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Will Deepika Padukone’s Finding Fanny play a spoil sport for Bipasha Basu’s Creature 3D? Trade buzz!
This week two completely different films – Finding Fanny and Creature 3D – will hit the theatres. While both the films have created good buzz, the question is – will Deepika continue to rule at the box office or will Ms Basu race ahead in the numbers game? Read on to know…
Homi Adajania’s directorial venture Finding Fanny starring Deepika Padukone, Arjun Kapoor, Dimple Kapadia, Pankaj Kapur and Naseeruddin Shah will be releasing this Friday alongside Bipasha Basu and Pakistani actor Imran Abbas Naqvi’s Creature 3D. Click here to read more
Women’s Day special: Kareena Kapoor, Katrina Kaif, Priyanka Chopra, Vidya Balan: Who is the strongest leading lady?
This Women’s Day, we take a look at the female actors who are fighting to make a place for themselves in a male dominated industry
Even today, box office success in Bollywood is attributed mainly to the male stars involved in a project and filmmakers spend big bucks to cast a big heroes in their films. Sadly, while there is a long list of male stars that includes Shahrukh Khan, Salman Khan, Aamir Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn, Sanjay Dutt, Ranbir Kapoor and Shahid Kapoor – who are all staking their claim at the turnstiles – there are only about three or four female stars who command any kind of respect at the BO. Click here to read more
‘Agneepath’: record opening at the box office!
Hrithik Roshan beats Salman Khan and Shahrukh Khan as his film earns Rs 23 crore on the first day
Karan Johar’s Agneepath has grossed approximately Rs 23 crore on its opening day, beating the record for the biggest opening collections previously set by Salman Khan with Bodyguard. While Bodyguard earned Rs 20.crore (nett), RA.One garnered Rs 14.76 (nett) on the first day. So Agneepath has beat the two films quite easily. Click here to read more
AGNEEPATH box office report: Hrithik Roshan beats SRK
Agneepath crosses RA.One’s record by a big margin and achieves the biggest opening weekend record
The year has begun on a great note for B-town as its first big release, Agneepath has managed to break all records at the box office. The film has earned approximately Rs 65 crore in its opening weekend (first three full days – Thursday, Friday and Saturday – are considered the opening weekend), surpassing the record previously set by Shahrukh Khan’s Ra.One at Rs 52.93 crore. Click here to read more
‘Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu’ box office banks upon Valentine’s Day
After enjoying a decent start at the box office, the Imran Khan-Kareena Kapoor romantic flick is looking forward to making the most of Valentine’s Day on February 14
According to box office reports of Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu, it opened with a lukewarm response, netting only Rs 5 crore on Friday. The film picked up in the next two days, taking the figure to a decent Rs 12.5 crore over the weekend. We learn that the multiplex audience enjoyed the film but the response from single screens was not welcoming. Click here to read more
Pakistani team in Mumbai for 26/11 attack probe watches ‘Kahaani’The Pakistani judicial commission team, currently in India to examine witnesses in the 26/11 terrorist attack investigation, decided to explore Bollywood during their stay in Mumbai. The delegation was keen to catch Agent Vinod, but since there’s still time for that film to release, they decided to watch the Vidya Balan starrer suspense thriller Kahaani after hearing of the great reviews it has been getting. Click here to read more
Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara: Will it beat ‘3 Idiots’ and ‘Dabangg’?
BO collections of the Zoya Akhtar film place it in the top 10 Hindi grossers of all time
Zoya Akhtar struggled to bring her first film Luck By Chance to completion and give it a good release. It did average business in theatres. But her refreshing new production, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (ZNMD) has not only done well at the box office, but is also threatening to topple some of the biggest hits of recent times that reign on the money-making list. Click here to read more