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Deepika Padukone’s Finding Fanny faring slightly better than Bipasha Basu’s Creature 3D!
The two leading ladies had locked horns this Friday with their respective releases
Bollywood divas Deepika Padukone and Bipasha Basu entered theatres with Finding Fanny and Creature 3D respectively, but neither could rock the box office. If Deepika’s English language quirky drama has appealed to niche audience, Bipasha’s scary film did not have too many takers either, say experts. Click here to read more
Is Queen’s success hampering Bewakoofiyaan’s business?
Queen reigns over box office for second week with Rs 21 crore at the box-office
Queen is giving tough competition to recently released Bewakoofiyaan – while the Kangana starrer has hauled in Rs. 21 crore and is still going strong at the box office, the weekend earning of Sonam Kapoor’s film is just Rs. 4.74 crore, say trade pundits. Click here to read more
Aashiqui 2 box office report: Rs 13 crore on first two days – Iron Man 3 affects collections
But trade pundits say occupancy will pick up for Aashiqui 2 in the coming week
Aditya Roy Kapur and Shraddha Kapoor‘s romantic-action film Aashiqui 2 seems to be wooing box office as it has earned approximately Rs 13 crore in the opening weekend despite the fact that Hollywood venture Iron Man 3 came out on the same day and is giving a tough competition, say trade pundits. Click here to read more
Vishwaroopam ban spells doom for distributors – viewers demand refund of ticket fare
If not lifted soon, the ban on Kamal Haasan’s controversial film could end up with a Rs 30-crore loss
The delay in the screening of Kamal Haasan‘s Rs 95 crore film Vishwaroopam in the wake of a ban after some groups tagged it as anti-Muslim is likely to result in an estimated loss of Rs 30 crore, say industry experts. Click here to read more
Bollywood box office: Small films outshine the Rs 100-crore club
Ishaqzaade, Kahaani, Vicky Donor and Paan Singh Tomar did well in the first half of 2012. But in the second half, all eyes will be on the big-budget films of the Khans, say trade experts
Small is big in Bollywood. In the first five months, small-budget non-commercial films have kept the cash registers ringing and kept filmmakers happy, trade experts say, adding that the icing on the cake has been three biggies that crossed the Rs 100 crore (USD22 million) mark. Click here to read more