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SRK king of Indian movies

SRK continues to rule the popularity charts. eBay India’s summer shopping trends revealed that the actor’s last release, My Name Is Khan, topped the list of most sought after Indian films on the website.

entertainment Updated: Jun 03, 2010 15:21 IST

SRK continues to rule the popularity charts. eBay India’s summer shopping trends revealed that the actor’s last release, My Name Is Khan, topped the list of most sought after Indian films on the website. The research also unveiled India’s gadget and lifestyle online shopping habits for April 2010.

Top 10 Indian Titles
Surprisingly, the list does not contain any of the obvious blockbusters. Instead, movies like Pralay Ki Shuruaat (2012), dubbed in Hindi), Lord of The Rings (Hindi) and even Shaapit are mentioned here. Ranbir Kapoor’s Rocket Singh and Abhay Deol’s Oye Lucky, Lucky Oye also find a place in the top ten.

1. My Name is Khan
2. Rocket Singh
3. Gulzar’s Mirza Ghalib
4. Oye Luck Lucky Oye
5. Shaapit
6. Pralay Ki Shuruaat
7. The Lord of the Rings (Hindi)
8. Ultimate Bollywood Dance Party
9. Road to Sangam
10. Chance Pe Dance

Top 10 International Titles
In the international films category, there are fewer surprises. James Cameron’s 3-D blockbuster, Avatar, tops the charts. Several popular hits including The Dark Knight, Final Destination, Ratatouille and The Pursuit of Happyness also make the cut.

1. Avatar
2. Final Destination
3. The Story of India
4. The Dark Knight
5. The Pursuit of Happyness
6. Ratatouille
7. 24 Redemption
8. Aladdin
9. Bedtime stories
10. The Secret

Top 10 Books
Chetan Bhagat is India’s favourite author. All four books written by him are in the top ten. Stephanie Meyer’s vampire saga, Twilight, comes in at number four. C S Lewis’s Chronicles of Narnia and White Tiger by Aravind Adiga too make the cut. Incidentally, while old favorites like The Alchemist and The Fountainhead find a mention, The Harry Potter series doesn’t feature in it.

1. 2 States: The Story of My Marriage: Chetan Bhagat
2. The Three Mistakes of My Life: Chetan Bhagat
3. Five Point Someone: Chetan Bhagat
4. Twilight Saga Collection: Stephanie Meyer
5. The Lost Symbol: Dan Brown
6. One Night at the Call Centre: Chetan Bhagat
7. The Alchemist: Paulo Coelho
8. White Tiger: Aravind Adiga
9. The Chronicles of Narnia: CS Lewis
10. The Fountainhead: Ayn Rand

— Compiled by Sneha Mahale