Which was India's first Rs 1 crore earning film


Which was India's first Rs 1 crore earning film? 

There was a time when films were considered hit or flop based on their story and songs. But today's time has changed a lot. In the age of social media, films get the tag of a flop, average, hit, superhit, or blockbuster based on their earnings. On this basis, the first blockbuster film of indian cinema was released in the year 1943 which did a business of Rs 1 crore. Yes, we are talking about the film Kismat (1943). ashok kumar starrer film Kismat had created history by earning Rs 1 crore at the box office. Let us give you complete information about that film including its production, director, and starcast.

indian cinema's first 1 crore earning film

The first largest production house of indian cinema, 'Bombay Talkies', gave the first Rs 1 crore earning film of indian cinema. The film Kismat, directed by Gyan Mukherjee, was made under the banner 'Bombay Talkies'. This film registered the name of 'Bombay Talkies' in history. Artists like ashok kumar, mumtaz Shanti, Shah Nawaz, and Kanu Roy were seen in the film. This film was made in hindi language and ashok kumar played the lead role in the first Rs 1 crore earning film in indian history. ashok kumar played many such characters on screen which became memorable. During his film career, he worked in about 300 films. He started his career as an actor and later also worked as a director and producer.

In how many days did 'Kismat' earn Rs 1 crore?

ashok Kumar's film Kismat (1943) earned Rs 1 crore at the box office and became the first blockbuster film. According to reports, in terms of earnings, this film had completed a collection of more than Rs 1 crore in about 186 weeks. ashok kumar was the lead actor in this film but he played a negative role. ashok kumar started his career with 'Bombay Talkies' in the year 1936 with 'Jeevan Naiya' but this film flopped and the film Achhoot Kanya released in the same year was a superhit. Devika rani was his lead actress in both these films. For your information, Devika rani was the co-owner of 'Bombay Talkies'.

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