1. Jee Le zara : Talaash
02. Ishq wala love : Student of the Year
03. Dagabaaz Re : Dabangg 2
04. The Disco Song : Student of the Year
05. Hookah Bar : khiladi 786
06. Vele : Student of the Year (more…)
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The last three Shahrukh Khan starrers have all been holiday releases and have all done well but have not fetched the numbers expected for holiday releases. The territory comparisons of Ra.One, Don 2 and Jab Tak Hai Jaan are as follows. The Jab Tak Hai Jaan numbers are expected numbers.
Ra.One – 39,95,00,000 (more…)
In a span of one month, moviegoers were presented with four bigshot films, starring A-listers and backed by premiere production and distribution houses of the country. Sadly, none of them have able to garner fair amount of appreciation that is normally expected from a big film. Hence, it’s no wonder that the box office collections too aren’t very encouraging.
It all started with the great clash of Jab Tak Hai Jaan and Son Of Sardaar on Diwali Day (Nov 13). Both the film did attract sizeable number of audiences to theatres. But thanks to mixed feedback for both the films, these films fell after the 6-day festive period was over. Too much is made of the 100 crore club but it’s a good barometer for judging film’s success. And Jab Tak Hai Jaan took close to 20 days to reach there, even though it had competition from Son Of Sardaar, which indicates that something somewhere has gone wrong. Both the films fortunately were correctly priced and hence were profitable ventures.
Aamir Khan’s first film in 3 years after 3 Idiots, Talaash, was never in the league of other biggies. It wasn’t a typically massy film – it was a suspense drama and an emotional tale at its core. Moreover, it released on a regular working Friday, unlike other biggies of the year that had the advantage of holidays and extended weekends. Although collections have been to an extent satisfactory, the public response has been mixed. A section of audience has thrashed the film completely while few said that they expected more in terms of the suspense element. (more…)
After reprising his role as Chulbul Pandey in two successive films, Bollywood superstar Salman Khan is all set to become Dabangg, this time in real life. Word is in from sources in the real estate business that the actor has purchased a plot sprawling over nearly 14,000 square feet in Linking Road, Santacruz, which has an estimated value of Rs 120 crore.
Parthesh Developers inked the deal some time last month, and the plot will be registered as his property very soon. The superstar is likely to construct an office on the plot. The builder was initially tightlipped about the sale, only letting on that he had been in talks with the actor. “I am planning to sell the plot, but talks are on with many people and no money has been exchanged yet,” insisted Nirav Shah. However, real estate sources operating in Bandra and Santacruz confirmed that the builder has sold the plot to Salman Khan, who has already made some part of the payment. (more…)
Sonali Joshi Pitale (MID-DAY; December 13, 2012)
First there is the Midas touch. And then there is Salman Khan’s touch! Trust Sallu to add his own bit to the telly show Deeya Aur Baati Hum, where he was scheduled to feature. To incorporate Sonakshi Sinha’s unplanned presence on the sets of the programme, he rewrote the script himself. (more…)
Keeping his DTH dream intact, the actor seeks support from single screens
Subhash K Jha (MUMBAI MIRROR; December 13, 2012)
Actor Sadashiv Amrapurkar, who was being treated for lung infection at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital (KDAH), passed away Monday morning. READ ALSO: Lesser known facts about Sadashiv Amrapurkar He was hospitalised about two weeks ago for lung infection and is kept in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). In his long career, he has won two Filmfare awards – in 1984, he won the award for the best supporting actor for Ardh Satya and in 1991, the best villain trophy for his portrayal of a ruthless eunuch in Sadak.Read more...
Sad news! Versatile Bollywood actor Sadashiv Amrapurkar, who has been hospitalised at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital (KDAH) in Mumbai, is now on life support ventilator but his condition is stable, says his daughter Reema Amrapurkar. “He is on life support but he is stable right now and has shown signs of improvement. His body is responding well to the ventilators. He suffered from lung infection a few weeks back following which he was hospitalised at Kokilaben hospital,” Reema Amrapurkar told IANS. The 64-year-old was hospitalised two weeks ago and is currently in the Intensive Care Unit. He is known for his performances in movies like Sadak, Ardh Satya among others.Read more...
When you go for a movie, you go with the hope to get entertained, thoroughly enjoy, come out with smiling faces and Happy New Year exactly does that. It’s thoroughly entertaining, witty and totally paisa vasool movie and you will come out with smiling faces. We all know what is the story of the movie, we all know there is no secret in the movie, we also know that this is mindless entertainment and we also know that it is somewhat inspired from couple of Hollywood movies but in spite of these “we know things”, I must admit that I thoroughly enjoyed the movie with my family. We all know how good the movie “Chak De India” is and how brilliantly Srk performed but oneRead more...
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