Bollywood trade News
Did you know: Shahid Kapoor’s biggest HIT till date is Sooraj Barjatya’s Vivaah?
The actor has done a lot of films but turns out this is the only film that earned heavily…
When Shahid Kapoor got married to a girl selected by his family and not to one of the many women he dated, people wondered how did he settle for an arranged marriage. Well, the secret is finally out now! Click here to read more
Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola box office report: Vishal Bhardwaj’s highest grosser
The movie has collected Rs 41.15 crores worldwide in its first week
Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola may have received mixed reviews from critics and audience, but director Vishal Bhardwaj is still a happy man. Click here to read more
‘The Dirty Picture’ enters the elite club of top 10 opening weeks of all time
Maneesh Sharma, who came up with a surprise hit in the form of Band Baajaa Baaraat last year, disappoints with his latest con caper. The Vidya Balan starrer, on the other hand, gets one of the best opening weeks of all time
The Dirty Picture has proved that a woman-centric film can reap rewards at the box office if it’s entertaining enough! The Vidya Balan starrer, which grossed around Rs 48.25 crore in its first week (distributor share is approximately Rs 27.50 crore), has become a sure shot superhit. In fact, it has entered the list of the top ten weeks of all time, joining the Khan league of blockbusters like Bodyguard, Ra.One and 3 Idiots. Click here to read more
‘Don 2’ shines at the box office; ‘Players’ tanks
Shahrukh Khan’s thriller crosses the Rs 100 crore mark at the end of the third week, while Players struggles in its first week
Shahrukh Khan has definitely had a great year at the box office. After a blockbuster in the form of his Diwali release RA.One, SRK’s Don 2 (which released on December 23, 2011) has also been declared a hit. Even though the collections dropped heavily in the third week, the film has managed to earn a nett collection of around Rs 101.66 crore. Click here to read more
Business is great this July at the Bollywood BO!
For the first time in the history of the Hindi film industry, July has been a blockbuster month
The industry would never have expected that the rainy month of July would end the drought at the BO. But this is exactly what has happened. It’s generally the Diwali and Christmas seasons that are known to bring big bucks to producers and theatre owners. July, on the other hand, is considered a low business time, when children get back to school and rains play spoilsport. This time around though, according to trade reports, net collections in the month of July are over Rs 210 crore. Click here to read more