Salman Khan and Aamir Khan will face off in December when Dhoom 3 opens against Jai Ho. [Times of India]
India – Pakistan rivalry continues at the box office. [Emirates 24/7]
Krrish 3 is breaking box office records in India. [One India Entertainment]
How Hollywood has helped shape Bollywood dance. [Desi Blitz]
Bullet Raja will hit theaters in North America beginning on November 28 in the U.S. and November 29 in Canada. The film is expected to open in over 100 theaters.
Synopsis: Bullett Raja is the story of a common man, Raja Mishra, who transforms into a dreaded gangster of the Hindi heartland. A victim of the system and chained by it, Raja’s life changes as he takes on those that rule and shakes the very foundations of the nexus of the police, the government, and the industrialists. As he rises and revolts against the system becoming an outlaw, Bullett sets ablaze the nexus and changes the landscape forever. The powers that be, fight back in a compelling struggle for power and money against the backdrop of personal ambitions, greed and revenge. Redefining love, friendship and loyalty, Bullet Raja creates a world, where a common man, tests his endurance and fortitude against the very system he once obediently followed and then declared a war on it! Directed by National Award winner, Tigmanshu Dhulia, Bullett Raja toplines leading Indian stars- Saif Ali Khan and Sonakshi Sinha.
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.
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]