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Double Promotion

Of the 10 releases in January, which one flexed the best marketing muscle?

Beginners’ Luck

As we brace ourselves for the year ahead, there is a volley of first-time filmmakers waiting to showcase their films

Hit Parade

The industry is looking forward to a crackling first quarter in 2014

First Flush

As they bask in the afterglow of their first films, debutant directors of 2013 tell us how life has changed for them Life after one’s first release makes the film industry a friendlier place, say debutant directors. In 2013, we

Multiple Choice

The fast-growing exhibition space bolstered box office collections in 2013. What do exhibitors have in store for 2014?

Counting On Content

Content-driven films were the darlings of the year. Noted directors pick their top three films and tell you what made them special

Many Happy Returns

Distributors do the math to name the most profitable films of 2013 according to them

Win-Win-Win

Producers speak about the top three films that scored well at the box office across the country in 2013

Running Proud

With only a month to go before we ring down the curtain on the year 2013, we’re pulling out the report cards. Starting this week, we will analyse business in several domains in the film industry and assess how they

Selling Point

Film marketing today is driven more by competition than logic. Is there a way to scale down but still be effective?

Deal Breaker

Despite the fickle nature of the film business, an exit clause in satellite deals may be too radical. Or is it?

Holiday Hoax

‘Festival releases’ may enjoy an edge at the ticket counter but quality content remains the key differentiator

Home Invasion

As the film audience benefits from a growing number of movie-viewing platforms, satellite TV and DTH lock horns over the revenue pie

Mixed Bag

A report card on the business of cinema in 2013. Did the box office live up to expectations?

Mart Talk

Seventh edition of the NFDC’s Film Bazaar

Private Aye?

Is this the right time to revive the detective genre and will it find takers on the big screen

Sweet 16

The Hindi film industry gears up to welcome a host of new talent

Let’s Get Fiscal

The depreciation in the Indian currency is forcing the film industry to tighten budgets. Who will be hardest hit?

It Doesn’t Ad Up

The new cap on television advertising is set to change the dynamics of film marketing

Peek Performance

This week, we asses three films – Madras Café (trailer launched July 11), Besharam (July 30) and Krrish 3 (August 5) – on the basis of their trailers

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Collection Chart
As on 02th December, 2017
FilmsWeekWeeklyTotal
Julie 2102.10CR02.10CR
Kadvi Hawa122.37LK22.37LK
Ajji112.08LK12.08LK
The Forest102.65LK02.65LK
Woh Bangaya Killer110.00K10.00K
An Insignificant Man112.70LK12.70LK
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