Marathi films will enter '100 cr club' in three years: Jadhav

 Noted Marathi filmmaker Sanjay Jadhav said Marathi films will enter the elite '100 crore club' in next two to three years.

Ajay Devgn's `Singham Returns` enters Rs 100 crore club with a bang

The Ajay Devgn starrer action-packed film, `Singham Returns` opposite Kareena Kapoor Khan has hit the bull`s eye in just five days. The Rohit Shetty film, which happens to be a sequel to the 2011 blockbuster `Singham`, has paved it`s away to the prestigious 100 crore mark already.

`Manam` would`ve joined 100 crore club in Bollywood: RGV

`Manam` would`ve joined Rs.100 crore club in Bollywood says RGV

Arjun Kapoor`s `2 States` set to enter Rs.100 crore club

Riding high on the success of his last release '2 States', actor Arjun Kapoor is just about to enter the 100-crore club in Bollywood.

2013: Small budget films triumph as 100 crore club finds new members

Bollywood found newcomers challenging the reign of superstars in the 100 crore club even as small-budget.

Have to do 100 crore films to be commercially viable: Priyanka

Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra says it is necessity to be part of 100 crore films in order to be commercially viable in the industry.

Put your hands together for the Rs 500 crore heroine

Establishing herself as a force to reckon with, Priyanka Chopra couldn`t be more excited as her recent release `Krrish 3` makes its way into the 200 crore club, making this her 4th film to surpass the 100 crore mark.

`Chennai Express` scores high as movie-on-demand

Shah Rukh Khan`s `Chennai Express`, which logged over Rs.200 crore at the box office, has also scored high on the movie-on-demand service of direct-to-home operator DishTV.

Did Sanjay Gupta take a dig at `Chennai Express`?

Filmmaker Sanjay Gupta, who has made `Shootout at Wadala`, `Musafir` and `Kaante`, says that the craze to join the Rs.100 crore club is such that people are going to any length to enter that segment.

Hope `Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai Dobara` achieves 100 crore: Akshay Kumar

Akshay Kumar, who already has two films in Rs 100 crore bracket, hopes his upcoming film `Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai Dobara` will repeat the feat.

Rs.100 crore club has always existed: Sunny Deol

There has lately been a lot of hoopla about the Rs.100 crore club, but Sunny Deol, who has been active in filmdom for three decades, says the trend has been there as long as he can remember - but it was never hyped.

Rs 100 cr scale has lowered focus on film`s quality: Farooq Sheikh

Ruing that a film`s success in Bollywood nowadays is judged by the Rs 100 crore benchmark, veteran actor Farooq Sheikh feels that the contemporary trend has diluted the focus on quality of the movie.

For Bollywood, 2012 was a phenomenal year

Bollywood`s 2012 box office report card has set a benchmark, say trade pundits.

‘Son of Sardar’ crosses Rs.100 crore mark in India

Bollywood`s Diwali release "Son Of Sardaar" has finally crossed the Rs.100 crore mark at the India box office.

I`m in Rs.1,000 crore zone: Irrfan Khan

If Bollywood`s big Khans are eyeing Rs.100 crore and Rs.200 crore club, internationally acclaimed Irrfan Khan says he has already surpassed that with ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ and ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ collections.

Movies are more than just numbers: Kabir Khan

Kabir Khan is happy with his film ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ crossing the Rs.200 crore mark but he says there is more to films than just numbers.

Aamir set high standards in the industry: Akshay Kumar

Even though two of his recent films have crossed the 100-crore mark, Akshay Kumar says he isn`t at peace yet, as the pressure has been built ever since Aamir Khan`s ‘Ghajini’ first set the box office milestone.

‘Ek Tha Tiger’ makes Rs 100 crores in just 5 days!

Salman Khan’s ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ has created a new record of sorts by earning the much ‘acclaimed’ Rs 100 crores the fastest.

Mahesh Bhatt upset with Rs.100 crore club trend

Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt is angry with the current trend of Rs.100 crore films because he feels it overshadows successful small budget movies.

Heroines should not get burdened with numbers game: Asin

Unruffled with joining the Rs 100 crore club of heroines, Asin says she is not bothered about it and insists that leading actresses should not take the burden of numbers on their head.