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pbmastheadKrrish 3 Crosses 150 Crore Mark

Krrish 3 on its first full-trail working day witnessed only a marginal drop at the box office. The film that has been soaring high on success since its release reached a newer height as the domestic box office. The film in barely a six days run at the box office has surpassed the 150 crore mark already.

The film has remained consistently at a higher note every since its release date and now at the conclusion of less than a week the film has fared miraculously well. Releasing in multiple languages has worked as a forte for it by widening its reach to greater single screens in South.

Hrithik Roshan perfectly syncing the superhero role is going down extremely well with audiences especially the younger folk who are making for a large part of the audience for this film. Emerging as quite a record smasher, the film is now eyeing to soon surpass the lifetime run of YJHD‘s box office collections which zeroed at a sum of 190.03 crores.


Akshay Kumar’s Boss Collects 45 Crore In 5 Days

Akshay Kumar’s latest release Boss had a steady weekend at the box office and has as per latest reports collected over Rs 45 Crore in five days. The exact figure is Rs 45.5 Crore as per our trade sources.

One Saturday and Sunday, Boss earned Rs 7 Crore and Rs 8.5 Crore respectively.

As expected the collections are better in single screens than multiplexes, but on the whole the commercial potboiler has brought relief to an otherwise dull month at the box office.

Boss opened last Wednesday on Bakri Eid and had a first day total of Rs 14.5 Crore.

Boss stars Akshay Kumar, Mithun Chakraborthy, Danny, Aditi Rao Hydari and Shiv Pandit in lead roles.

Amitabh Bachchan Poetry

After the death of Delhi victim Damini, Amitabh Bachchan pays tribute to the girl. He dedicated a poetry to her. Have a look on the poetry below.

Poetry in English by Amitabh

“With the passage of time, the candles shall burn out and lose their flame…

The flowers offered with devotion, shall in the absence of water, get dry and weathered out…

The voices of protest both vocal and silent, shall lose their strength…

But the ‘fearless’ ( nirbhayata ) fire that has been ignited, shall rekindle the flames in our hearts…

The waterless dry and weathered flowers, shall be brought to life drenched by the tears in our eyes…

With a burning throat the soul of ‘Damini’ and ‘Amaanat’, shall be voiced in the entire universe…

That I am the Mother, sister and daughter of my Bharat…

Respect and dignity are my birthright possessions ..

Bharat the country is my Mother…

Forget about me, become at least the recognised worthy face of your Mother..!!”