Kangana Ranaut’s Highest Grossing Films: From Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai To Manikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi

Here is the list of the National Award winning actress Kangana Ranaut’s highest grossing films, which made her a bankable diva in Bollywood

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  • 1/5

    Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai released in 2010, got Kangana Ranaut appreciations for her acting craft. Playing Rehana Shergill, a film actress onscreen, she managed to impress the audience. The film grossed Rs.58.50 crore in India in its final and ninth week at the box office (Image Source: bestoftheyear.in)

  • 2/5

    2011 release Tanu Weds Manu got Kangana Ranaut and R. Madhavan on the silver screen and their chemistry impressed the audience, ultimately making way for its sequel in 2015 titled, Tanu Weds Manu: Returns. The sequel went to touch the mark of Rs 148.84 crore at the box office (Image Source: imdb ,amazon )

  • 3/5

    Queen which got Kangana Ranaut bag a National Awards for Best Actress in the year 2015. This 2014 release film helmed by Vikas Bahl minted Rs 61.47 crore, proving that the actress can carry a film solely on her shoulders minus any hero opposite her (Image Source: amazon)

  • 4/5

    With Krrish 4 reported to be in making, Krrish 3 which saw the talented actress Kangana Ranaut in an antagonist role Kaya, starring Hrithik Roshan in a superhero role, grossed Rs 175.83 crore at the ticket window (Image Source: cloudfront )

  • 5/5

    The latest one being Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi which saw the actress in Rani Lakshmi Bai’s shoes onscreen, minted Rs 90.81 crore. Though the film was engulfed with several controversies, it marked Kangana Ranaut directorial debut as she took over the seat after the film director Radha Krishna Jagarlamudi stepped down from the chair in amidst the shoot (Image Source: instagram/ Kanganaranaut)

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