Akshay’s ‘Khiladi 786′ earns Rs 21 cr in two days

Akshay Kumar’s latest film ‘Khiladi 786′ has done good
business on the opening day. The film has earned close to Rs 10 crore on its first day. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted, “#Khiladi786 Friday figures are a little over 10 cr nett in India.” However Adarsh said this is not the final figures.

He tweets about the film’s second day business as well, “INDIA: # Khiladi786 Sat 11 cr.”
Another trade analyst Komal Nahta tweeted about the box office collection of the film on the first day, “K786; day 1 – Rs. 9.75 crore.”
Directed by Ashish R Mohan, the film also stars Asin, Mithun and Himesh Reshammiya in prominent roles.

This year has been lucky for Akshay Kumar as he has given three commercially successful films so far in the form of ‘Housefull 2′, ‘Rowdy Rathore’ and ‘Oh My God’. He must be looking forward to his fourth Hit this year.


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TV rules but digital is growing: CN Study
Indiantelevision.com Team
(5 December 2012 9:10 pm)
MUMBAI: New media is increasingly gaining traction among Indian kids. The adoption of digital media among urban Indian kids is at an all time high with 73 per cent of them using mobile phone and 27 per cent internet, according to a survey by Cartoon Network.

The increasing usage of mobile phones and internet notwithstanding, television continues to be the preferred medium of kids followed by DVD/VCD. Newspaper and storybooks also form an important part of kids’ media consumption.

Cartoons rule in kids Television

Cartoons remain the preference of kids across age groups with 63 per cent boys and girls tuning in. However, cartoons had a bigger following among 7-10 age groups with 75 per cent of them preferring cartoon programmes as compared to 53 per cent in the 11-14 age groups. More kids in the 11-14 age group preferred comedy shows as opposed to those in the 7-10 category. Continue reading

Khiladi 786 Has Growth On Saturday

Khiladi 786 managed to grow around 10% on Saturday as compared to Friday. The collections on Saturday will be in the 9.25-9.50 crore nett range adding to the 8.50 crore nett on Friday giving it a two day total of 17 crore nett approx.

The growth is mainly due to the fact that collections in Delhi/UP, East Punjab, West Bengal and Mysore were very low on Friday and all these circuits have added in the 10-30% range on Saturday. The central belt of CPCI Rajasthan along with Bihar is seeing the best business and collections held well in these areas on Saturday.

Although the film has managed growth on Saturday it is still a limited upturn especially considering low collections on day one and even a 30 crore nett weekend does not look forthcoming unless Sunday somehow manages phenomenal growth.

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