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Trade Trac – 22nd October

This week marked the release of two films Be-Careful and animated film Jumbo 2. None of them was successful to get please the audience. Next week marks the release of the most awaited Shah Rukh Khan starrer RA.One. With expectations

Trade Trac – 15th October

Five films released this week – Prashant Chadha’s Aazaan, Nupur Asthana’s Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge, Raaghav Dar’s My Friend Pinto, Nagesh Kukunoor’s Mod and Praveen Kumar’s Jo Dooba So Paar It’s Love In Bihar!. All the releases failed to impress the

Trade Trac – 8th October

This week marked the release of three films namely Rascals, Soundtrack and Love Breakups Zindagi. Rascals saw a sharp drop in collections on Friday. But tradewallahs believe the numbers for the David Dhawan venture will pick up at the weekend. Rascals shows

Trade Trac – 1st October

Five films released this week – Nishikanth Kamat’s Force, Sagar Ballary’s Hum Tum Shabana (HTS), Tigmanshu Dhulia’s Sahib Biwi Aur Gangster (SBAG), Deepa Sahi’s Tere Mere Phere (TMP) and Dev Anand’s Chargesheet. This time most of the films show a

Trade Trac – 24th September

This week marked the release of three films. Pankaj Kapur’s Mausam starring Sonam Kapoor and Shahid Kapoor, which was to release last week; Ajay Virmani’s Speedy Singhs, introducing Vinay Virmani; and Aron Govil’s U R My Jaan.Mausam Shows a upward

Trade Trac – 10th September

With the start of a new month, we have a new film  Ek Tha Tiger entering our trade trac table.Ek Tha Tiger toplines Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif and the tradewallas have high expectations from this film. Apart from the

Trade Trac – 3rd September

Last week marked the release of small budget films, which failed to the box office, thus leaving a wide scope for Bodyguard at the box office. This month, Bodyguard shows a upward trend. Along with it there are films like

Trade Trac – August 27th

This is the last week of August and in the previous week small budget films released. Now, Bodyguard is one big film which is the most awaited. Thus there is a upward trend in Bodyguard. Apart from Bodyguard, Soundtrack, RA.One

Trade Trac- 20th August

The Month of August has begun with a big release Aarakshan. Aarakhan din’t do well at the box office. This week there were films that released. Sahi Dhande Galat Bande, Chatur Singh Two Star and Not A Love Story. All

Trade Trac- 13th August

June and July have been fabulous for the Indian film industry, with most releases being welcomed heartily by the audience. August has Aaraskhan as a big release followed by Bodyguard. Aarakshan that had estimated 30 cr has now gone down

Trade Trac – 6th August

After,the successfull big films, and the super success of Singham. Finally three small budget films released last week. Khap, Bubble Gum and From Gandhi to Hitler were ther three films.

Movie marketing strategy lessons to be learnt

Red-hot films, bumper openings and a whirlwind promotional tour… exciting times await the trade (This column has been faithfully tracking films in the news, good and bad. However, we’ve been receiving torrential feedback and suggestions to also track films that

No Second Chances!!

This week, the hot topic in the trade has been: Why wasn’t ZNMD promoted in a big way?

Ticket counters are rejoicing!

Last week’s release, Delhi Belly, took a fantastic opening, and did good business.

It’s only getting bigger

Ready and now Double Dhamaal, ticket counter rejoicing This column has been faithfully tracking films in the news, whether good or bad. However, we’ve been receiving torrential feedback and suggestions to also track films that could potentially set the box

Biggies Start To Roll

Enter the mega-stars and the head-butting begins This column has been faithfully tracking films in the news, for better or worse. However, we’ve been receiving a barrage of feedback that suggests we also track films that could potentially set the

Double The Fun

As comedy takes centrestage, Big B gets set to recreate history Riding on some rib-tickling humour, Indra Kumar’s Double Dhamaal makes an entry to this column. Expected to release next Friday, the film is carrying an excellent report at a

Ready Steady!

A surprise windfall and great expectations.  The mood is definitely upbeat. As they say, everything changes on Friday. And nothing illustrates this better than Salman Khan’s Ready. The film’s opening and weekend box-office performances panned out just as predicted. What


Expect a super action-packed season as the big guns get ready to fire Star power!!! Once again, Salman Khan proves he’s the Man with the Midas touch. Though low on content, Ready, as expected by tradewallahs, has taken a humungous

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As on 11th November, 2017
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