Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon got effected by Singh Is Bling in it's 2nd Weekendas figures went down to around 4.1cr approx.. Film was performing best in North and that's where Singh Is Bling is doing not only good rather Singh Is Bling is bumper in that region with occupancies at par with Bajrangi Bhaijaan.. Film has collected around 46cr approx in 10 Days and will end it's run around 50cr region.. Film did benefited from National Holiday on Friday but figures didn't show growth over the Weekend.. Below is 2nd Weekend daily business.. Friday.. 1.35cr Saturday.. 1.25cr Sunday.. 1.5cr Total.. 4.1cr Grand Total.. 46.05cr
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Kapil Sharma has come out with a bang for his debut film titled "Kis Kisko Pyaar Karu" but the movie has failed to impress the critics. The romantic comedy film features ensemble cast, including Arbaaz Khan, Manjari Phadnis, Amrita Puri, Simran Kaur Mundi, Elli Avram, Sai Lokur, Varun Sharma, Supriya Pathak, Sharat Saxena, Manoj Joshi, Sharad Sankla (Charlie), and Johnny Lever's daughter Jamie Lever. The duo of Abbas and Mustan have returned as the directors for this movie. Kapil Sharma has now developed a huge following with his TV show, "Comedy Nights with Kapil" and he has unexpectedly done as a fantastic job for this movie but unfortunately for him an inadequate script and a weak plot have let him down. KKPK has it's share of jokes which might bring out a lot of laughter from the audiences and some really gorgeous actresses but other than the plot does not offer anything substantial. A lot of movies have come out in the similar adult romantic comedy genre with many of the same features so it's up to the cinema goers to decide weather they would want to see something like this or not. Over all Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon is a brain dead comic caper but if you prefer Kapil Sharma kind of comedy than you can watch this.
Pakistani Cinema has undergone a huge resurgence in recent times, with 2015 seeing a multitude of some good quality films being released. After watching the much hyped and anticipated "Jawani Phir Nahi Ani", I can safely say Pakistani Cinema has fully revived. This probably is the best comedy film to come out of Pakistan since the whole revival scene started in 2007 with Shoaib Mansoor's "Khuda Kay Liye". Finally Pakistan has its own big budget comedy-masala entertainment film. The whole cast did a great job with roles they were given, Nadeem Baig did a pretty good job as the director and Vasay Chaudary penned an excellent script. The story starts out with three friends( Hamza Abbasi, Ahmad Butt and Vasay Chaudary) trapped in a miserable marriage with their respective spouses (Ayesha Khan, Uzma Khan and Sarwat Gillani) and out comes the hotshot lawyer friend of the guys from U.S, Sherry(Humayun Saeed) to take the guys with him on a fun filled week's holiday to Bangkok where they could relive the days of their youth and party. The start of the movie is hilarious with some really insane comedic performances by the duo of Ahmad Butt and Vasay Chaudary while Sarwat Gillani also shines as the hotheaded Pashtun Wife. Some of the scenes were hysterical homages or references to some previous Pakistani Films, which are bound to leave you laughing and yes The "Piece Bara Taght hai" guy is somehow involved in one of those scenes. The four guys do make it to Bangkok, Thailand where all hell breaks loose and some very humorous situations arise too. Mehwish Hayat looks incredibly seductive as Marina and her father being played by Ismail Tara does a remarkable job as The Thai Don/Arab Sheikh. Normally many movies do have this tendency to have a weaker second half than the first half but JPNA has no such problem with the introduction of veterans like Javed Sheikh and Bushra Ansari, who as usual brought their A-Game to this film and made the second half such a comedic delight. Sohai Ali Abro was also terrific as a popular-culture obsessed girl, who has to take a selfie at every occasion. "Jawani Phir Nahi Ani" is a funny movie, flat out, all the way through. Its setup is funny. Every situation is funny. Most of the dialogues are funny, almost line by line. Some of the cultural references are incredibly witty, like one scene where a Judge moans for his letdown of a son named Arsalan or the scene where Hamza Abbasi shouts out Imran Khan's famous slogan. The climax is very engaging and entertaining with Humayun Saeed's two love interests and their families converging in a farcical clash with each other. We also get to see some dramatic stuff towards the end that might involve a courtroom. Hamza Abbasi gave some really intense performance towards that period and Humayun Saeed was fantastic and showed his versatility with a wide range of acting skills. If the movie ends somewhat conventionally, well, it almost has to; narrative housecleaning requires it. One could argue that the whole romantic angle between the characters of Humayun Saeed, Mehwish Hayat and Sohai Ali Abro could have been explained better but its asking for a tad too much in a movie of limited time rather than a drama serial. The music was decent but not something that uplifted the whole scope of the movie with the exception of "Jalwa". Some of the situation were quite similar to many of the Bollywood film cliches like one scene quite reminiscent of a shot from "Housefull 2" . But overall the very minute flaws did not at all damage the movie in its entirety. "Jawani Phir Nahi Ani" has to be the new benchmark in terms of a mass targeted entertainment film. No such was movie was ever made in Pakistan but kudos to all the people behind it, for risking it all and making a marvelously entertaining movie in process. There is something in this movie for all types of audiences. This movie is most certainly on par with many of the better Bollywood comedies. And let me clarify the controversies that film's story line is not at all copied from any mainstream Hindi or English film.. This movie is definitely on march to create new records and for good reason too. To sum up, your Eid is not complete without watching this as it is one of the best comedy films to come out in recent times.. Don't Miss It!! Rating: 4/5
Sooraj Pancholi and Athiya Shetty show promise in Nikhil Advani's directorial venture ,"Hero" despite a weak script. The movie was always going to have a big buzz as Salman Khan aka Sallu Bhai's name was attached to it. Even though it might be considered a letdown but both the debutantes have shown glimpses that they can make it big. The film is a remake of Subash Ghai's "Hero" starring Jackie Shroff and Meenakshi Seshadri. The concept however might be a bit stale for 2015. Sooraj(Sooraj Pancholi) is a macho gangster and Radha(Athiya Shetty) is the IG's daughter. Both the leads have decent chemistry together too and seem poised for their first outing on-screen. The script is simply not up to the mark with the silliest of kidnapping's reserved for Athiya Shetty by Sooraj Pancholi's character and friends. Tigmanshu Dhiulia as the leading lady's father has given a fine performance but still couldn't save the movie. Vivan Bhatena, as the antagonist Prince Rannvijay Shekhawat, shows off his presence felt in a small, but well-defined and executed role. Sooraj Pancholi like many of the newcomers in Bollywood today has a good built and lot of muscle to show but he needs to develop more as an actor while Athiya Shetty had many cocky dialogues which she delivered rather unconvincingly. The fault here lies with the director and not so much with the young actors. Not all is bad with the movie as the music very satisfactory and some of the fight sequences are brilliantly done. "Hero" has some really good production values, thanks to Salman Khan being at the helm off production related affairs but the execution and direction were a letdown however the two new up-comer's have shown they might just have a future in Bollywood. Many true Salman fan's might sill watch this movie as Salman pop's up right in the end credits. Watch this movie if you are not into continuity and logic. Verdict 2/5.
The Khan Vs Khan debate will continue to rage on in Bollywood for years to come. Team SRK, Team Aamir and Team Salman will furiously debate over who is the best. Leaving “Sallu Bhai” out of this for now, I will explain the many factors which make Aamir Khan triumph over Shahrukh Khan in terms of acting, film choices and overall influence in Bollywood..   To many people Shahrukh Khan is the King of Bollywood and his romantic lover boy image has dominated Bollywood for a better part of two decades. But the problem lies in the fact that Shahrukh is more comfortable in his defined Romantic hero domain and hardly ever chooses to do roles other than a big glitzy commercial Bollywood extravaganza. To be fair Shahrukh has acted in films like “My Name is Khan” and “Chak de India” but the majority of SRK films nowadays are designed with no intent other than being commercially successful and content hardly matters. After analyzing Aamir’s career trajectory from the start, one realize how this particular Khan chooses different roles to play and how easily he fits into every character he portrays. From playing a Street Mumbai guy with a colourful image in “Rangeela”, to putting in a fine performance as a 19th century villager in “Lagaan” and forcing Bollywood loving youth to change their hairstyle with instilling wonderful performances as an Urban Indian youngster in movies like “Dil Chahta Hai “ and “Rang De Basanti”, Aamir truly is an unique actor. While SRK is choosier about the director and movies he works in, Aamir is more focused about the character he plays. Aamir definitely has the better list of movies in which he has acted compared to Shahrukh. Aamir has four movies in the IMDB top 250, (“Taare Zameen Per”,”3 Idiots”,”Rang De Basanti” and “Lagaan”) while Shahrukh has one only (“Swades”). Aamir chooses a movie because of the content and the script involved. What makes Aamir great is the ability to pick extraordinary roles like “Rab Nawaz” from the Canadian Production “Earth” while Shahrukh let the opportunity passed before his eyes when he turned down the Oscar winning “Slumdog Millionaire”.. For many people Aamir is way better actor than Shahrukh ever was. At times the “King of Bollywood” is guilty of over acting by many critics and commentators. In the book Everybody Wants a Hit: 10 Mantras of Success in Bollywood Cinema, author Derek Bose wrote, "The joke going around then was that Shahrukh Khan had no more than five expressions to play about with and by cleverly juggling them in film after film, made his mark as a superstar".S Shahrukh is a bigger commercial draw than Aamir ever was. King Khan vigorously promotes his brand at every opportunity he gets. Shahrukh attends every award function while Aamir does not and goes on to say “My personal experience about these award ceremonies is that I don't trust them. I have no faith in them so I would prefer to stay away”. Shahrukh has the better endorsement deals and is present at every corner in the world where he has the spot light on him. Shahrukh was there at the prestigious Madam Tussauds for the unveiling of his wax statue while Aamir declined an invitation by the same Museum and went on to say that he is only interested in making movies. The argument over Aamir and Shahrukh will continue to wage on for years to come. For me Aamir is the real deal and the real perfectionist. SRK maybe the King of Bollywood but Aamir is the better actor and is involved in better films. Let the war continue on. By Ahmad Note:- Its a guest article written by a friend or some fan and the content of this article has nothing to do with team boxofficedetail as it contains personal views of the writer and not of Team Boxofficedetail.. If you also want to write and get you article published then just write a concise article on Bollywood and send to us at email@example.com and get you article viewed by thousands
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