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Box Office: Housefull 3 - decent collection

Akshay Kumar’s films have a safe selling price because of which they also have a safe recovery target. Most of his films fold up within the hundred crore mark save for a couple.

Movies Hindi
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PVR introduces Privilege Card at Directors Cut at Vasant Kunj in New Delhi

PVR Cinemas today announced the launch of the DC Privilege card, the first of its kind in house transaction platform and marketing scheme in the world of cinema entertainment at Director’s Cut (DC), its premium Cineplex brand, located at the Ambience Mall, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi.

Television TV Channels News Broadcasting
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Flopped The Lone Ranger to cost Disney $190 million

MUMBAI: As per the reports, Disney CFO Jay Rasulo has informed that the company is likely to incur a loss of about $160 - $190 million next quarter as a result of The Lone Ranger‘s weak box office run.

Movies International
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'Monsters University' still tops box office, 'The Heat' knocks out 'White House Down'

MUMBAI: Monsters University retains the North American box office throne. The Billy Crystal-starring movie about the college life of Mike Wazowski and Suley Sullivan bagged an estimated $46.2 million in its second run for Walt Disney Pictures, a 44 per ce

Movies International
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Weekend Top Five blaze the box office with Pixar's Monstr University at No 1e

MUMBAI: As the Hollywood Box office unleashed two new tentpoles, Roland Emmerich‘s White House Down and Paul Feig‘s The Heat, the top five grossing the weekend opening have changed.

Movies International

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