This Day That Year Box Office : When 3 Idiots, Tees Maar Khan, Jaanwar and Raincoat Were released On 24th December

Ketan Gupta
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There were five significant Bollywood films which were released today in the past years – 3 Idiots, Tees Maar Khan, Jaanwar and Raincoat. Let us check how the films fared at the box office.

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3 Idiots (2009)

When talents like Aamir Khan and Rajkummar Hirani come together, you expect nothing but sort of hurricane. To add on to that, brilliant actors like Boman Irani, R.Madhavan and Sharman Joshi giving an adequate support and we get once in a lifetime film called 3 Idiots. Thanks to wonderful story based on the book , 5.1 point someone, written by Chetan Bhagat. 3 Idiots got rave reviews and went on to collect Rs 202 crores against a budget of Rs 77 crore.

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Tees Maar Khan (2010)

Farah Khan impressed with her maiden venture Main Hoon Na which was a decent entertainer followed by quirky Om Shanti Om. However, she shocked us by directing Tees Maar Khan which was probably one of worst movie ever made in the history of Indian cinema. It was boring, avoidable and torturous. Due to the strong buzz Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif starrer did decently well at the box office with Rs 60.57 crore against a budget of Rs 45 crore

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Jaanwar (1999)

Akshay Kumar made a comeback with Suneel Darshan directed Jaanwar which turned out to be a surprise hit at the box office. Also starring Karisma Kapoor in the lead role, Jaanwar went onto collect Rs 10.64 crore against a budget of Rs 6.40 crore.

Raincoat (2004)

Late Bengali director Rituparno Ghosh first Bollywood venture starring Ajay Devgn and Aishwarya Rai was a beautiful heart-warming tale of estranged lovers who meet in an unfortunate situation. Raincoat did not work at the box office with just Rs 2.54 crore against a budget of Rs 5 crore.