Salman Khan, who is now gearing up for the release of `Jai Ho`, says he does not believe in breaking Box Office records but definitely wants his films to fare well.
The New Year will have two very different films hitting the Box Office.
Jayantilal Gada`s ‘Mahabharat’ with a starry list of voiceover artists like Amitabh Bachchan, Vidya Balan and Ajay Devgn couldn`t grab much attention as viewers are more interested in watching Aamir Khan starrer ‘Dhoom 3’.
Bollywood music was at its wackiest and melodious best this year, as it was all about oodles of romance along with ample quirky lyrics.
Salman Khan’s much awaited ‘Jai Ho’ is all set to hit the silver screen soon.
Salman Khan Thursday said earning Rs.200-300 crore at the Box Office was not an ego game, and that he hopes each film can do good business.
As many as six films released last Friday, but none of them could excite the viewers at the box office.
Going by the performance of ‘Prague’, ‘Super Model’, ‘Warning’ and ‘Maazii’ so far, experts are doubtful about their survival.
‘Ramleela’, featuring actors Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone, was to enjoy a solo release Nov 15, but now Kangana Ranaut-starrer ‘Rajjo’ will also hit the screens on the same date.
Akshay Kumar feels the era of films riding on popularity of big stars is gone and at present films with solid content are ruling the Box Office.
This Diwali, the Bollywood Box Office is expected to be on fire with two major releases.
As Bollywood celebrates the advent of the formidable 100-crore blockbuster club, it shies away from having cracked the box office formula.
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