TeluguOne.com exclusively presents you the box office collections of Top 5 movies of Tollywood. These films have created sensational records and has taken the Telugu cinema to International level. The top 5 biggest grossers of Tollywood in terms of box office collections while taking movie share in to account only in Andhra Pradesh are as follows:
1. Magadheera (66 crore share) – This Ram Charan and Kajal starrer has created all time Industry record and stood as no#1 grosser of Tollywood. Rajamouli's directorial abilities and Ram Charan's mesmerizing performance have made this movie a Industry hit.
2. Gabbar Singh (51 crore share) – Gabbar Singh featuring Pawan Kalyan in the lead role have become the sensational hit of this year (2012) thus keeping the box office bells ringing with its unprecedented show at box office. Gabbar Singh has collected Rs 51 crore share for just weeks and it is expected to cross many milestones in its full run. Harish Shankar has directed this movie.
3.Dookudu (42.5 crore share) – Super Star Mahesh Babu's biggest grosser in his career, this film has shocked the critics and showcased the box office stamina of Mahesh Babu at home and overseas. Mahesh Babu is the first hero to have two (Pokiri, Dookudu) 40+ crore movies in his career graph. Mahesh Babu has turned out to be producers darling with this movie.
4.Racha (40 crore share) – Mega Power Star Ram Charan has unleashed his box office power with 'Racha'. The film has shunned the critics and made Ram Charan the bankable star in Tollywood. Apparently, Ram Charan is the only hero to have two all time biggest hit movies in Tollywood top 5 list. And he is one of the strong contenders for no#1 position in Tollywood.
5.Robo (36 crore share) – Tamil Superstar Rajinikanth's 'Robo' has become sensational hit and has raked in Rs 36 crore share in AP. The movie is not only a commercial hit but also broke all the existing records in many territories. This movie determines Rajinikanth has no barrier and showcases the crowd pulling capacity of the Superstar.