Raazi Racking Money At The Box Office With Rs 45.34 Crore Since Its Release

New Delhi:  The MeghnaGulzar’s spy thriller starring Alia Bhatt and Vicky Kaushalin the lead collected Rs 6.10 crore on its fifth day on Tuesday at the box-office, taking its total collection to Rs 45.34 crore.Junglee Pictures and Dharma Productions’ ‘ Raazi’ is working its magic big time at the box-office.

‘Raazi’ is the film that brought together Alia Bhatt and Vicky Kaushal on the silver screen for the first time. Speaking about working with the actress, Vicky said, “She was really giving as an actor. She has the ability to lift any co-actor’s performance and that is the organic vibe she comes in with. That is really beautiful as a co-actor when you know that your performance is getting enhanced because of that. She is a fantastic human being too.”


Salman Takes To Twitter To Share ' Race 3' Trailer

New Delhi:After teasing fans throughout the day with trailers from the previous 'Race' franchises, Salman Khan finally dropped the much awaited ' Race 3' trailer.Salman took to Twitter and shared the trailer with the caption, "Intezaarhuakhatam. Miliyemeri #Race3 family se . #Race3Trailer OUT NOW : http://bit.ly/Race3Trailer

#Race3ThisEid @SKFilmsOfficial @AnilKapoor @ShahDaisy25 @Asli_Jacqueline @thedeol @remodsouza @RameshTaurani @Saqibsaleem @FreddyDaruwala @tipsofficial @2454abudhabi"

The trailer opens to a super suave Salman all ready to join the race. The scenes then move forward to introduce each character of the film- Anil Kapoor, Jacqueline Fernandez, Daisy Shah, SaqibSaleem and Bobby Deol in unique ways. The 3.09-minute long trailer captures some high-octane stunts, packed with strong and witty dialogues. The trailer finally ends with Salman flaunting his high-end gun totting skills, holding a modern bazooka of sorts. Excited much?


Richa Chadha Is More For A Project That Gives Her A Chance To Act Than Just Visibility

New Delhi: RichaChadha has said that she would rather opt for a project that gives her a chance to act than just give her visibility. She played the role of mother of NawazuddinSiddiqui at the age of 24 making her presence felt at the festival circuit as well as at the box office. Chadha has carved her own niche.

Born and brought up in Delhi, Richa started her career in Bollywood with the film Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye in 2008 after doing theatre extensively. However, she went through a tough time in the film industry before Gangs of Wasseypur happened in 2012.

She has since played several substantial roles in films as different as Fukrey and Masaan.


Raazi' Rakes In The Moolah At The Box Office This Weekend

New Delhi: Alia Bhatt and Vicky Kaushal starrer Raazi' is raking in the moolah at the box office this weekend. The film that was off to a strong start on Friday with a collection of Rs 7.53 crore, has seen a big boost of 50% in its Saturday’s collection recording a total of Rs 11 .30 crore. The film’s two-day total now stands at an impressive Rs 18.83 crore.

The espionage thriller directed by MeghnaGulzarand produced by Junglee Pictures and Dharma Productions, has already checked itself into the record books as the fifth highest opening for a Hindi film in 2018.

With high critic ratings coupled with an intriguing story, good word of mouth feedback, the film’s collections are expected to grow even more in the days ahead. Set against the backdrop of the Indo-Pak war in 1971, Alia plays the role of an Indian girl who marries a Pakistani Army officer (Vicky) to spy for her country.


Parmanu To Be Released Across 300 Screens In Pakistan

New Delhi: John Abrahan starrer Parmanu - The Story Of Pokhran, a Bollywood movie on India’s nuclear test in 1998, will release across 300 screens in Pakistan. Director of the film Abhishek Sharma informed about its Pakistan sojourn.

Asked if the movie will release in Pakistan, Sharma told the media, “We will be releasing in 300 screens in Pakistan and I think that says it all.”

Actor-producer John Abraham, who was also present during the interaction with mediapersons, insisted that “it is not an anti-Pakistan film in any way”. John said, “Yes, we are (releasing the movie in Pakistan). This is not an anti-Pakistan film, it is a pro-India film. So, from the beginning we were very clear that it is a film about India and we want to celebrate the story. If we start thinking about other markets, then we will be compromising on our film. Our intention was to tell the story and we do not want to deviate from that.”