Re: Ajay will Rock
by Maihoon Don on Apr 18, 2012 03:59 PM
ajay devgan keeps delivering flops like rascals, raju chacha, toonpur ka superhero, aakrosh, london dreams, dil to baccha hai ji etc...no one questions them while even less than 100 crore collections of SRK are questioned...that shows the standard of SRK and what people expect out of him...none of his movies have flopped after paheli in 2005. fyi.
Re: How does it matter anyways !!!!!!!
by Maihoon Don on Apr 18, 2012 03:42 PM
SRK's stardom will soon fade...this statement has been made since last 10 years but it only continues to rise...forget about collections...whenever a hollywood star talkes about bollywood, he mentions SRK first...whenever foreign governments and universities want to bestow honour to a bollywood star, SRK is always first on their list. Aamir and Salman are practically unknowns outside the Indian community while SRK is mega famous in Germany, famous in East European countries, not to mention his popularity among non Indians in US and UK.
Re: Re: How does it matter anyways !!!!!!!
by Abhinith Marvanthe on Apr 19, 2012 12:52 PM
Beg your pardon,But they search for other celebrities and if none of them are available,then they call trash SRK.Because if you pay 1 cr,he is ready to dance Chammak Chalo in your wedding also!!!!and for them it's cheaper hahahahah
This year will certainly belong to Akshay Kumar. After average success of Desi Boys, Akshay has delivered a hit film in Housefull2. Rowdy Rathore is already predicted to do a business close to 100 crores. This will certainly boost the chances of Khiladi 786 to succeed at the box office.
Re: Akshay Kumar
by Maihoon Don on Apr 18, 2012 03:45 PM
What is the use of giving hits (first 3 days collection) in meaningless movies like Houseful, Rathore, Khiladi etc. Has Akshay kumar ever delivered a meaningful movie like Swades, ChkDe or Taare Zameen par? Same for Salman too.
Re: Re: Akshay Kumar
by Ajeet Singh on Apr 18, 2012 10:26 PM
Thanks for your feedback. All the film makers heavily depend of first 3 days collection, so that applies to Akshay as well. Akshay falls in different category of actors with a different fan following, which will not watch him in a film like SWADES. No body went to watch SRK in it anyways :)
Re: Re: Re: Akshay Kumar
by Maihoon Don on Apr 19, 2012 01:36 AM
Ask anyone and they will say that sasses is one of their all time best. Ask the same to the people who watched houseful 2 and no one will rate it even in their bottom best of movies though they wil say they watched the movie for time pass on a weekend.
Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Akshay Kumar
by Ajeet Singh on Apr 19, 2012 01:55 AM
My friend, I have enjoyed HOUSEFULL2 and have loved SWADES. I am neither a SRK fan nor Akshay Kumar's fan because I am a die hard fan of Mr. Amitabh Bachchan.
Slman is the real human being true rockstar the real hunk , macho man ,fearless the real tiger of bollywood.Believe me frnds on serious note when ek tha tiger will release box office will be set on fire wid his charm persona n style it wud be years biggest grosser in box office collections.Critics are expecting first day business of around 32 crores.I saw action sequences which are shot in turkey marvellous location n guns tankers bazooka vehicle bikes used slman lukng gorgeous as commando with huge guns in tankers bunkers.
In India it will be a tough competition among the Khans but in overseas SRK will rule as usual.The worldwide collections will decide the no.1.Lots of people thinks that Bodyguard is the no.1 movie of 2011(229 crores) but its actually Ra.one with 240 crores collections at the top,the second highest collections in history.It is not a flop but a hit in India(124 cr nett) and superhit in overseas(52 cr) as per all major boxoffice sites.2012 will decide who is the no.1 Khan.
Re: Re: who will rule in 2012
by Maihoon Don on Apr 18, 2012 03:39 PM
Don2 made 115 crores net in India and 65 plus crores overseas which made it overall 180 crores net collections higher than 174 crores net worldwide of Bodyguard. No one has cared to highlight this.