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Shoojit Sircar’s Piku has amazed one and all. The film has easily seen the best trending since one can remember and has grown by leaps and bounds with every passing day. For a film to make five times the amount of the opening day over the weekend is something that has never happened before, and Piku managed to do that.
Akshay Kumar is currently ruling the Box Office charts. After giving 2015 its first biggie with Baby, the actor’s second film of […]
With as good as 40.00 crores collections in just three days, Akshay Kumar’s Gabbar Is Back had already entered Koimoi’s List of […]
Akshay Kumar starrer Gabbar Is Back has been on a roll as the film after taking a smashing start, kept up a good stride on its first weekend too. The film became the highest opening grosser of the year since it collected 40 crores on its first weekend itself.
Akshay Kumar starrer Gabbar Is Back seems to have revived Bollywood’s gloomy phase and finally we have a film that has appealed to the audiences so much so that it enjoyed a bumper weekend. With what 40 crores coming in from the opening weekend, the Akshay Kumar film has now become the highest opening grosser of the year.
Akshay Kumar starrer Gabbar Is Back started off on a good stride and seems to be on a roll. The film is expected to have a smashing first weekend and may even beat the opening weekend collections of Akshay’s previous film Baby. The film has so far collected 24.55 crores in two days.
While the early estimates of Mr. X’s first week collections showed figures of 20 crores, the actuals are now in. The Emraan Hashmi starrer managed to collect 22.75 crores nett over its first week at the domestic box office.
Mr. X starring Emraan Hashmi had a decent opening weekend collection of 13.99 crores at the domestic box office. Even though the film has performed lower than Emraan Hashmi’s previous film, the opening weekend collection of Mr. X is better than other releases this year.
For a film to make a good business at the domestic box office, the collections of first weekend are extremely crucial. A good opening collection of the film gives it the right impetus to carry on. The year has so far seen only four hits and more number of flops, averages and plus affairs.
Ram Kapoor is on a roll. He is not shying away from the new and experimental. With his film Kuch Kuch Locha Hai set for release on the 8th of May 2015, sources from the set tell us that Ram has left no stone unturned to bring his best to the table. Ram, who will be seen playing a rich Gujrati Businessman living in Malaysia has infused his character will so much fun that the audiences will be left with a giggle long exiting the theater.
Devang Dholakia’s film Kuch Kuch Locha Hai has created a buzz for all the right reasons. Leading the way is the film’s unique casting. And now it has been revealed that Evelyn Sharma who is being seen in a leading role in the film and who is known for her gorgeous looks will not just burn up the silver with her glamorous avatar but also for her scintillating performance.
Kamaal R Khan is known for his obnoxious tweets and has irked quite a lot of actresses with them. After Sunny Leone and Sonakshi Sinha, this time it was Queen star Lisa Haydon on his radar. KRK is known to pick fights on the social media and here is yet another such antic of his.
After a decent weekend, Alone had a regular fall of around 50% over the weekdays, hence resulting in around 22 crores coming in. These are decent collections for this mid-budget film, courtesy some good appreciation that it fetched in the territories where it was expected to hold on reasonably well. However, the film primarily has one week to perform optimally as in days to come it would be Baby and Dolly Ki Doli that would prove to be competition, both from the perspective of screen count as well as choice of audience. Though 30 crore would be a good total for the film, one waits to see how far it goes from here.
Mischief seems to be the mantra on the sets of Kuch Kuck Locha Hai. This Devang Dholakia film which has raised a lot of interest due to its quirky casting with Sunny Leone and Ram Kapoor essaying the lead roles seems to have garnered quite a few memorable moments while filming in Malaysia.
Bollywood, as an industry has always come forward and showed their support, grief, condolence and raised their voice towards appalling incidents. Be it 26/11 terror attack on Taj Land Ends, Mumbai or the horrifying 16-12-2012 Delhi gang rape (Nirbhaya case) which is still fresh in the minds of people after two years; Bollywood fraternity has expressed their thoughts and feelings like any other common man.
Since Bang Bang and Haider arrive on Thursday, it is going to be a six day week for the new Bollywood releases. Surprisingly, there are as many as seven new films arriving on this day and for most of them, their run would end in the opening weekend itself, leave aside hanging on for full six days.
Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania has been rock steady over the first week. As per early estimates, the film has made a business of approx 4.50 crores on its 1st Wednesday i.e. yesterday. After its six days’ run at the Domestic Box Office, the film stands with a total collection of 49.09 crores nett.
Ek Villain had an excellent first week and has stood out with its performance at the domestic box office. With a smashing total of 77 crores at the domestic box office, the film has now managed to climb up to the fourth position in Highest Grossers of 2014 list in just one week.
Ek Villain after its 1st Tuesday stands at 65.60 crores at the domestic box office. The film, that is a romantic thriller, opened to brilliant numbers and even in its 5th day the film firmly held its ground.
Ek Villain had an excellent 1st Monday in India at the Box Office. The film collected 8.10 crores on its 4th day. It now stands with a total collection 58.80 crores at the domestic box office. This thriller drama opened with massive numbers and kept up a good stride over its fourth day.
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