Chennai Express mints Rs 33.12 crore on the opening day
Shahrukh Khan and Deepika Padukone-starrer Chennai Express is chugging on with immense steam at the box office
The film recorded an opening day collection of Rs.33.12 crore, say trade experts, and it is expected to do well across national and international quarters over the weekend. Click here to read more
EK THA TIGER box office collections set to create history!
Salman Khan’s ambitious film could outdo the box office collections of the Raju Hirani-Aamir Khan super-successful 3 Idiots
Salman Khan’s buddy actor Aamir Khan wished that Salman’s film should do better business at the box office than his, and that is exactly what might happen over the weekend with Yash Raj Films’ Ek Tha Tiger. Click here to read more
‘Ek Tha Tiger’ tickets to cost 15 percent more. Will you still watch the movie?
Multiplexes are slated to hike ticket rates for the Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif film, confirms a Cinemax official
Watching Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif ’s film Ek Tha Tiger is going to cost dearly for their fans. Multiplexes will run the film in 90 percent of its screens, and despite that the ticket rates will be hiked. You will have no choice but to buy them if you want to catch your fave stars in action! Call it market dynamics or the holiday week of Independence Day and Eid, theatre owners are ensuring that the ‘big ticket’ movie sends their cash registers ringing and brings in a good amount of bonus.
Girish Wankhede, Deputy General Manager, Cinemax India Ltd confirmed to Bollywoodlife Click here to read more
Anurag Kashyap and Imtiaz Ali’s shared passion!
Bollywood’s filmmakers are collaborating more without feeling insecure, observes Anupama Chopra
Two weeks ago, Imitiaz Ali sat down on the steps of Cinemax theatre in suburban Mumbai at 1am and spent approximately three hours debating the merits and flaws of his new film, Rockstar, with 20 to 30 cinema lovers. According to a post on the movie blog moifightclub.wordpress.com, the director chatted about everything, from his choice of heroine (the bland Nargis Fakhri) to the controversial decision to blur the Tibetan flag.
The evening came to pass because Anurag Kashyap, Imitiaz’s friend, fellow director and ardent Rockstar champion (he called it this generation’s Pyaasa), bought tickets for 10 viewers who didn’t like Rockstar, with the guarantee that a second viewing would convert them. It didn’t, but the evening underlined the incredible atmosphere of support, openness and creative collaboration that thrives in pockets of Bollywood today. Click here to read more