Friday, June 01, 2007

Now Playing....

Latest blockbusters played in the city, the booking windows of a multiplex selling current and advance tickets.. the movies worth mention here could be Metro, Spidy 3, Shreak 3, Pirates of the Caribbean, Shootout at lokhandwala, Chinni Kum….

box office report.


Anonymous Fri Jun 01, 12:00:00 PM GMT+5:30  

Hi Mr.Dangi,
I liked the photos that you have posted. I was wondering have you ever seen the 'tent cinemas' as they are locally reffered to. They usually run older movies and might be found in the rural areas or in the outskirts. They were around when I was a kid.. don't know if they are still around.

Rajesh Dangi Fri Jun 01, 04:34:00 PM GMT+5:30  

Oh, yes. I do remember them while in my childhood specially in rural area's. PErhaps they still do exist in here, but yet to get to know about them!

Keropok Man Fri Jun 01, 05:27:00 PM GMT+5:30  


I just watched Shrek3 yesterday! :-)

julia Fri Jun 01, 05:27:00 PM GMT+5:30  

Shreak is a fun movie, global culture isn't it? support Bollywood - it must be the best

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R.A. Levin Sun Jun 03, 10:36:00 AM GMT+5:30  

Is the version of "Shootout" subtitled? The poster is completely in English!
I've been (im)patiently waiting for this film to show up in the U.S.


Rajesh Dangi Sun Jun 03, 12:48:00 PM GMT+5:30  


Julia, indeed we have seen Most of the indian cities are now join the d'day of such international films releases.

Robert, I guess this would as it hovers around the mumbai underworld spread across and controlled from outside india...

R.A. Levin Mon Jun 04, 09:43:00 PM GMT+5:30  

"Mumbai Underworld"..... Hmmm.
A lot of movies seem to make their way to home video, rather than the big screen, here.
Interesting choices amongst the films, though. Big B competing against his own product. ;)
"Cheeni Kum" seems to have done well with the professional critics, but not with the amateur ones.
(Has anyone noticed that Amitabh looks like he could be the twin brother of the late great Manchester United footballer, Georgie Best, in his early films?)