New Delhi: It`s time for another big clash in Bollywood. No, it's not the war time between two superstars vying for the supreme position at the Box-Office, but rather two projects of the same actor releasing on the same day.
The Danish capital that fostered Hans Christian Andersen, the godfather of fairy tales, and hosts one of Europe's oldest royal lineages is also the setting for grisly murders and political intrigue in television dramas popular across the world.
Asian tourists dominate a new list ranking the countries that are most addicted to their smartphones and tablets on holiday, with Thai, Korean and Japanese respondents expressing the highest amounts of separation anxiety at the prospect of traveling unplugged.
Actor Akshay Kumar is proud that a film like `Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty`, which focuses on terrorism and sleeper cells, managed a successful run at the box office. He is also glad that the makers chose a "commercial comedian" like him to portray a "heavy serious role" of a soldier.
`Holiday - A Soldier Is Never Off Duty` has minted Rs.102.62 crore in three weeks at the domestic box office and producer Vipul Shah feels ecstatic as his alliance with Hindi movie star Akshay Kumar has once again struck the gold.
Sajid Khan`s latest film `Humshakals` received negative reviews from all quarters. But it seems that the director has nothing to worry about as reports suggest that the film has done extremely well at the Box Office.