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Footfall Lessons

All of us at Box Office India would like to thank you for your very warm and generous response to our data-heavy year-opener issue of last week.

Goodbye 2011, Hello 2012

So parties attended, greetings smsed-tweeted-facebooked, hangovers nursed… now it’s time to get back to the business of making movies that will hopefully make some money!

7-Eleven

So here we are, at the very end of 2011, and what a year it has been!

Twinkle Twinkle Big Star… But Thoda Attention To The Script Also Yaar!

Don 2 released to a bumper opening yesterday, albeit with mixed feedback on the content itself.

The Wall And The Kisser

I really enjoyed reading two pieces in the last couple of days. One was Rahul Dravid’s captivating speech at the prestigious Bradman oration in Canberra.

We Will Not Say Goodbye

How does one pay tribute to a filmstar; nay, a legend; nay, a life-affirming constant in a fickle industry where fortunes are made or lost in a three hour show?

Take A Bow, Ms Balan!

    The Dirty Picture released yesterday, in the wake of much anticipation and buzz. You can check out our review of the film in the ‘Gold Review’ pages that follow and track its commercial fate in our Collections pages

Lights, Laughter… Action!

  Nothing succeeds like success…and nowhere is this truer than in the film industry! After 3 Golmaals, All The Best and Singham, I am often asked what is the secret to success. I wish I knew! What I do know

‘Leading’ Men

We all know that filmmaking is a team effort and as the cliché goes, even a spot boy can make or mar a film. True. However, what is also true is that in almost all cases, it is the star

No Kidding

On Monday, November 14, India will celebrate Children’s Day like it does every year. With my kids having the day off, the battle lines have been drawn at home over which film they should watch – my daughter insisting on

As The Crore Flies

  3 Idiots, Bodyguard, Dabanng, Ready, Ghajini, Golmaal 3, Singham…and now RA.One joins the elite club of films that have crossed the Rs 100-crore mark in Nett Domestic Box Office Collections (NBOC). The fact that the oldest of the films

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Collection Chart
As on 15th July, 2017
FilmsWeekWeeklyTotal
MOM*1
20.71Cr
20.71Cr
Guest Iin London
1
6.56Cr
6.56Cr
Sai V/S I1
36K
36K
The Slum Star
1
7.93L
7.93L
Spider-Man: Homecoming**139.20Cr39.20Cr
Ek Haseena Thi Ek Deewana Tha224K96.24L
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