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TOP STORIES: Hollywood and India Looking for Closer Ties on September 17, 2013

Hyde Park CEO Ashok Amritraj spoke about the Indian film industry with THR. [The Hollywood Reporter]

 

Hollywood adaptations in India are taking shape. [The Hollywood Reporter]

 

A preview of this weekend's romantic fare. [Yahoo! India]

 

 

INDIA: 'Shuddh Desi Romance' Leads the Week with $5.5M Debut on September 13, 2013

sdrstills.jpgShuddh Desi Romance posted a hot start out of the gate with a $5.5 million debut in India, leading all other domestic films in release. Zanjeer came in second place with a $2.2 million bow, around half of Shuddh Desi Romance's take despite playing in a market-leading 1,888 screens.

Satyagraha came in third place with a $1.1 million take, taking its domestic total to $9.5 million. The film grossed $130,086 from 79 location in its second week in North America and enters its third weekend in the market with a $700k total.

Chennai Express collected $81,343 from 53 locations in North America over the week. The film has grossed a total of $5.2 million as it heads into its sixth weekend in North America. Chennai Express has grossed a total of $34.3 million in India.

Top 10 Domestic Films in India as of September 13, 2013

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TOP STORIES: Film Awards and Celebrations Showcase Diversity of Indian Cinema on September 11, 2013

The third edition of the India Film Project to take place from September 20-28. [Business Standard]

Tollywood will not be part of India's film centenary celebration. [The Times of India]

The BFJA honors arthouse and mainstream cinemas. [IBN Live]

 

TOP STORIES: The Indian Film Industry Increases its Global Exposure on September 10, 2013

Animated film The World of Goopi and Bagha receives its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. [Hindustan Times]

The Indian film industry looks for an overseas box office boost during the Fall season. [Times of India]

Kangana Ranaut isn't sitting on her laurels -she knows fortunes can change overnight in the film industry. [Times of India]

The South Indian International Movie Awards comes to the United Arab Emirates. [Gulf News]

 

'Chennai Express' and 'Satyagraha' Continue Their Overseas Run on September 10, 2013

Chennai Express is closing out its North American theatrical run, falling short of breaking the box office record achieved by 3 Idiots. Chennai Express finished its fourth weekend in North America by grossing $66,095 from 53 locations. The film's North American cume is $5.2 million. Other overseas cumes for Chennai Express include $4.4 million from the United Arab Emirates, $3.4 million from the United Kingdom, and $3.4 million from other territories. The overseas cume for Chennai Express is $17.5 million.

Satyagraha has had a more modest box office run, finishing its second weekend with a $103k from 79 theaters in North America. Satyagraha has grossed a cume of $672k in North America. The overseas total for Satyagraha is $1.9 million. 


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