Daily Archives: January 4, 2013

Akshay, Neeraj have ‘special’ plans for Special 26

By Joginder Tuteja, Jan 4, 2013 – 10:37 IST His last film released just 4 weeks back and his next is less than 40 days away. However, Akshay Kumar is adopting an altogether different strategy when it comes to their promotion. While for Khiladi 786 he went all around the town with his song-n-dance routine

Top First Week Multiplex Figures 2012

The approx figures from the national multiplex chains for the first week in 2012 are as follows. Ek Tha Tiger was in front by a distance..   1. Ek Tha Tiger – 53 crore (9 Days) 2. Dabangg 2 – 37.75 crore

Dabangg 2 Has 37 Crore Nett Second Week

Friday 4th January 2013 11.00 IST Boxofficeindia.Com Trade Network  Dabangg 2 collected a very good 37 crore nett in two weeks. The total for the film in two weeks is 136 crore nett week. The film had a heavy fall of around 25-30% on Thursday   The second week was the highest second week figure of 2012. The

Rapes occur in India, not Bharat: RSS supremo Bhagwat

Rapes occur in India, not Bharat: RSS supremo Bhagwat SILCHAR: RSS supremo Mohanrao Bhagwat criticized ‘western’ lifestyle of people in urban areas and said, without empirical evidence to back such a claim, that rape is prevalent mainly in cities where Indians are deeply influenced by western values and not by rural India. Various women’s NGOs

Tena Desae: TABLE NO 21 not spun around a game show

Tena Desae: TABLE NO 21 not spun around a game show There have been many instances, especially in the last couple of years, where a not so big banner and star cast project has managed to surprise at the box-office. Of late the audience has been quite receptive to some unusual projects. FULL

Table No. 21 Review By Taran Adarsh

Table No. 21 Review By Taran Adarsh Films like KAHAANI, TALAASH, also most films helmed by Abbas-Mustan had this uncharacteristic quality of keeping the spectator on tenterhooks till the last frame. A taut thriller demands that the spectator stay vigilant, is all eyes and ears as the story unfolds, becomes a participant while the mind

Salman Khan wants to work with Tabu and Naseer in Radhe

Sohail, at Salman’s insistence, has sounded out Tabu and Naseer for his remake of Murugadoss’s Stalin Could Salman’s next, Radhe, give his image the kind of makeover he so seems to desire? The Sohail Khan directorial, which is a remake of southern hit, AR Murugadoss’s Stalin (2006), will see Sallu play a good samaritan –