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Bollywood Dhoom, Jism, Satyameva Jayate and ten other movies where the handsome hunk’s muscle power smashed the box office Theviraltime

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Bollywood Dhoom, Jism, Satyameva Jayate and ten other movies where the handsome hunk’s muscle power smashed the box office Theviraltime



While John Abraham admittedly doesn’t enjoy the same crazy fan-following as the Khans, or Devgn, Akshay or Hrithik, he still commands an impressive and loyal fan-base in his own right, much of which has been accumulated courtesy his strongman persona or cool-biker avatar in hardcore, mainstream, masala movies. Today, 17th December, the star celebrates his 49th birthday, and what better occasion to take a trip down memory lane with John Abraham’s biggest hit movies at the box office than on his special day. So, without further ado, here are his films that set the box office on fire… Also Read – Attack teaser OUT: John Abraham, Jacqueline Fernandez, Rakul Preet Singh promise an edge-of-the-seat experience of India’s first super-soldier

Back in 2003, John Abraham debuted with a sleeper hit, Jism, whose commercial success many credit to Bipasha Basu’s sex appeal and her steamy scenes with John, but overlook that it was a pretty well-made thriller. Then came, Dhoom, the movie that made John Abraham a star and made every guy wish he rode a foreign sports bike back then as they weren’t easily available in India. Following a few flops, the star bounced back with Garam Masala, Taxi No. 9211, Dostana and New York (quality wise, his best movie yet). Also Read – Weird! John Abraham deletes all his posts from Instagram leaving fans confused

Then came a prolonged lull period, with the sequels, Housefull 2 and Race 2, being the only saving graces between, and it was only since 2015 onward that John really found consistency at the box office with Welcome Back, Dishoom, Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran, Satyameva Jayate and Batla House. So, without further ado, check out the box-office collections and verdicts of these movies below: Also Read – 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 nett – Hit
Dhoom (2004) – Rs. 31.60 crore nett – Superhit
Garam Masala (2005) – Rs. 29 crore nett – Hit
Taxi No. 9211 (2006) – Rs. 19.59 crore nett – Semi-hit
Dostana (2008) – Rs. 44.38 crore nett – Semi-hit
New York (2009) – Rs. 45.39 crore nett – Hit
Housefull 2 (2012) – Rs. 106 crore nett – Superhit
Race 2 (2013) – Rs. 100.45 crore nett – Semi-hit
Welcome Back (2015) – Rs. 96.69 crore nett – Semi-hit
Dishoom (2016) – Rs. 70 crore nett – Semi-hit
Parmanu (2018) – Rs. 65.89 crore nett – Semi-hit
Satyameva Jayate (2018) – Rs. 90.39 crore nett – Superhit
Batla House (2019) – Rs. 97.18 crore nett – Superhit

Happy birthday once again, John. Here’s wishing that many more of your forthcoming movies hit the bullseye at the box office.

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