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1 hour ago, grim22 said:

It's hard to explain just how big Baby's Day Out and Stuart Little were in India. They were everywhere and everyone went to watch them.

 

Another similar example is probably Dunston Checks In. My parents actually took me to the theater for Dunston Checks In and Baby's Day Out. That alone should show how big they were.

We were shown the three films I mentioned in School movie day along with Spider-Man 2 and Tarzan.

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The Stuart Little movies were huge back in the day. 

 

I re-watched both movies recently AND I liked the sequel more than the first one. Both Are under Appreciated IMO. They Were the Paddington movies before the Paddington movies happened.

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Free time, so thinking to do some random posts.

 

India weekend record-breakers (in recent to oldest order). In India, trade uses first 3 days for weekend comparison for mid-week releases.

 

Date Title Gross (in crores) Screens Average % Growth
27 Apr 2017 Baahubali: The Conclusion ₹356.17 6,800 ₹523,779 141.98%
8 Jul 2016 Sultan (FSS) ₹147.19 4,359 ₹337,669 1.50%
6 Jul 2016 Sultan ₹145.01 4,350 ₹333,356 5.87%
17 Jul 2015 Bajrangi Bhaijaan ₹136.97 4,100 ₹334,073 1.24%
20 Dec 2013 Dhoom 3 ₹135.29 3,900 ₹346,897 7.47%
8 Aug 2013 Chennai Express ₹125.89 3,600 ₹349,694 52.56%
31 May 2013 Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani ₹82.52 2,900 ₹284,552 5.69%
21 Dec 2012 Dabangg 2 ₹78.08 3,450 ₹226,319 4.59%
15 Aug 2012 Ek Tha Tiger ₹74.65 3,300 ₹226,212 0.89%
26 Oct 2011 Ra.One ₹73.99 3,100 ₹238,677 0.65%
31 Aug 2011 Bodyguard ₹73.51 2,750 ₹267,309 10.64%
10 Sep 2010 Dabangg ₹66.44 1,900 ₹349,684 19.97%
24 Dec 2008 3 Idiots ₹55.38 1,760 ₹314,659 31.86%
24 Dec 2008 Ghajini ₹42.00 1,550 ₹270,968 19.15%
8 Aug 2008 Singh is Kinng ₹35.25 1,400 ₹251,786 17.50%
9 Nov 2007 Om Shanti Om ₹30.00 1,100 ₹272,727 20.00%
24 Nov 2006 Dhoom 2 ₹25.00 1,000 ₹250,000 2.04%
23 Jun 2006 Krrish ₹24.50 950 ₹257,895 48.48%
26 May 2006 Fanaa ₹16.50 650 ₹253,846 13.79%
12 Nov 2004 Veer Zaara ₹14.50 600 ₹241,667 20.83%
30 Apr 2004 Main Hoon Naa ₹12.00 550 ₹218,182 1.69%
14 Dec 2001 Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham ₹11.80 500 ₹236,000 37.21%
26 Dec 2001 Indian ₹8.60 375 ₹229,333 5.52%
22 Jun 2001 Gadar (2nd weekend) ₹8.20 375 ₹218,667 6.49%
20 Oct 2000 Mission Kashmir ₹8.15 400 ₹203,750 5.84%
30 Jun 2000 Refugee ₹7.70 325 ₹236,923 7.69%
23 Jul 1999 Hindustan Ki Kasam ₹7.15 335 ₹213,433 19.17%
28 May 1999 Biwi No. 1 ₹6.00 285 ₹210,526 9.09%
13 Jun 1997 Border ₹5.50 290 ₹189,655 1.85%
18 Apr 1997 Koyla ₹5.40 275 ₹196,364 5.88%
22 Dec 1995 Trimurti ₹5.10 310 ₹164,516 36.00%
13 Jan 1995 Karan Arjun ₹3.75 250 ₹150,000 8.70%
6 Aug 1993 Khalnayak ₹3.45 200 ₹172,500 35.00%

 

 

 

 

 

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Gulabo Sitabo: Prime Video

Laxmi Bomb: Disney+

Gunjan Saxena: Netflix

 

 

And couple of small film 

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17 minutes ago, charlie Jatinder said:

Gulabo Sitabo: Prime Video

Laxmi Bomb: Disney+

Gunjan Saxena: Netflix

 

 

And couple of small film 

With rumors of Takht getting shelved indefinitely, this will end up being a bad year for Janhvi. Gunjan Saxena and Rooh Afzana were both supposed to be big movies to showcase her and both are going straight to digital, and Takht was going to be a good supporting role for her.

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On 5/10/2020 at 8:38 AM, grim22 said:

With rumors of Takht getting shelved indefinitely, this will end up being a bad year for Janhvi. Gunjan Saxena and Rooh Afzana were both supposed to be big movies to showcase her and both are going straight to digital, and Takht was going to be a good supporting role for her.

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On 5/10/2020 at 6:08 AM, grim22 said:

With rumors of Takht getting shelved indefinitely

Not shelved. All pre-production completed. Film will start shooting whenever restrictions lifted.

 

we could start having indoor shooting in some weeks.

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Amazon Prime India has acquired 7 Indian films for direct-to-digital premiere.
1. Gulabo Sitabo
2. Shakuntala Devi 

3. Ponmagal Vandhal (Tamil) 
4. French Biryani (Kannada)

5. Law (Kannada)
6. Sufiyum Sujathayum (Malayalam)
7. Penguin (Tamil-Telugu)

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9 hours ago, Lordmandeep said:

missing friends 

 

 

 

 

this song was Punjabi's Gangnam/Despacito level

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1 hour ago, charlie Jatinder said:

this song was Punjabi's Gangnam/Despacito level

Yeah any time it plays at a party..

 

All the drunk guys stop drinking and go nuts...

 

 

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13 minutes ago, Lordmandeep said:

Yeah any time it plays at a party..

 

All the drunk guys stop drinking and go nuts...

 

 

the song single handely stopped the duet songs and Miss Pooja craze in late 2000s. changed Punjabi music industry in entirety giving rise to solo singers and rappers like Honey Singh.

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Prime Video's Breathe came too early before OTT boom in India. The way people hype the TV series now, that would have been considered as Masterpiece. The best series from India outside TVF with a margin.

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5 hours ago, charlie Jatinder said:

Prime Video's Breathe came too early before OTT boom in India. The way people hype the TV series now, that would have been considered as Masterpiece. The best series from India outside TVF with a margin.

Season 1 and 2 of Inside Edge are pretty good but needed to be cut down by about 3 episodes each. 

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Hollywood Opening Day record progression in India

 

Spider-man 3 (2007): ₹6.64 crore ($1.64mn)

2012 (2009): ₹7.75 crore ($1.75mn) +17%

The Amazing Spider-man (2012): ₹8.80 crore ($1.5mn) +14%

Iron Man 3 (2013): ₹9.27 crore ($1.63mn) +5%

The Amazing Spider-man 2 (2014): ₹9.77 crore ($1.63mn) +5%

Furious 7 (2015): ₹16.73 crore ($2.7mn) +71%

Avengers: Infinity War (2018): ₹40.57 crore ($6.3mn) +142%

Avengers: Endgame (2019): ₹63.83 crore ($9.14mn) +57%

 

 

 

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