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Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan's Chennai Express has become the fastest film to reach the Rs 100 cr mark in just 4 days.
The film continues to climb up in its lifetime collections though and has reached Rs 216.86 crore mark.
Taran Adarsh tweeted the latest figures, saying: "#ChennaiExpress [Week 3] Fri 2.12 cr, Sat 3.61 cr, Sun 4.75 cr, Mon 1.63 cr, Tue 1.74 cr, Wed 2.46 cr. Total: Rs 216.86 cr. Unstoppable!"
Chennai Express, which released on August 9, achieved this feat in just three weeks of its release.
Here's a look at some of the biggest hits that have crossedthe Rs. 100 crore mark segregating them on the basis of the number of days taken to get there.
Salman Khan, who ruled the 100 cr club, continues to have 2 films in Top 5, namely Ek Tha Tiger and Dabangg 2.
Here's a detailed report of Bollywood's 100 Crore Club (following table contains domestic box office figures only).
1. Chennai Express: 216.86* (Rs 100 crore in 4 Days)
2. 3 Idiots: 202.47 (Rs 100 crore in 9 days)
3. Ek Tha Tiger: 198.78 (Rs 100 crore in 5 days)
4. Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani: 188.57 (Rs 100 crore in 7 days
5 Dabangg 2: 155.00 (Rs 100 crore in 6 days)
6 Bodyguard 148.86 (Rs 100 crore in 7 days)
7. Dabangg: 138.88 (Rs 100 crore in 10 days)
8 Rowdy Rathore: 133.25 (Rs 100 crore in 11 days)
9. Jab Tak Hai Jaan: 120.85 (Rs 100 crore in 11 days)
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