List Of Highest Grossing Malayalam Films In India As 'Manjummel Boys' Tops Elite Club

Malayalam movie 'Manjummel Boys' has broken all the records to top this uber-elite list.

Entertainment Desk
Written By: Entertainment Desk
Updated: March 12, 2024 | 14:30 IST
Manjummel Boys
Malayalam movie 'Manjummel Boys' has broken all the records to top this uber-elite list.

It is fair to say that Malayalam movies provide content and entertainment like no other film industry in India. If you look back at the past five or six years, it is safe to say that Malayalam movies make you think, and they entertain you as well. Over the past few years, Malayalam films like '2018', 'Kannur Squad', 'Kaathal – The Core', 'Kurup', and 'Neru' have captured the minds of the Indian audience, irrespective of the language barrier. In the latest regional cinema news, 'Manjummel Boys' has become the highest-grossing Malayalam film of all time in India. As per Pinkvilla, the cumulative gross of 'Manjummel Boys' has now risen to Rs 108.50 crore, and as a result, the film has overtaken last year's '2018', which had grossed Rs 107 crore.

Here is the list of highest-grossing Malayalam films at the Indian box office. The figures mentioned below, have been taken from Pinkvilla.

Without further ado, here is the list:

Manjummel Boys - Rs. 108.50 crore (19 days)

2018 - Rs. 107 crore

Pulimurugan - Rs. 97.50 crore

Lucifer - Rs. 75 crore

Premalu - Rs. 63.50 crore (32 days)

RDX - Rs. 55.50 crore

Neru - Rs. 52.50 crore

Bheeshma Parvam - Rs. 50.50 crore

Kurup - Rs. 48.50 crore

Kannur Squad - Rs. 47.50 crore

For the unversed, 'Manjummel Boys' is a survival drama, and the plot revolves around the struggle of a bunch of friends from a small town. The friends toil hard to save one of their own from a cave in Kodaikanal.

'Manjummel Boys' stars Soubin Shahir, Sreenath Bhasi, Balu Varghese, Ganapathi S Poduval, Lal Jr, Deepak Parambol, Abhiram Radhakrishnan, Arun Kurian, Khalid Rahman, Chandu Salimkumar, and Vishnu Reghu in leading roles.  

'Manjummel Boys' is based on a real-life incident that happened in 2006.

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