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Year Ender 2021: 5 Movies that brought audiences back to theatres

Despite multiple pandemic induced challenges and restrictions, many blockbusters drew film buffs in droves to the big screen. Here are some of our favourite films that reminded audiences of the joys of big screen entertainment:

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Year Ender 2021: 5 Movies that brought audiences back to theatres
Akshay Kumar's Sooryavanshi's made an opening box office collection of INR 26.29 crore. The Rohit Shetty film managed to register a total of INR 77 crores in 3 days.
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Year Ender 2021: 5 Movies that brought audiences back to theatres
The steady box-office performance of this Abhishek Kapoor directorial has demonstrated that even films with middling budgets and an unconventional story-line can sell tickets and win fans over. The quirky film headlined by the ever dependable Ayushmann Khurrana and Vaani Kapoor in an unusual role as a transwoman, explores a love story outside the normative gender identities and entertains even as it sensitises the audiences about issues such as transphobia.
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Year Ender 2021: 5 Movies that brought audiences back to theatres
This one smashed records even before its release and delivered the biggest ever opening day and enjoyed the second biggest ever opening in the history of Hollywood releases in India. It has now officially become the biggest film of 2021 in India, with an opening weekend of Rs 138.55 Crore!
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Year Ender 2021: 5 Movies that brought audiences back to theatres
Pushpa, also dubbed in Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada and Hindi, has become the first film in COVID times to cross the INR 100 crore mark on its first weekend. After Baahubali 2, Pushpa has become the second highest film in terms of tickets sold per second on the ticketing platform. The film has also marked the highest ever advance sales for an Allu Arjun film.
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Year Ender 2021: 5 Movies that brought audiences back to theatres
This remake of Marathi film 'Mulshi Pattern' was directed by Mahesh Manjrekar and produced by Salman Khan Films. Salman Khan starrer also featured Aayush Sharma and Mahima Makwana and despite partial occupancy woes in many regions, it has been doing steady business in India and overseas territories.
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