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Emraan Hashmi's 10 BIGGEST Hits

By Joginder Tuteja
Last updated on: April 13, 2015 18:01 IST
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Looking at Emraan Hashmi's top money-making movies at the box office.

Ever since Emraan Hashmi made his debut with Footpath in 2003, he has commanded a loyal audience.

The 35 odd films that he has acted in have fetched business in excess of Rs 500 crore just in India.

In his upcoming film, Mr X, he plays an invisible man out for revenge.

Will it add to his long list of hits? We'll know when it releases on April 17.

Meanwhile, here's a look at Emraan Hashmi's biggest hits.

The Dirty Picture

Image: Vidya Balan and Emraan Hashmi in The Dirty Picture

Emraan's biggest box office success so far, it was essentially Vidya Balan's movie.

But the actors' chemistry was so good, they starred in another film together, Ghanchakkar, which, unfortunately, flopped.

Box office collections: Rs 80 crore

Read the review here

Raaz 3

Image: Emraan Hashmi and Esha Gupta in Raaz 3

Emraan Hashmi saw huge success with Raaz 3, one of the most successful Hindi horror movies ever.

Bipasha Basu's presence and the 3D effects also contributed to the film’s success.

Box office collections: Rs 73 crore

Read the review here

Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai

Image: Emraan Hashmi in Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai

A retro masala movie, Emraan held his own against Ajay Devgn.

Directed by Milan Luthria, the film was so successful, it spawned a sequel.

Box office collections: Rs 58 crore

Read the review here


Murder 2

Image: Emraan Hashmi and Jacqueline Fernandez in Murder 2

Emraan Hashmi has had a long association with the Bhatts. Their collaboration in Murder 2 led to a huge all-India opening.

Emraan gave a good performance in Mohit Suri's horror thriller.

The music and Jacqueline Fernandez were additional crowd pullers.

Box office collections: Rs 48 crore

Read the review here

Jannat 2

Image: Emraan Hashmi and Esha Gupta in Jannat 2

Jannat 2 wasn't as successful as the original Jannat but it did well because of Emraan Hashmi’s presence and the popularity of the franchise.

The music was popular and a smoking hot Esha Gupta added glamour.

Box office collections: Rs 43 crore

Read the review here


Image: Emraan Hashmi in Jannat

Jannat released right in the middle of the IPL season, and still managed to grab eyeballs.

The theme of the film was match fixing and the timing was prefect.

Debutant director Kunal Deshmukh had a good script as well.

Box office collections: Rs 32 crore

Read the review here


Image: Emraan Hashmi and Kangna Ranaut in Raaz 2

This was Emraan’s first film to cross Rs 20 crore at the box office.

It was a milestone for the actor and it also took director Mohit Suri into the big league.

Box office collections: Rs 25 crore

Read the review here



Image: Emraan Hashmi and Mallika Sherawat in Murder

This is where it all started for Emraan Hashmi.

His debut film Footpath had tanked, but there was an immediate turnaround in his fortunes when Murder shocked Bollywood by taking a huge all-round opening.

If Mallika Sherawat showed the world what erotica was all about, Emraan's scintillating chemistry with her made the nation sway to the tune of the song, Bheege Hoth Tere.

Box office collection: Rs 14 crore



Image: Emraan Hashmi and Kangana Ranaut in Gangster

Emraan played an undercover cop in Gangster, and serenaded Kangana Raut, leading one to expect a romantic relationship.

His double-faced act at the end was thus a surprise for viewers.

It was a difficult part to play, particularly with good co-stars like Kangana Ranaut and Shiney Ahuja, but Emraan scored quite well.

Box office collection: Rs 13 crore

Read the review here


Image: Emraan Hashmi and Udita Goswami in Zeher

After the success of Murder, Emraan suffered a setback with Tumsa Nahi Dekha. But Zeher put him back on track. 

It was director Mohit Suri’s first film and had a decent run at the box office.

Udita Goswami, who later married Mohit Suri, starred in the film with Shamita Shetty.

Box office collections: Rs 7 crores

Read the review here

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