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October 21, 2016, Friday | Companies
Johar's promise to not entertain Pakistani artistes anymore is rooted more in concerns about the future of his loss-making movie business than in placating ultra-nationalists
August 10, 2013, Saturday | Beyond Business
From perennial lover boy to powerful roles in unconventional films, Rishi Kapoor's second innings is a revelation
December 24, 2012, Monday | Companies
Salman Khan has become the ultimate hot property for film-makers, with all his movies attracting a huge crowd at both single screens and multiplexes, irrespective of whether these have a storyline or not.
October 08, 2012, Monday | Companies
Its a triple treat for the Priyanka Chopra and Ranbir Kapoor-starrer Barfi!. The film has not only entered the Rs 100-crore club, it is also India's official entry for the Oscars. And, on top of it, Barfi! is now the second-biggest international ...
August 16, 2012, Thursday | Companies
Whether he is a zany cop as Chulbhul Pandey or a bodyguard by the name of Lovely Singh or an Indian spy on a mission, Salman Khan’s magic seems to work every time. Yash Raj Films’ new release Ek Tha Tiger has got a hurricane-like start ...
June 04, 2012, Monday | Companies
Bollywood is fully geared to sizzle the screens with a bouquet of big-budget movies. Around Rs 600-700 crore is riding on these movies, slated for release in the next three months, according to industry officials.
March 09, 2012, Friday | Management
The marketing budgets for film promotion in tier II and III centres are growing rapidly
January 30, 2012, Monday | Press Releases
PAYBACK gave its members yet another reason to smile, this time by fulfilling the dream of 4 lucky winners of PAYBACK’s ‘Meet The Stars of Agneepath” campaign. PAYBACK India's largest multi-partner loyalty program- along with their ...
December 24, 2011, Saturday | Beyond Business
He sent a chill down your spine and kept you on the edge of your seat. That was then. Today, as the distinction between the hero and anti-hero gets blurred, the quintessential villain exists only in nostalgic conversations.