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Top Ten All Time Worldwide Grossers
Friday 12th April 2013 09.00 IST
Boxofficeindia.Com Trade Network
The top ten films in terms of Worldwide GROSS are as follows. This year Race 2 is highest with a gross of 160 crore.
1. Three Idiots (2009) – 385 crore
2. Ek Tha Tiger (2012) – 310 crore
Tuesday 12th March 2012 09.00 IST
Boxofficeindia.Com Trade Network
Q. What is the final business of Dabanng 2 in India.
A. 150 crore approx.
Q. Stars like Aamir Khan and Shahrukh Khan have quit Twitter, will this not affect there following as they become inaccessible?
A. Huge stars like Aamir and Shahrukh Khan should not be on social networking sites in the first place. Inaccessibility does not hurt stardom, for such big stars its better to remain inaccessible.
It was one and a half year ago that i have watched only one Hollywood movie.TITANIC which i watched only for some obvious reasons like kissing scenes and all.and i was a totally bollywood fan thinking that there is not any good movie outside of bollywood.and the reason for not watching hollywood movies was language.but suddenly after recommendations of NG members like suprabh and Ihab and jesus and roy and alot more.that i have decided to watch Hollywood movies.and from that time i watched thousends of hollywood movies if not lakhs.five movies a day is like normal thing for me.and then i came to realise that Bollywood needs a jump of 1000 years to make movies like Hollywood.and there is some hollywood movies that touched my heart.
Cast Away (2000).it was amazing movie that made me cry alot for unknown reasons.it teachs me that a human can do anything to survive in any situation.Tom Hanks is one of my favorate actors.and he nailed this role of Chuck Noland.and director Robert Zemeckis done a great job.9/10
Blood Diamond (2006) Leonardo DiCaprio is my most favorate hollywood actor followed by Bradd pitt.and this is his best work according to me.what a story this movie has.a tight script.and emotional journey of a father searching for his son is told gratefully.and it made me cry aloooooooot.and it was very entertaining also. 10/10
Buried (2010).and this is one of that rare movies where you will see only one man in it.there is no one else in the movie without its leading actor Ryan Reynolds.the story is about a a U.S. truck driver working in Iraq.who finds himself buried alive inside a coffin.and how he survive from that.and the climax will shock you.and that climax will be in your mind after movie ends for very long time.9/10
Shahid signs Rajkumar Santoshi’s next By Bollywood Hungama News Network ,Aug 1, 2012 – 04:18 hrs IST #
Post the debacle of his last film Teri Meri Kahaani, Shahid Kapoor has been lying low. However, he has now signed a …
This Sunday morning I received a call from a friend who alerted me to the tenth episode of Aamir Khan-anchored Satyamev Jayate since the focus was on caste and untouchability. I mumbled something about his spoiling my Sunday, but tuned in nevertheless. It began with Kaushal Panwar narrating her harrowing tale for about twenty minutes: from her childhood where she was forced to join her mother in cleaning shit to her pursuit of a PhD in Sanskrit. I was glad that the audience heard her say that the discrimination she had experienced in her school in a Haryana village was no different from what she faced in the enlightened campus of Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi—where she continues to be denied a rightful job.
Following Kaushal, we were allowed a glimpse into the life of Balwant Singh, author of the tract An Untouchable in the IAS. I noticed a shot of him looking up to a larger-than-life portrait of Dr B.R. Ambedkar in his Saharanhpur house, and realized that so far—30 minutes into the show—there had been no verbal mention of Ambedkar. Balwant Singh, among the first dalits to enter a career in civil service in post-independence India, had said in his interview that he was perhaps the first and only IAS officer ever to be demoted to the rank of tehsildar. That had been edited out. I intuitively felt the show was going to scrupulously avoid any mention of two key ideas—Reservation and Ambedkar. I was hoping to be proved wrong. I wasn’t.
How did Kaushal Panwar do her BA, MA and PhD and land a job with Delhi University? What is it that facilitates access to hitherto-excluded spaces for dalits? What is the one policy that enables dalits to stop cleaning shit and reclaim their humanity? The one weapon that helps them get an education? Get a job? Reservation. And who made this policy possible? Ambedkar. But Aamir Khan wouldn’t mention the R and A words even once for fear of alienating his middle class audience, which as a friend perceptively said, is fed “bourgeois moralism of the most pathological sort,” on a programme where “the only solution turns out to be nothing more than emotional catharsis”.
Not surprisingly, Khan would also not mention the fact that an atrocity is committed on a dalit every 18 minutes according to the National Crime Records Bureau. The penchant Khan and his research team showed for various laws and statistics in the first two episodes of SJ that I had seen—on prenatal sex determination and domestic violence—was nowhere on display here. Hence no mention of the Prevention of Atrocities Act of 1989 and its dismal failure to curb violence against dalits. No discussion of a case like Khairlanji, where, in 2006, the mother and daughter, Surekha Bhotmange and Priyanka Bhotmange, had not just been raped repeatedly but tortured in ghastly ways (stripped, paraded naked, with fact-finding reports saying bullock cart pokers were thrust into their vaginas, and that Priyanka was raped even after her death). An interview with Bhaiyalal Bhotmange, the sole survivor of the Khairlanji carnage, may have not fit into the preordained script.
its not a post that i should be juged upon.its just like chicking that how my post wil look like.
my top ten reality shows are .(its my personal choice.you can add yours also)
10.SPLITS VILLA and roadies…. splits villa is a very nice reality show.where you can see alot of the hot girls.its on the same line of roadeis.but its more stylish and more appealing to the youth of india.
9.JHALAK DIKHLAJA.its the indian version of the international show.dancing with the stars.and its a good and entertaining show.where you can see your favorate tv stars dancing.and the season5 is on air now.this time sanath jaisourya makes it a more intresting.though my favorate cotestents is archana vijaya and isha sharwani for obvius reasons.
8.SAREGAMAPA.it is the oldest reality show of india.its singing show where alot of talents are recognised like shekhar of vishal shekhar and more recently kamal khan.(ishq sufiana fame)it could have been in top 3.but the show is losing its craft sice 2 seasons.becouse of lackness of good juges and mentors.still its a good show