Nithiin's highly anticipated film Check was released last weekend (February 26). Though the film also starring wink sensation Priya Prakash Varrier and Rakul Preet Singh was expected to perform well at the theatres, the prison drama unfortunately, failed to garner much attention of the audience. The sudden hike in the ticket price was also one of the reasons why the film left many disinterested. With its 3rd day theatrical run in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, the film collected Rs 1.70 crore at the box office. Notably, on days 1 and 2, Check acquired Rs 3.38 crore and Rs 1.60 crore from the Telugu region. The total collection of the film is now summed up to Rs 6.68 crore. Well, with a couple of days left for fresh releases, we will have to wait and watch to see whether Check pulls more audiences to theatres or not. Check Day Wise Andhra Pradesh/ Telangana Collection Day 1: Rs 3.38 crore Day 2: Rs 1.60 crore Day 3: Rs 1.70 crore Total: Rs 6.68 … [Read more...] about Check Day 3 Box Office Collection: Nithiin’s Prison Drama Experiences Slow Growth
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In &TV’s upcoming crime series, Mauka-E-Vardaat , now we hear that immensely popular and Haryanvi sensation, Sapna Choudhary will be a part of the show. &TV’s 'Mauka-E-Vardaat’ is a riveting weekday crime series highlighting mysterious crime cases that will boggle the audience’s mind, compelling one to believe that the rhetoric 'reality is stranger than fiction’. Returning to television after two long years, the singer-dancer says that &TV’s Mauka-E-Vardaat as the perfect show to make a comeback on Indian television. Sapna commented, “I am thrilled and excited to be a part of Mauka-E-Vardaat. I am returning to television after a gap of two years and with a crime-based show, which I feel not only a perfect comeback show for me but also the viewers will get to see me in a never-seen-before avatar. I will be seen giving a prelude into the most perplexing crimes in the show. Mauka-E-Vardaat is an anthology series featuring the most thrilling and most mysterious … [Read more...] about Haryanvi Sensation, Sapna Choudhary In &TV’s Upcoming Crime-Series, Mauka-E-Vardaat
Star Wars: The Force Awakens has finally opened, and once the unprecedented hype and opening weekend passes, we will begin to focus on the Star Wars legacy and how closely JJ Abrams came to infusing moviegoers back to the love and wonder they felt when they saw George Lucas ’s original 1977 game-changing blockbuster. How profound was that first film? I asked directors Peter Jackson , Ridley Scott , Guillermo del Toro , Ron Howard and Luc Besson to remember. I chose them because they are all great directors who’ve pushed the envelope themselves and span countries all over the world. Turns out that experience nearly 40 years ago was similar to seminal events like when Neil Armstrong walked on the moon, where everybody remembers where they were when it happened. Every director recalls exactly the moment they saw the film and cinema changed forever. Related Story 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Shatters Preview Night B.O. Record With $57M, On Pace For $215M+ … [Read more...] about ‘Star Wars’ Legacy I: Five Iconic Directors Recall When George Lucas Changed Everything
Tom Schilling, Albrecht Schuch and Saskia Rosendahl play young friends in Berlin between the wars in Dominik Graf’s dramatic coming-of-ager. Three bright, talented young people in their 20s struggle to find their place in a rotten society, scarred by Germany’s defeat in World War I and menaced by the rising tide of Nazism, in Fabian — Going to the Dogs ( Fabian oder Der Gang vor die Hunde. ) This second screen adaptation of Erich Kastner’s now classic 1931 novel (the first was directed by Wolf Gremm in 1980) marks a stylistically daring attempt to capture the zeitgeist by director Dominik Graf, who returns to Berlin competition where his historical romance Beloved Sisters bowed in 2014. Fabian 's Fassbinder redux atmosphere first attracts and then tires, but should add value in German-speaking markets. The film’s double title reflects some of the novel’s tribulations — it was originally published in Germany in a bowdlerized version called simply Fabian , but even cutting … [Read more...] about ‘Fabian — Going to the Dogs’: Film Review | Berlin 2021
When John Kerry was a kid, his mother took him for walks in the Massachusetts woods, where they often stopped and stood among the trees. “Just listen,” she told her son. Whatever he heard, it stuck with him. Kerry, who is 77, has been on the front lines of the war for a habitable planet since the first Earth Day in 1970, when he was just back from Vietnam, carrying shrapnel in his leg and a Silver Star for bravery in combat. Over the past 30 years, Kerry has been a central player in virtually every climate conference and U.N. climate meeting (he first got to know his wife, Teresa, at the Rio Summit in 1992). He has talked about the climate crisis when it would have been politically astute to keep his mouth shut. He backed cap-and-trade legislation to limit carbon pollution when other politicians were running for cover. As President Obama’s secretary of state, he spent months brokering a complex deal with China that cleared the way for the 2015 Paris climate agreement, in which … [Read more...] about Will America Finally Lead on Climate?