Looking at cast of most of releases, looks like no leading actors in main roles. So commercially sensible people stayed away from any releases during this period. People already exhausted with bollywood presence in IPL.
its too difficult to trust rediff reviews and the way they declare a flim to be a hit or a flop, means like most of websites and news channels declared karthik calling karthik, LSD,Road movie to be hit, but here its showing tht these movies flopped.
watching a movie in India is a costly affair..who will watch such movies. bollywood shd concentrate on quality of movies and not on quantity. And pls stop copying hollywood scripts. Just day b4 I saw a movie call overboard whose script was copied in salman and neelam's ek ladka ek ladki movie scene by scene. Have some originality guys and then evertime some hollywood movie becoms hit u try to show Indian talent in it.
Rediff, before you post the box office report try to get correct figure and result.
LSD which has made merely 1.2 crore, has already surpassed 6.5 crores in it's first week, then Sappit which had made in 3 crores, also made around 7 crores business in it's first week. Both movie should be declared as HIT in terms of their business and critcs point of view.
Re: LSD flop?
by Partha Datta on Mar 29, 2010 06:48 PM
totally disagree with LSD being coined a flop...a flop/hit should depend on film's budget...with just 1.5cr investment & the reaction that it has created; cant see how it can flop...
Re: Re: LSD flop?
by yana on Mar 29, 2010 11:11 PM
its not a flop, most websites and news channels declared it a hit, dont trust rediff reviews, u just picked up a gr8 point that a movie with just 1.5 cr investment cant be a flop, atleast it will earn something.. so dont go by rediff reviews, they are very very biased