3 Idiots Full Movie Download HD 1080p & 720p [Google Drive]

3 Idiots Full Movie Download HD 1080p & 720p [Google Drive]

Rajkumar Hirani wrote, edited, and directed 3 Idiots, a 2009 Indian Hindi-language coming-of-age comedy-drama film co-written by Abhijat Joshi, with producer Vidhu Vinod Chopra working as a script associate. The film stars Aamir Khan, R. Madhavan, and Sharman Joshi in the titular characters, marking their reunion three years after the 2006 film Rang De Basanti, while Omi Vaidya, Kareena Kapoor, and Boman Irani play significant parts.

The plot chronicles the relationship of three students in an Indian engineering college and is a parody on the societal pressures that exist in the Indian education system. It is told in two parallel plays, one set in the present and the other 10 years ago.

Chopra produced the film under the company Vinod Chopra Films.

 3 Idiots included actual Indian innovations by Remya Jose, Mohammad Idris, Jahangir Painter, and Sonam Wangchuk, the latter of whom also provided inspiration for Khan's character.

 When it was released on December 25, 2009, the film gained critical acclaim and a big economic success, and it is regarded as one of the finest Bollywood films ever made;[according to whom?] It was also the best-grossing film in India during its opening weekend, with the biggest opening day receipts for an Indian film up to that date and the highest net collections for a Hindi film in the first week.

It finally became one of the few Indian films to be successful in East Asian countries at the time, such as China and Japan, with a global total of 392 crore ($90 million).  — at the time, it was the highest-grossing Indian film ever, as well as the highest-grossing Indian film of the decade.  The film has a significant influence on Indian ideas on education, as well as education in other Asian countries like China.


"Chetan had given me this novel to read, and I had planned to make a movie out of it. But I understood straight away that I couldn't produce a film entirely based on the book because it was too anecdotal, and a film has a storyline. As a result, I decided to rework it as a screenplay. You'll notice that the film and the text are significantly different. I phoned Chetan and told him about the script when I finished it. I warned him I would cancel the project if he didn't like the writing. He was, nevertheless, unconcerned about it "..

― Rajkumar Hirani on the relationship between the film and Chetan Bhagat's novel Five Point Someone.

After the success of Lage Raho Munna Bhai (2006), director Rajkumar Hirani and screenwriter Abhijat Joshi set their sights on the third installment of the Munna Bhai trilogy, Munnabhai Chale Amerika. However, Hirani became weary after working on many films in the same style and opted to work on a new story outside of the franchise.

He had been thinking of a new project rather than the new installment in the film series when writing the initial draft of the film, but he had focused more on the project and then worked on the former first. He received the popular novel Five Point Someone by author Chetan Bhagat while thinking about how the concept will come to completion. 

Hirani was given this work by the latter to read in order to get a feel for the writing. He opted to adapt the script by making alterations to the original novel and work on it as a feature picture after being impressed by the novel.


In order to get wide awareness among the public, Aamir Khan adopted creative marketing tactics for the film's promotion. Anil Arjun, the CEO of Reliance MediaWorks, which produced and distributed the film, revealed that four months previous to its release, a 40-member team was put in place to sell the picture.

"The campaign was created in such a manner that it appeals to all categories of viewers — those who go to multiplexes in metros and individuals who go to single screens in rural villages," he added. Prior to its release, the video was screened to all stakeholders and corporate workers, and a 360-degree marketing strategy was created that included internet, outdoor, brand alliances, public relations, and merchandising.

Box office receipts

The film grossed 459 crore (US$90 million) globally, making it the highest-grossing Indian film at the time.

The film holds the record for the largest box office gross for a Bollywood film, according to Guinness World Records.

Adjusted for inflation, the revenues are worth 980 crore (US$130 million) in 2020. The film's success was due to its substance as well as considerable pre-release marketing, which resulted in a significant rise in the number of people who saw it.

With 2.75 crore at the time, the film set the biggest paid previews record, which was later broken by Chennai Express (2013). The film earned a total of 38 crore (equivalent to 81 crore or US$11 million in 2020) in its four-day opening weekend, shattering the previous record of Ghajini (Aamir's previous feature). The film made 79 crore in its first week (equivalent to 169 crore or US$22 million in 2020), shattering Ghajini's box office record.

3 Idiots nett grossed 56 crore (equivalent to 120 crore or US$16 million in 2020) in its second week, 30.3 crore (equivalent to 65 crore or US$8.5 million in 2020) in its third week, 16 crore (equivalent to 34 crore or US$4.5 million in 2020) in its fourth week, and 9.75 crore (equivalent to 21 crore or US$2.7 million in 2020) in its fifth week, for a total of 202 crore.

 3 Idiots became the first Indian film to gross this much money, establishing the 200 crore (US$26 million) Club. In India, its final domestic gross was 273 crore (equivalent to US$77 million in 2020).

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