8th anniversary

Anna Karenina to release in India

  After being adapted in many languages on the big as well as small screen, Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina will finally release in India too. The movie is based on the novel and memoir by Vikenty Veresaev, called In The

AB Jr For Special Cameo

Abhishek Bachchan might have had a 100-crore hit last year with Housefull 3 but he is being very careful while choosing his projects. Interestingly, we hear that one of his upcoming ventures will be the KriArj and T-Series collaboration, Batti

Musical Chairs: Republic Day Weekend

Since the last couple of years, the Republic Day holiday has proved quite lucky for the Hindi film industry. All the big stars are now virtually clambering over each other to release their films on January 26, especially in 2018,

Dabangg 3 In Between

In the world of Bollywood, the festival of Eid has become synonymous with a Salman Khan release. After Bajrangi Bhaijaan in 2015, Sultan in 2016 and Tubelight in 2017, we already know that Khan has blocked the next two Eids

Slow But Not Steady

Call it the price of success but to stay on top, an actor has to deliver hit movies at a pretty fast clip. That’s the one thing that’s not been going her way. If you haven’t guessed already, we’re talking

Amrita Pandey to lead Disney’s distribution sector

Amrita Pandey has been appointed as the Regional Head – Media Distribution & OTT, of The Walt Disney Company South Asia today. The organisation made the announcement which will see Pandey handling the management of the South East Asian (SEA)

Sairat Remake From Dec 1

Ever since Marathi film Sairat created history at the ticket counter and Karan Johar bought the remake rights to produce it in Hindi, this has been one of the most eagerly awaited movies of next year. Sone pe suhaga, Johar

Paramount To Distribute Padmavati

Paramount Pictures has come on board to exclusively distribute Padmavati in international markets. Directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, the film features Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone in lead roles. The movie is slated to release worldwide on December 1, 2017. On

Aditya Kripalani’s Tikli And Laxmi Bomb In Film Festivals

Author-turned-director Aditya Kripalani’s latest outing Tikli And Laxmi Bomb is doing the festival rounds currently. Kripalani not only wrote the book with the same title but also penned other books like Backseat and Frontseat. Now, the movie Tikli And Laxmi

From Jurassic Parks To Jungles

  The Hollywood evolution in India For as long as I can recall, there is one single question we ask ourselves – what pulls audiences to the theatres? The one undeniable truth is that the Indian audience has loved its

All The World’s Our Stage

Mega power star of Telugu cinema, Ram Charan, in an exclusive chat with Box Office India, discusses the changes and the milestones in the Telugu film industry You come with a huge legacy in the Telugu film industry and have

Back To The Future

Kamal Haasan discusses the vision that is needed to restore Chennai to its position of a national film hub   The most unique aspect of the film industry in Chennai, which used to be called Madras, is that it was

Marathi Cinema: The Beginning, The Fall And The Rise

It was the maverick director – writer Dhundiraj Govind Phalke aka Dadasaheb Phalke – who laid the foundation of Indian cinema, with his silent Marathi film Raja Harishchandra in 1913. However, despite being the pioneer of Indian cinema, the Marathi

‘I keep trying to woo a new audience, that’s what motivates me’

Prosenjit Chatterjee, superstar of the Bengali film industry, on the strengths and weaknesses of Bengali cinema, its evolution in recent years and his connection to Satyajit Ray ON THE MAJOR CHANGES IN THE BENGALI FILM INDUSTRY That’s quite a long

Unity Is The Solution

  When we think of the Bhojpuri film industry, we think of its songs, language and over-dramatised storylines. What we tend to forget is its stupendous reach. Ravi Kishan, one of the most celebrated artistes of Bhojpuri cinema, laments the

“We are in dire need of fresh talent”

Pollywood or Punjabi cinema had a rather humble beginning in Lahore, in 1928, with the silent film Daughter Of Today. Humble or not, it has been an intrinsic part of Indian cinema ever since. And though it is still considered

New Frontiers

  Jr NTR talks about how Telugu cinema is making its mark, not just in India but across the globe What are the changes you have seen the industry go through over the years?   I came into the industry

‘Stay current, stay innovative and have fun’

As Krishna Bhatt gets set to turn director with a web series, father Vikram Bhatt speaks from the heart Dearest Krishna, In a week you are going to be directing your first ever story in the form of a web

The Number Game

The numbers a film racks up can make or break its prospects. Let’s leave this job to those who are qualified to report them – film distributors The authenticity of the distribution business which was prevalent years ago is missing

Survival Game

How streaming portals like Netflix and Amazon Prime are going to impact the cinema business Technology has taken the world through various channels of advancement. And through the incorporation of IOT or big data, we have seen a sea change

1 of 41234
Collection Chart
As on 16th December, 2017
Fukrey Returns146.93CR46.93CR
Sallu Ki Shaadi102.22LK02.22LK
Galti Sirf Tumhari12.29LK2.29LK
Game Over102.97LK02.97LK
Pyar Se Bolo Devaa110.00K10.00K

Featured Video

Most Viewed Articles


Last 7 Days

Last 30 Days


Box Office India's Twitter avatar
Box Office India

#Disney’s mega-acquisition of #20thcenturyfox will have huge implicationst.co/XyPCOr0iUc

Box Office India's Twitter avatar
Box Office India

#ArjunKapoor & #ParineetiChopra starrer #VipulShah's #NamasteyCanada gets back its original title #NamasteyEngland. t.co/mgVwGTBAp9



This Week’s Issue

Trade Gup

  • What is Rajkumar Hirani’s next sequel?
  • Vishal Bhardwaj to have three releases in 2018
  • Phantom to clash with Reliance Phantom
  • Zee to acquire UTV Movies
  • Akshay Kumar, Arshad Warsi in Jolly LLB 3

In Conversation

  • A M Turaz weaves poetry into his lyrics for Padmavati
  • Laxmi Raai makes her Bollywood debut with her 50th film, Julie2
  • SVF’s Mahendra Soni breaks a record for Amazon Obhijaan
  • Milind Rao on The House Next Door and his love for horror
  • Guru Randhawa hits a high note with Ban ja tu meri rani
  • Freewheeling with Sidharth Malhotra after Ittefaq

Straight News

  • Bhutiani is jury member at Munich fest
  • Prashantt Guptha to reprise Rafi classic
  • Fox, Abundantia to make P Gopichand biopic
  • Karan Johar’s short film to roll soon


  • When editing, I never direct, says Chandan Arora
  • For Eeshit Narain, it all started over a cup of tea…
  • I love the modern version of my script: Kamna Chandra
  • It was very personal for me, admits Ghazal Dhaliwal