Baby, Raazi, Tiger Zinda Hai, Ankhen and More – As Akshay Kumar’s Bell Bottom Trailer Arrives, Watch Bollywood’s Top Spy Movies At The Box Office



With the trailer for Akshay Kumar’s Bell Bottom falling today, our minds couldn’t help but go back to some of the classic Bollywood spy movies. While many of you may be infatuated with Mission Impossibles, James Bond, and Jason Bourne of the film world, and rightly so, it wouldn’t hurt to pay some attention (for the uninitiated) to the homemade spies of Hindi cinema as you would. . Surprised to learn how many great spy thrillers and spy action movies have emerged from our stable. And we’re not even restricting our thoughts to modern classics like Baby, Raazi, and Tiger Zinda Hai, no siree, in case you think of the so-called new wave of content in Hindi cinema (something that has been around since the 1940s and 1950s. ). o Modern technology and advanced shooting techniques are responsible for best spy movies today. Also read – Man Crush Monday: From HOT to HOT, here’s why our love for Milind Soman is everlasting – see photos

No, we go back to the 1960s, when Bollywood’s rendezvous with espionage began with big commercial hits like Jeetendra’s Farz and Dharmendra’s Ankhen that have also critically stood the test of time to this day. Over the years we’ve had several great spy movies like The King of Sideline Cinema, Director Govind Nihalani’s Droh Kaal starring Om Puri, or underrated gems like Mani Shankar and Nikkhil Advani, December 16 and D-Day, starring Milind Soman and Arjun Rampal. respectively. Also read: ‘I don’t think sex is that important, it’s the relationship that is important,’ says Milind Soman

However, as we’re on the Bell Bottom topic, and with Akshay Kumar having had a Midas touch at the box office for the last 5-6 years, let’s focus today on the highest-grossing Bollywood spy movies, which include a non-participation. small. of critical masterpieces, too, with titles as diverse as Baby, Raazi, Tiger Zinda Hai, and the aforementioned 1960s classics. Also read – Dipannita Sharma: I enjoyed being a ghost in Pizza 3D!

Here are the biggest Bollywood spy movies at the box office with their collections and verdicts …

Farz (1967) – Rs. Rs 2.50 crore net [Verdict: Superhit]
Ankhen (1968) – Rs. Rs 3.25 crore net [Verdict: Blockbuster]
Ek Tha Tiger (2012) – Rs. Rs 198.78 crore net [Verdict: Blockbuster]
Madras Cafe (2013) – Rs. Rs 42.67 crore net [Verdict: Semi-Hit]
Baby (2015) – Rs. 95.56 net crore [Verdict: Semi-Hit]
Tiger Zinda Hai (2017) – Rs. Rs 339.16 crore net [Verdict: All-Time Blockbuster]
Raazi (2018) – Rs. 123.84 net crore [Verdict: Blockbuster]

Will Bell Bottom, starring Akshay Kumar, Vaani Kapoor, Huma Qureshi and Lara Dutta, join the ranks of these commercially and critically successful Bollywood spy movies? Let’s wait and look …

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