Boxoffice terminology is completely different from what you see on movie posters. Producers brag about their ventures for publicity by adding those fabricated “Blockbuster”, “All time blockbuster” tags. To say, a film’s boxoffice status is termed by calculating the recovery percentage. There is something called breakeven point and return on investment. Not by the total collection, boxoffice verdict is given on recovery percentage. For example, Fidaa is a blockbuster but Khaidi No 150 is a Super hit but not blockbuster. You may wonder how since Khaidi No 150 collected double over Fidaa. The Chiranjeevi starrer’s theatrical rights were sold at 90cr and Fidaa was sold at 20cr. While Fidaa collected 47cr share in it’s full run and Khaidi No 150 collected 102 cr, the recovery percentage of Fidaa is much bigger than what Khaidi’s.