The top ten grossing films at the Indian box office in 2009. The films are ranked according to net gross as estimated by boxofficeindia.
|1||3 Idiots||385,00,00,000 (World wide)|
|2||Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani||70,94,00,000|
|4||De Dana Dan||67,30,00,000|
|6||All The Best: Fun Begins||46,02,00,000|
|8||Love Aaj Kal||41,78,00,000|
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