December clearly marks the birth of superstars. Three of India’s most loved, iconic stars were born in this month. (more…)
Bollywood star Salman Khan perform during Ahlan Bollywood concert 2012, Dubai. (SUPPLIED)
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Salman Khan had mesmerized the audience with his innocent yet intellectual iconic character called Prem. Sooraj Barjatya gave him this image and now after years, the duo will be seen together.
In the year 2012, we have seen him playing macho roles full of action when asked if he will be seen in romantic roles again like he did in ‘Hum Saath Saath Hain’, ‘Hum Aapke Hain Kaun’ etc, the actor promptly says, “Yes you will see me in Sooraj’s film.” (more…)
Friday, 14 December 2012 04:27 Salman Khan isn’t the sorts to mince matters. It’s always either black or white for him and may be that’s just why he doesn’t hesitate in speaking his heart out. As the second installment of his super successful blockbuster Dabangg comes close to its release, the notorious Khan of the film industry gets chatty about considering 100cr an achievable target, plans for the third part of Dabangg, choosing action films to stay fit and the possibility of being summoned by the court for his hit and run case on this birthday! Excerpts:
People are already touting this film to touch 300crs. Your thoughts.
People nowadays speak of 300crs as if it’s nothing. First let somebody comfortably touch 200, it’s not even easy to touch 100 crores for some. There is increase in the number of fan following, increase in theaters, increase in ticket prices so business has to happen.
One thing is for sure that in our life time itself it will be 300, 400 and 500 crores.But has touching at least a 100cr mark become a regular mundane process for you as all your films at least make that much? (more…)
There are Class Film, there are Mass Film and there are Salman Film. Ask any Exhibitor or Distributor about Salman Khanand they will say these words unanimously. He is a phenomenon and this phenomenon creates mass hysteria at the box officewhenever his film releases. The man is synonymous to box office records from Maine Pyar Kiya and Hum Aapke Hain Kaun days.With court cases and mediocre projects after year 2005 his stock at the box office was in doldrums. Then happened Wanted in 2009 and rest is history. He who started the single screen craze which was near about shut down.
Tuesday 11th December 2012 09.00 IST Boxofficeindia.Com Trade Network
Q. Looking at business of Jab Tak Hai Jaan, Talaash, Khiladi 786, etc does it not make Ra.One look very good and at time it was trashed much more than these films?
A. In hindsight, the Ra.One 115 crore number looks good but this year the growth in business has been huge, just the films have not been good enough to show the growth. Dabangg 2 should change that though
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