20 Oct 2014
Melbourne: After collecting Rs 500 crore at the Indian box office, Aamir Khan-starrer 'Dhoom 3' has now become the highest grossing foreign film of 2013 in Australia and emerged as the first Bollywood film to win the award.
20 Oct 2014
New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is expected to hold a review-cum-strategy meeting of top I-T Commissioners in the country later this month to bolster revenue collection work.
15 Oct 2014
Mumbai: Dedication is a rare virtue and Shraddha Kapoor seems to have it in hordes. The young actress didn't step back from performing at a recent awards function despite an injured leg.
19 Oct 2014
New Delhi: BJP workers shouted slogans, distributed sweets, danced to drum beats and burst crackers at the central office here on Sunday following the party's performance in the Haryana and Maharashtra assembly polls.
13 Oct 2014
New Delhi: Hrithik Roshan and Katrina Kaif starrer 'Bang Bang' has continued to break records one after another. The out-and-out entertainer "Bang Bang!" has flown past the Rs150-crore mark in India.
22 Sep 2014
Delhi: Sonam Kapoor and Fawad Khan starrer Khoobsurat may have created much hype before its release but the film could not generate enough footfalls. According to reports, Khoobsurat has managed to gross around Rs.11-12 crore in its first weekend in theatres.
08 Oct 2014
New Delhi: It has bullets flying, cars exploding, stunning locations and an ensemble of good looking actors who will make you drool.
07 Oct 2014
New Delhi: Ben Affleck's "Gone Girl" is slated to release in India on the Diwali weekend along with Shah Rukh Khan-starrer Bollywood entertainer "Happy New Year". The David Fincher-directorial movie will release in theatres Oct 24, a day after the festival of Diwali, and "Happy New Year" is expected to come on the same day.
03 Oct 2014
Mumbai: Despite being tagged as 'mindless', 'loud', 'dumb', 'pointless' and 'exhausting', action thriller 'Bang Bang!' has emerged as a clear winner at the box office with business of Rs 27.54 crore on the first day with simultaneous release 'Haider' minting just Rs 6.14 crore.
04 Oct 2014
New Delhi: It's a small film made with a lot of heart. Vishal Bhardwaj's "Haider", his twist on William Shakespeare's tragic play "Hamlet", is climbing up the Bollywood box office ladder thanks to a positive word of mouth, say experts. It has earned a cumulative of Rs.13.07 crore within two days of its release.