Top 10 Highest Opening Day Collections in India

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1. RRR (2022) - 223.5 crores

Directed by S.S. Rajamouli, RRR is a fictitious story about two legendary revolutionaries and their journey away from home before they started fighting for their country in the 1920s.

2. Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (2017) - 214.5 crores

Directed by S.S. Rajamouli, Baahubali 2: The Conclusion is the sequel to the epic film Baahubali: The Beginning.

3. K.G.F: Chapter 2 (2022) - 164.5 crores

Directed by Prashanth Neel, the movie is set in the blood-soaked Kolar Gold Fields and follows the journey of Rocky as he battles threats from all sides for unchallenged supremacy.

4. Adipurush (2023) - 136.8 crores

Directed by Om Raut, Adipurush is a modern adaptation of the Indian epic Ramayana.

5. Saaho (2019) - 125.6 crores

Directed by Sujeeth, Saaho is an action-packed thriller where an undercover cop becomes embroiled in a battle with warring criminals.

6. 2.0 (2018) - 105.6 crores

Directed by S. Shankar, 2.0 is a sci-fi thriller where robot Chitti wards off the supernatural powers of Pakshirajan.

7. Pathaan (2023) - 104.8 crores

Directed by Siddharth Anand, Pathaan follows an Indian agent racing against a doomsday clock as a ruthless mercenary, with a bitter vendetta, mounts an apocalyptic attack against the country.

8. Jailer (I) (2023) - 91.2 crores

Directed by Nelson Dilipkumar, Jailer is an action-comedy crime movie about Muthuvel Pandian, a retired jailer who goes on a quest to find his missing son, who is an Assistant Commissioner of police.

9. Kabali (2016) - 90.5 crores

Kabali follows the story of a reformed gangster who is released from prison and attempts to protect his family from his enemies.

10. Ponniyin Selvan: Part I (2022) - 83.6 crores

Directed by Mani Ratnam, Ponniyin Selvan: Part I is an action-adventure drama that follows Vandiyathevan's journey to deliver a message from the Crown Prince while Kundavai attempts to establish political peace in the midst of a plot against the throne.

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