokhran, Satyameva Jayate and Batla House. So, without further ado, take a look at the collections and verdicts of these films below: Read also – From Salman Khan’s Tere Naam to Sushant Singh Rajput’s MS Dhoni: 9 Unfinished Love Stories That Made You Cry a River

Jism (2003) – Rs. 8.14 crore net – Hit
Dhoom (2004) – Rs. 31.60 crore net – Superhit
Garam Masala (2005) – Rs. 29 crore net – Hit
Taxi No. 9211 (2006) – Rs. 19.59 crore net – Semi-hit
Dostana (2008) – Rs. 44.38 crore net – Semi-hit
New York (2009) – Rs. 45.39 crore net – Hit
Housefull 2 ​​(2012) – Rs. 106 crore net – Superhit
Match 2 (2013) – Rs. 100.45 crore net – Semi-hit
Welcome Back (2015) – Rs. 96.69 crore net – Semi-hit
Dishoom (2016) – Rs. 70 crore net – Semi-hit
Parmanu (2018) – Rs. 65.89 crore net – Semi-hit
Satyameva Jayate (2018) – Rs. 90.39 crore net – Superhit
Batla House (2019) – Rs. 97.18 crore net – Superhit

Happy birthday once again John. I hope many more of your upcoming movies come out at the box office.

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