Ajay Devgn is a bona fide superstar whose films open with huge numbers at the box office, and consistently go on to be big hits. What’s more, the actor is one of those rare Bollywood stars who has proven his mettle in every genre, garnering immense critical appreciation to go with a highly successful commercial career over a vast time. Not only that, but Devgn’s career has seen a constant surge from the 90s till date as far as box-office numbers are stardom go. While critics have heaped praise on his performances from the onset, his pull with audience has grown exponentially over the course of time. Today, on his birthday, let’s take a stroll down memory lane and check out Ajay Devgn’s meteoric rise as a box-office superstar
Roaring comeback and more ups and downs
Ajay Devgn then made a roaring comeback with three back-to-back hits in Dilwale, Vijaypath and Suhaag. However, his fortunes at the ticket window kept fluctuating post that with flops like Hulchul, Gundaraj, Haqeeqat and Jung preceding superhits like Diljale and Jaan.