We are all aware of the 100 crore club. The membership to this club is monopolized mainly by the three Khans. Aamir Khan started this dogma with Ghajini and films like 3 Idiots, Bodyguard, Dabangg, Ready, Ra.One and Don 2 followed suit. Ajay Devgn squeezed in with Singham and Golmaal 3. This year's entries were Agneepath, Housefull 2 and Rowdy Rathore, marking the membership of Hrithk Roshan and Akshay Kumar. The second half of 2012 will see biggies like Ek Tha Tiger, Talaash and Yash Chopra's SRK starrer. But what about the 10 crore club? No, not films which make 10 crores at the box office, but films that are made within the budget of Rs. 10 crores and end up garnering solid box office success. This year, Kahaani, Vicky Donor and Paan Singh Tomar all released below the budget of Rs. 10 crores. They pleased audiences and critics alike. Kahaani made on a budget of Rs. 8 crore made a whopping Rs. 104 crore globally. Vicky Donor made for Rs. 5 cr ended up grossing 45 cr. Paan Singh Tomar with a measly budget of 4.5 cr steadily grossed Rs. 20 cr. That's pretty awesome, right? Good cinema does have a market.Ferrari Ki Sawaari also falls in this club. It has grossed Rs. 15 cr already but it's still to get the status of a profitable hit. Will the collections be steady over the next weekend? Needless to say, the 10 crore club has arrived and is here to stay. We just hope that it stays classy and adds more exceptional members!