'Krrish 3' Takes $1M Debut from North America on November 04, 2013

Krrish 3 received the widest release of any film in Indian cinema history. The sequel also received a North American roll-out over the weekend, opening in 208 screens for a $1,049,560 debut.

TOP STORIES: How Mumbai Took Hold of the Indian Film Industry on October 31, 2013

Nagarjuna looks to rebound with a new film directed by Dolly. [Times of India

Kamal Hassan asks for edgier films from India. [The Hindu

How Bollywood became King in India. [Indiewire]

Thor: The Dark World to feature Hindi theme song. [Hindustan Times]

A batch of spy films are slated for release in India. [The Indian Express]



TOP STORIES: Should Pakistan Films Reach More Indian Screens? on October 30, 2013

Pakistani films looking for Indian distribution. [IBN Live

Sajid Khan blames himself for Himmatwala flop. [Times of India]

DNA India profiles Bollywood films based on sport. [DNA India]

Subhash Ghai and Salman Khai to reteam for upcoming project. [Yahoo! India]



INDIA: 'BOSS' Takes Over the Market with $7.7M Bow on October 25, 2013


BOSS premiered in 2,076 theaters for a $7.7 million bow in India, a commanding performance among the domestic films in the territory. The courtroom biopic Shahid opened in limited release to a $467K take from 445 theaters, far from challenging BOSS at the box office.

War.. Chhod Na Yaar broke the $1 million mark in its hoem country over its second week, reaching a $1.04 million cume. Other top performing domestic films in India include Grand Masti ($15.2M), Besharam ($8.7M), Phata Poster Nikhla Hero ($5.9M), and The Lunchbox ($3.2M).

Top Ten Domestic Films in India.



TOP STORIES: India, Pakistan Tensions Face-Off at the Box Office on October 22, 2013

A number of small films will be released this Friday, a week ahead of Krrish 3’s big debut. [Yahoo! India]

India and Pakistan political tensions come to light at the box office. [BBC News]

UTV announces new film by Koratala Siva as its first Telugu production. [Screen Daily

Unifrance Films wants to have closer ties with Indian audiences. [Business Standard]


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