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  • | April 1st, 2013

    Himmatwala: The April Fool joke is on the audience

    Himmatwala: The April Fool joke is on the audience

    Cineswami wonders who watched Himmatwala in theatres to give it the Rs 31 crore weekend box office collection
    It’s All Fool’s Day today, the first of April. The hoary tradition is to play a silly prank on someone and declare him or her an April Fool. We had always thought that Sajid Khan was a prime April candidate for the august title ‘Fool khile hain Gulshan Grover’. However, the great mind behind Heyy Babyy, Housefull and Housefull 2 has proved that he’s no Bad Man, let alone a fool. Click here to read more

  • | July 19th, 2012

    ‘RA.One’ box office obsession: The danger of reducing movies to money

    ‘RA.One’ box office obsession: The danger of reducing movies to money

    RA.One didn’t break Bodyguard’s opening day record, but it did set a new three-day benchmark, raking in Rs 60 crore in India
    The sound and fury around Shahrukh Khan’s superhero saga, RA.One, reached a cacophonous climax last week. There was much debate, of course, on the quality of the film (it was largely panned by critics in India), but the real entertainment was in the breathless number-crunching. The question on everyone’s lips was: could Shahrukh beat arch rival Salman Khan’s grosses? Would Shahrukh’s relentless 10-month-long marketing campaign deliver a bigger opening day than Bodyguard’s Rs 20 crore Eid take? Click here to read more

  • | July 19th, 2012

    ‘Rockstar’ box office collections rock: Rs 64 crore in opening weekend

    ‘Rockstar’ box office collections rock: Rs 64 crore in opening weekend

    Ranbir Kapoor and Nargis Fakhri’s Rockstar rakes in the millions
    Eros International reports that Imtiaz Ali’s Rockstar, starring Ranbir Kapoor and Nargis Fakhri, and featuring chartbusting music by Oscar-winner AR Rahman, has done stellar business in its opening weekend grossing Rs 64 crore. The Ashtavinayak Cine Vision co-production grossed Rs 53 crore in India (Rs 37 crore net) and Rs 11 crore overseas. The film that released on 11.11.11 fortuitously collected Rs 11.25 crore on its opening day. Click here to read more

  • | June 28th, 2012

    The show goes on

    The show goes on

    Cineswami landed in Mumbai on Wednesday evening after a trip to Israel for the excellent Jerusalem Film Festival and was shocked but not surprised by the images of the latest round of bomb blasts unspooling on every television screen
    On Thursday morning, the good citizens of Mumbai woke up and set off to work as per normal routine, their spirits dampened only by the incessant and heavy rain. The spirit of Mumbaikars has correctly been hailed and needs to be lauded again and again, but the bare fact of the matter is that this can’t go on. To return to Israel for a moment, I was stopped and frisked very often and I had to carry my passport at all times to prove my identity. While it is too much to ask for Israeli levels of security in Mumbai that has a population of 21 million, compared to Jerusalem’s tiny 800,000, is it too much to ask for a national intelligence service that is as good as Mossad, so that these attacks can be nipped in the bud? Click here to read more

  • | July 19th, 2011

    Salman-SRK in Chinese!

    Salman-SRK in Chinese!

    My Name is Khan was dubbed in Korean, and Dabangg will be dubbed in Taiwanese
    It’s not as far-fetched as it sounds. Fox released Karan Johar’s My Name is Khan in South Korea, dubbed in Korean, and the film raked in the millions there. Now, Eros is following suit and will release Ra.One in Taiwan, but in Hindi with Chinese subtitles. Eros has also struck a deal with a local Taiwanese distributor to release Dabangg there, followed by Heyy Babyy and Knock Out. The Rajinikanth blockbuster Endhiran will see a South Korea release, in Tamil with Korean subtitles. Click here to read more