Box Office Collection: ‘Main Tera Hero’ Becomes 4th Highest Grosser of 2014; ‘Queen’ Superhit

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By Ankita Mehta | April 17, 2014 7:24 PM EST

Varun Dhawan's second film "Main Tera Hero" has become the fourth highest grosser film of 2014 by crossing the ₹50 crore mark in India.

The romantic, comedy and action entertainer is directed by David Dhawan and also features Nargis Fakhri and Illena D'Cruz in the lead. The film was released on 4 April and since then it has been raking in moolah at the box office.

The film ruled the first week box office market, but in second week it was affected by Amitabh Bachchan's horror comedy film "Bhoothnath Returns." However, the film has managed to reach the half century mark in India before finishing second week.

"#MainTeraHero crosses ₹50 cr nett mark. Wknd 2: ₹7.50 cr, Mon ₹2 cr, Tue ₹1.20 cr, Wed ₹1.05 cr. Grand total: ₹50.23 cr nett. India biz," trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted.

Also, the film has reached at the fourth spot of top 10 highest grossing films of 2014.  Here are top five grosser films of 2014:

Film

Release Date

Lifetime collection in Rs Crore

Jai Ho

24 January

116

Gunday

14 February

78.60

Queen

7 March

61

Main Tera Hero

4 April  

50.23

Ragini MMS 2

21 March  

45.88

Meanwhile, Kangana Ranaut's "Queen" had a fantastic box office run. The film will complete its sixth week run in India on Thursday.

"Queen", a low budget film, managed to have theatrical run after completing four weeks. The film earned ₹61 crore, making it a superhit film of 2014.

"#Queen [Week 6] Fri ₹10 lacs, Sat ₹20 lacs, Sun ₹30 lacs, Mon ₹15 lacs, Tue ₹7.5 lacs, Wed ₹7.5 lacs. Grand total: ₹ 61 cr nett. India biz," Adarsh tweeted. 

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(Ed: AJ)

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