Before Satyameva Jayate 2 comes out, take a look at Satyameva Jayate 1, Batla House, Dhoom, Jism and other John Abraham movies that set the box office on fire

John Abraham’s husband does not have the same insane fan entourage as Khans or Devgn, Akshay or Hrithik, but he enjoys a strong fan base in his own right, much of which is built on his strongman persona or cool biker persona in hardcore, mainstream , masala mad. This week, John Abraham returns to the big screen with Satyameva Jayate 2, the sequel to his superhit 2018 masala movie, Satyameva Jayate. But before all you John fans rush to the cinema to see it, why not revisit some of his best films that had set the box office on fire … Read also – Trending OTT News Today: Saif Ali Khan’s Favorite Sacred Games Scene, Kartik Aaryan Reveals Dhamaka Release Date and More

Back in 2003, John Abraham debuted with a dormant hit, Jism, whose commercial success many honor Bipasha Basu’s sex appeal and her steamy scenes with John, but overlook that it was a rather well-made thriller. Then came Dhoom, the movie that made John Abraham a star and made every guy wish he was riding a foreign sports bike back then when they were not readily available in India. After a few flops, the star returned with Garam Masala, Taxi No. 9211, Dostana and New York (qualitatively, his best film to date). Read also – From sharing an apartment with eight girls during her hard days to her debut on the silver screen as a maid: Surprising facts about Nora Fatehi’s life will amaze you

Then came a longer break, where the sequels, Housefull 2 ​​and Race 2, were the only saving graces in between, and it was only since 2015 onwards that John really found coherence in the box office with Welcome Back, Dishoom, Parmanu: The Story by Pokhran, Satyameva Jayate and Batla House. So without further ado, check out the ticket collections and reviews from these movies below: Read also – The Empire teaser: Nikkhil Advani and Disney + Hotstar join forces to create India’s Game of Thrones – deets inside

Jism (2003) – Rs. 8.14 crore net – Hit
Dhoom (2004) – Rs. 31.60 crore net – Superhit
Garam Masala (2005) – Rs. 29 crore net – Hit
Tax No. 9211 (2006) – Rs. 19.59 crore net – Semi-hit
Dostana (2008) – Rs. 44.38 crore net – Semi-hit
New York (2009) – Rs. 45.39 crore net – Hit
Housefull 2 ​​(2012) – Rs. 106 crore net – Superhit
Race 2 (2013) – Rs. 100.45 crore net – Semi-hit
Welcome back (2015) – Rs. 96.69 crore net – Semi-hit
Dishoom (2016) – Rs. 70 crore net – Semi-hit
Parmanu (2018) – Rs. 65.89 crore net – Semi-hit
Satyameva Jayate (2018) – Rs. 90.39 crore net – Superhit
Batla House (2019) – Rs. 97.18 crore net – Superhit

Crossing fingers that Satyameva Jayate is another big hit for John Abraham.

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