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5 minutes ago, Gavin Feng said:

Any that may not make huge but could get great WOM or special type/style

Nothing really. 2nd half is dull af.

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Dont see any potential 300c nett films this year..only brahmastra has a chance and im not convinced that any bollywood director apart from SLB can handle such a big project...

If Sahoo is good..i see it doing 150-200c in hindi.

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59 minutes ago, CoolK said:

Dont see any potential 300c nett films this year..only brahmastra has a chance and im not convinced that any bollywood director apart from SLB can handle such a big project...

If Sahoo is good..i see it doing 150-200c in hindi.

yeah .... if sahoo is good .. 150 cr to 200 cr nett is possible in hindi ...

 

& in bollywood no significant big project this year except brahmastra 

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38 minutes ago, Sunny Max said:

yeah .... if sahoo is good .. 150 cr to 200 cr nett is possible in hindi ...

 

& in bollywood no significant big project this year except brahmastra 

Brahmastra has been postponed to 2020 for months now.

 

They ran away from Dabangg 3, more like ran away from Salman, like everyone does.

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5 minutes ago, THUNDER BIRD said:

Brahmastra has been postponed to 2020 for months now.

 

They ran away from Dabangg 3, more like ran away from Salman, like everyone does.

Ohhhh ... yeah Sorry ... so only biggie left this year is Dabangg 3 ... 

 

even Dabangg 3 is not 300 cr material ... 

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3 hours ago, Sunny Max said:

Ohhhh ... yeah Sorry ... so only biggie left this year is Dabangg 3 ... 

 

even Dabangg 3 is not 300 cr material ... 

D3 is directed by prabhu deva...his rcent directorials have been toxic

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1 hour ago, CoolK said:

D3 is directed by prabhu deva...his rcent directorials have been toxic

Yeah, but it stars Salman Khan, it's the name against which there's only one result possible..... No matter how big an actor, director or producer you are, you will run away, even if his movie flops, you'll still run away and even if his movie is biggest piece of shit of the year, you'll still run away.

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4 hours ago, CoolK said:

D3 is directed by prabhu deva...his rcent directorials have been toxic

that doesn't matter with salman khan .. + Dabangg franchise ... (one of the most popular in masses)

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3 hours ago, THUNDER BIRD said:

Yeah, but it stars Salman Khan, it's the name against which there's only one result possible..... No matter how big an actor, director or producer you are, you will run away, even if his movie flops, you'll still run away and even if his movie is biggest piece of shit of the year, you'll still run away.

yeah ..even with shit film .. D3 will definitely earn some good money at the box office ... Xmas + mass film + Dabangg franchise  

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You still don't learn?

I know Dabangg is brand, blah blah blah. But.

Dabangg 2 had just 2cr admissions. We just saw how bad films are faring. None of Race 3, Thug or Bharat crossed 1.5cr footfalls. If Dabangg 3 is shit, it will barely do 1.5cr footfalls or less.

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2 hours ago, Charlie Jatinder said:

You still don't learn?

I know Dabangg is brand, blah blah blah. But.

Dabangg 2 had just 2cr admissions. We just saw how bad films are faring. None of Race 3, Thug or Bharat crossed 1.5cr footfalls. If Dabangg 3 is shit, it will barely do 1.5cr footfalls or less.

Remember what happened to Simmba, TD.

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3 hours ago, Charlie Jatinder said:

Both had favourable word of mouth. 

Yeah, that's the point, movie being shitty didn't matter, WOM matter.

 

Otherwise Simmba or TD wouldn't have done what they did or Baaghi 2 or Judwaa 2 or many other shitfests.

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Excellent support cast. I won't be surprised with Hindi version doing ₹100cr now. Just need good dialogues now.

 

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8 hours ago, Charlie Jatinder said:

Excellent support cast. I won't be surprised with Hindi version doing ₹100cr now. Just need good dialogues now.

 

Kinda makes it tempting to go see the hindi version with such names attached (including Srk of course), but I am not sure if I will see even the English version let alone this one. So probably gonna wait for it to come out on streaming and then watch the hindi version with family, none of whom have seen this movie. 

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@Charlie Jatinder @ZeeSoh Just Curious, The Avatar in India made around 1100M Rs. according to Fox.

 

Due to dropping Footfalls, The ticket prices in 2009 in India were lowered. 


According to Vishal Kapur, COO, Fun Multiplex, "We have rolled back our ticket prices by 12-18 per cent in select cities like Ahmedabad, Lucknow and Gwalior to bring in more people. After the reduction, our ticket prices are between Rs 95 and Rs 115, depending on the day of the week."A spokesperson of Big Cinemas said, "We have decreased ticket prices 30-40 per cent in Delhi NCR and Maharashtra order to boost occupancy. After the drop in prices, our tickets are priced between Rs 60 and Rs 300. Our premium lounges, however, are still priced at Rs 700."

 

But... Yes here comes the But, Avatar prices were double of normal Hindi movies-- Source for Double price of Avatar: Success for Avatar did not come easy, though. The team at Fox Star Studio, which marketed and distributed the film in India, began its spadework 10 months ahead of its release: There were only 12 digital (3D-capables) screens in India when Ice Age was released around seven months ago, but by the time Avatar was launched, the distributors had convinced others to invest in such screens. Over 60 digital screens showed the film. The dual price strategy helped as well—the ticket prices were higher on weekends and for 3D, going up to Rs 300, whereas they were lower for a normal version in tier-II towns and smaller screens.

 

 

So, Exactly what ATP for Avatar should be taken? 100 is too low. 300 is high. 200 Rs.? 150 Rs?

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On 6/21/2019 at 9:20 PM, anti-Pedantic said:

@Charlie Jatinder @ZeeSoh Just Curious, The Avatar in India made around 1100M Rs. according to Fox.

 

Due to dropping Footfalls, The ticket prices in 2009 in India were lowered. 


According to Vishal Kapur, COO, Fun Multiplex, "We have rolled back our ticket prices by 12-18 per cent in select cities like Ahmedabad, Lucknow and Gwalior to bring in more people. After the reduction, our ticket prices are between Rs 95 and Rs 115, depending on the day of the week."A spokesperson of Big Cinemas said, "We have decreased ticket prices 30-40 per cent in Delhi NCR and Maharashtra order to boost occupancy. After the drop in prices, our tickets are priced between Rs 60 and Rs 300. Our premium lounges, however, are still priced at Rs 700."

 

But... Yes here comes the But, Avatar prices were double of normal Hindi movies-- Source for Double price of Avatar: Success for Avatar did not come easy, though. The team at Fox Star Studio, which marketed and distributed the film in India, began its spadework 10 months ahead of its release: There were only 12 digital (3D-capables) screens in India when Ice Age was released around seven months ago, but by the time Avatar was launched, the distributors had convinced others to invest in such screens. Over 60 digital screens showed the film. The dual price strategy helped as well—the ticket prices were higher on weekends and for 3D, going up to Rs 300, whereas they were lower for a normal version in tier-II towns and smaller screens.

 

 

So, Exactly what ATP for Avatar should be taken? 100 is too low. 300 is high. 200 Rs.? 150 Rs?

₹80 was normal ATP back then for Bollywood. Avatar would be ₹120-150.

 

It grossed ₹7cr in one theatre which had ₹300 ticket.

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9 hours ago, Charlie Jatinder said:

It grossed ₹7cr in one theatre which had ₹300 ticket.

Prasads Multiplex HYD ....

 

Gross 7.5 Cr 

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