Nayanthara’s biggest box-office hits

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They say that box-office is the biggest gauge of an actor/actress’ popularity with the masses, and by that yardstick, Nayanthara isn’t just one-of-the-biggest actresses of the current generation, but she also easily stacks up with the all-time greats of Indian cinema. What’s sets her apart from most other box-office queens both in the South as well as the Hindi film industry is her ability to not only contribute to the remuneration of big-budget, hero-centric massy films by the massive fan-following she commands, but also run female-centric, niche films (with controlled budgets) on the sheer weight of her talent and stardom alone.


Nayanthara has come a long way from being a sex symbol in films headlined by big heroes to someone who draws a considerable amount of fans to theaters on her name alone, be it big films where she shares screen space with male superstars, or small films, where she is the biggest selling point. In fact, since the past few years, she’s probably the only actress in the whole country who runs movies on her name alone, justifiably earning herself the moniker of ‘Lady Superstar’.

On that note, it gives us immense pleasure to take a look at Lady Superstar Nayanthara’s biggest box-office hits:

Film Year Wolrdwide Gross (INR) Verdict
Veeram 2014 156 crore All-Time Blockbuster
Mankatha 2011 130 crore Blockbuster
Vedalam 2015 126 crore Blockbuster
Arrambam 2013 124 crore Blockbuster
Yennai Arindhaal 2015 110 crore Blockbuster
Billa 2007 75 crore Blockbuster
Varalaaru 2006 55 crore Blockbuster
Kireedam 2007 31 crore Superhit
Citizen 2001 26 crore Superhit
Villain 2002 20 crore Hit

 

With the terrific buzz for Nayanthara's upcoming films, we expect this list to burgeon considerably in the coming months.

Image Source: Sri Sathya Sai Movies

Disclaimer: Our box-office figures have been compiled from reliable sources and our own extensive research, and are indicative of the film's performance in the trade. However, Movified doesn't claim any legitimacy over the accuracy of the data, and cannot be held responsible for any discrepancy in the same.