Super 30 is the seventh highest grossing film of 2019 worldwide till date as collections stand at approximately 194 crore. The film is set to finish at around 200 crore worldwide. The film has unfortunately underperformed in the overseas market as its final numbers will be just a little more than Kaabil. Statistically, Hrithik Roshan has the best pull in the overseas market after the Khans. Unfortunately however, Super 30 has not achieved the numbers despite finding some much needed appreciation in India.
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Kabir Singh is currently the top film of the year and will it is all set to close its run in the field of approximately 370 crore making it the 12th highest worldwide grosser ever in Hindi. The only non-Khan films which stand above it are: Bahubali - The Conclusion, Sanju and Padmaavat. The next best this year Uri - The Surgical Strike is at this present time, 18th on the all-time list of Hindi language films worldwide. The only other 300 crore plus film, Bharat will be just on the outside of the top twenty in 22nd place. Only 22 films have topped the 300 crore mark worldwide till date. The overseas market numbers are largely disappointing with only Bharat and Gully Boy topping the $10 million mark. Bharat was also released on Eid so ideally it should have performed much better than it did. Surprisingly, Kalank is the outperformer in the overseas market.
The top ten worldwide grossers in the year 2019 are as follows:
1. Kabir Singh - 369 crore (45 days)
2. Uri - The Surgical Strike - 338 crore
3. Bharat - 304 crore
4. Gully Boy - 230 crore
5. Total Dhamaal - 226 crore
6. Kesari - 203 crore
7. Super 30 - 194 crore (24 days)
8. Kalank - 145 crore
9. Badla - 134 crore
10. Manikarnika: Queen of Jhansi - 133 crore
When Super 30 was released, it had largely mixed reviews. Film critic Saibal Chatterjee awarded the film 2 stars out of 5 in his review. He wrote: "Hrithik Roshan is horribly miscast in another botched Bollywood biopic that never gets its arithmetic right." Super 30 is based on Anand Kumar's life, who coaches students from economically weaker backgrounds for the entrance exams of the IITs.