Answering this question, Google’s India content expert Aamir Kumar recently tweeted, “Which movies are most popular (in) India?”

The answer, he said, is a very broad one: “Top 10 films, #1 is ‘Amaravati’ (2018), #2 is ‘Pajama Party’ (2017), #3 is ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ (2016), #4 is ‘Himouto!’

(2015), #5 is ‘Lampshaded’ (2014), #6 is ‘Gokul’ (2013), #7 is ‘Koi Deeper’ (2012), #8 is ‘Yonkol’ (2011), #9 is ‘The Last Jedi’ (2010) and #10 is ‘Sidra’ (2009).”

If I have to list the most-played movies, then I would say ‘The Karate Kid’ (1989), ‘The Princess Bride’ (1939), ‘Saga’ (1975), ‘Gattaca’ (1969), ‘Shaun of the Dead’ (1967) and ‘Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope’ (1977).

“There are many more films that have been released in the past 10 years, but these are not included,” he added.

“I am sure that most of the films that are in the top 10 will have their audience growing in India, and I am not talking about just a couple of people.”

The popularity of the most famous Indian films, in terms of audience, is certainly not new.

“Bajrongi Bhaujaan” has been the top film in the Indian market since 2009, while “Pajam” is the most widely watched film in India with an audience of more than 1 billion people.

In the year 2011, “Gattala” came in second place in India.

In fact, the top films of the last ten years have had a combined audience of around 1.5 billion people, while the top five films have an audience in the region of around 4.5 million.

Aamir has been a long-time user of Twitter, which has been an invaluable source of information about films and the Indian film industry.

His tweets have been picked up by a lot of other writers.

He also used to write about movies for the BBC, as well as in newspapers, magazines and TV channels.

A couple of years back, he took a look at what was trending in the social media world.

“In the past five years, there has been quite a big jump in the number of #1 movies that have reached #1 in the Hindi film industry, which is pretty surprising,” he tweeted.

The number of popular films, then, has been rising steadily since the 1990s, and that trend is now going to continue for a while.

“The top 10 most popular Indian films of 2017 are as follows: “Babaji”, “Battleship”, “Amarapati”, “Camelot”, “The Karai”, “Kokhikode”, “Meenakshi Guru”, “Nirgunjana”, “Shilpa Chaturthi”, “Suraj Kapoor”, “Tantalising”, “Zabrudar”, “Xanthanagaram” and “Zara”.