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Let’s Dance!

ABCD 2 wins hands-down as the best-promoted film in June

Future Perfect

After a near-drought in the first half of 2015, the second half might just have‘blockbuster’ written all over it

Forward March

In an industry that has traditionally been male dominated, women are finally breaking the glass ceiling.

Encore!

Sequels are definitely the flavour of the times but making a successful sequel is tricky business. Which recent film deserves another instalment?

The ‘In’ Thing

In-film branding is one of those symbiotic relationships that hugely benefits both advertisers as well as films. How does this win-win really work?

Going West

Does the Hollywood tag impact the perception of our actors – or the business of their films – back home? If Hindi movies are our actors’ bread and butter, landing a role in a Hollywood production is the icing on

Juggling Act

Film professionals are increasingly playing multiple roles as they switch between acting, direction and production. Does this have any bearing on the projects they are associated with?

Taking Guard

How will the upcoming World Cup and IPL tournaments impact the business of cinema?

Star Shine

A handful of A-listers will be taking a sabbatical from the big screen in 2015 but will their absence impact business at the box office?

Top This!

With only a couple of days to go before 2014 comes to a close, we continue to analyse the business of films at the box office this year

Calling The Shots

Amid the virtual craze to take the directorial plunge, the question is: are some film professionals more suited to directing than others?

Second Wind

Attempting remakes is all the rage but turning old classics into money spinners is much trickier than it seems

Turning Videshi Into Desi

Adapting from a book seems to be passé, the latest trend is to adapt from a foreign film instead

Second Wind

  With Salman Khan-starrer Kick launching the second half of the year, thetrade is looking forward to a windfall Eid is almost upon us, the harbinger of the festive season. And kick-starting this period is the Salman Khan-Jacqueline Fernandez starrer

Ek Success Story

Ek Villain, raced past its competitors as the best-promoted film in June

Selling Point

UTV Motion Pictures’ and Nadiadwala Grandsons’s Heropanti featuring newcomers was a worthy winner for best-promoted film in the month of May, as it grabbed the hearts of the youth and more The roster of films in the month of May

Double Promotion

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

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Qarib Qarib Singlle111.20CR11.20CR
Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana16.14CR6.14CR
The House Next Door192.43LK92.43LK
Mera Bura Saaya108.2K08.2K
Safe101.01K01.01K
Maheruh112K12K
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