Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Mumbai Updates

MUMBAI: The coming week will see the clash of titans at the box office. On one hand are three Hindi aces - Apne, Awarapan and Aap Kaa Surroor; on the other hand, Hollywood film Die Hard 4, starring Bruce Willis too is poised for a release.
If the turnstiles come alive thanks to the ensuing fireworks, it seems just what the doctor ordered for the box office.
The Rajnikant starrer Sivaji – The Boss was the undisputed ruler at the box-office this past week. The collections were unprecedented and this prompted the Bombay distributor Nambi Rajan of Aurora Talkies, Matunga, who has bought the Tamil and Telugu rights, to increase the number of shows.
Jhoom Barabar Jhoom managed to collect Rs 38.7 million (Rs 3.87 crores) in Bombay city-suburbs and Thane.
Chain Kulii Ki Main Kulii, a children's film by Saregama, opened in the Bombay circuit with 40 prints with around 20 to 40 per cent collections on the opening day.
Miss Anara, is a film based on the real life story of Anara Gupta, who won the title of Miss Jammu & Kashmir in a beauty contest. In Bombay circuit, the film opened with 28 prints, fetching around 35 per cent collections on the opening day.
Bhojpuri films Purab and Ankhiya Ladiye Gayel were also released.
Dubbed films like Veer Jaanbaaz, Ek Jwalamukhi and Jaanwar added to the flock of released films this week.
The Sandra Bullock starrer Hollywood film Premonition, a thriller produced by Ashok Amritraj, was also released.

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