ADMS has been exclusively developed in India by our own dedicated downloaders who are any day far more smarter than untrained monkeys like Sajid Khan. AMDS detects dumb and boring movies uploaded on the internet and warns the downloader beforehand thus saving the downloader precious time and bandwidth. It also detects the IP addresses of the producers, directors and actors in the movie and deletes any story ideas they might have stored on it. These individuals are then tracked down physicaly using GPS and thier A/H are stuffed with wax. Beware Sajid Khan.
I think success got into the head of Sajid Khan.AS a producer you should respect your audience and not threaten them - lets all boycott his film as he has threatened the veiwers - else lets watch it only downloaded or in DVD.It would be a fitting reply to his threat !!!!
hey guys, i guess the movie is so badly made that these monkeys doubt that even if people are going to wact it online, as they may even loose money there to those sites they have sold the copy of that movie to......... so they are putting a challange to us by not watching it and then we take the challange to watch this way they will get some viewers to watch it online atleast Huuuuuuuuuuuuu HA HA HA HA
I'm not sure why actors keep saying viewers must pay exorbitant ticket prices in cinemas to watch movies that almost always are lesser than expected. The actors mostly make their money before a movie hits the cinemas, and its the same with Indian producers who sell the movie to American studios before release. Everyone makes their money barring the audience. It costs money, effort, and time to see a movie. Driving in Indian metros to a cinema is usually about 10km (though some cinemas are closer), there's too much traffic, parking chargers in malls, where the better cinemas are located, are very high (about Rs 100 weekends), the popcorn and colas cost too much, and the snacks are mostly junk and costly in cinemas. The tickets range between Rs 250 per person in a lower class to Rs 750 a person in the highest (PVR SelectCitywalk, Saket, Delhi). Then, there is inevitably dinner, which costs another Rs 2,000 for two at a good place. This is why I prefer the Net to watch movies now, unless they are really good. I hope the actors, mostly multi-millionaires, see this point of view as well.
Re: Seeing a movie on the Net and other forms apart from theatre
by Karanth Srihari on Apr 28, 2010 01:29 PM
Good point, particularly the snacks part. :) In some cities like in Chennai there are upper limit to multiplex ticket charges.. That should be implemented everywhere. In bangalore the tickets are kept way high on the first weekend. 3 idiots were sold at rs. 300 everywhere and no less. Only high class people could have afford it. These things will definitely force people to look for alternatives.