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Trade Gup

  • High Security

    We keep hearing about how all actors are in competition with each other, especially if they are featuring together in a film.
  • Repeat Value

    The Housefull series by Sajid Nadiadwala and Sajid Khan has entertained us since it started in 2010.
  • Shuffle 2.0

    The first month of 2018 saw a major upheaval in the release dates of some major movies, thanks to the sudden release of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmaavat during the Republic Day weekend.
  • Ranveer- Arjun Ki Entry?

    For a couple of years, we have watched Boney Kapoor try to get his No Entry sequel, No Entry Mein Entry, on floors.
  • Dabangg 3 In December 2018

    We all know that Salman Khan is busy shooting for his upcoming Eid release, Race 3. However, in just a few days, we will hear about the superstar’s next project, which will go on floors soon.
  • Hirani To Direct Varun

    Some time ago, we had reported that Rajkumar Hirani and Shah Rukh Khan would work together soon. They were to collaborate on a film after completing their current commitments.
  • Guess Who?

    In a volatile business like film-making, it often makes sense for producers to pool their respective skills and share the risks. Hence, the growing trend of co-productions.
  • Guess Who?

    One of the most important and difficult tasks for actors to achieve is to have a realistic self-appraisal of one’s market standing, and therefore, a justifiable price tag for one’s services.
  • Abhishek Pathak To Debut

    Producer Kumar Mangat’s son Abhishek Pathak has decided to add another feather to his cap.
  • Alia Too Busy For Vishesh Films

    Mahesh Bhatt and Mukesh Bhatt’s production house, Vishesh Films, is experiencing a lull after a series of flops at the box office.
  • Salute To Akshay Kumar

    So much had been said about the box-office clash that was to happen on the Republic Day weekend, between Akshay Kumar’s Pad Man and Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmaavat.
  • Guess Who?

    Veterans in the film trade often talk wistfully of a time when the biggest films with the biggest stars were made and released without a single paper ever being signed. One’s word was good enough.