5 Blockbusters, 8 Hits, 1 Blockbuster: After the 90s, Shah Rukh Khan continued as the undisputed KING of the box office in the 2000s; Salman, Ajay, Aamir, Akshay were miles away

There has been no turning back for Shah Rukh Khan since he debuted in 1992. With massive success after success thanks to glowing reviews of both his films and performances, SRK has unequivocally etched his name as a legend in the annals of cinema, And mind you, we are talking about the global stage, not just in India. In our previous box office story on Shah Rukh Khan, we showed how he was in a league of his own in the 90s, with none of the big stars of the decade coming up, and as a companion piece to that article, we will once again explain in detail how no one came close to dethroning King Khan in the 2000s (2000-2009) while he continued to dominate the box office.

Show This: Shah Rukh had delivered five blockbusters, eight hits, and one blockbuster in the 2000s alone, after delivering five blockbusters, four hits, and three top hits in the 90s, making a total of ten hits from box office, 11 hits and four top hits over two decades. – most stars don’t reach even half of those numbers in their entire careers. In comparison, Aamir Khan had two box office hits (to accompany two hits and two top hits), while Ajay Devgn and Akshay Kumar had only one box office success and although the latter almost equals the total number of hits (by making many more films ) as SRK (not including their box office hits), the total hits of the former weren’t close either.

As for Salman Khan, he had the worst stage of his career in the 2000s, with just one box office success and three hits. The only superstar who came even remotely close to Shah Rukh Khan’s numbers was Hrithik Roshan with the same number of blockbusters as Bollywood’s Baadshah, but he only had clean success aside from his blockbusters. As for the overall box office success rate, only Aamir came close to SRK’s nearly 60% success rate, albeit by making far fewer films.

Let’s take a look at the collections of all of Shah Rukh Khan’s hits in the 2000s …

Josh (2000) – Rs. 17.83 crore net [Verdict: Semit-Hit]
Mohabbatein (2000) – Rs. Rs 41.88 crore net [Verdict: Blockbuster]
Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (2001) – Rs. 55.65 net crore [Verdict: Blockbuster]
Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam (2002) – Rs. 13.52 net crore [Verdict: Semit-Hit]
Devdas (2002) – Rs. 41.66 net crore [Verdict: Hit]
Chalte Chalte (2003) – Rs. 19.44 net crore [Verdict: Hit]
Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003) – Rs. 38.55 net crore [Verdict: Hit]
Main Hoon Na (2004) – Rs. 36.20 net crore [Verdict: Hit]
Veer-Zaara (2004) – Rs. 41.86 net crore [Verdict: Superhit]
Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006) – Rs. 44.41 net crore [Verdict: Semit-Hit]
Don (2004) – Rs. 50.35 net crore [Verdict: Hit]
Chak From India (2007) – Rs. Rs 67.69 net [Verdict: Blockbuster]
Om Shanti Om (2007) – Rs. Rs 79.42 crore net [Verdict: Blockbuster]
Lord What Me Di Jodi (2008) – Rs. 84.68 net crore [Verdict: Blockbuster]

It is only in the last decade that

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