Compared to the past few years, Bollywood films has better first half in 2011
Compared to the past few years, Bollywood films has better first half of the year. The first half of 2011 saw investments of Rs 300-350 crore in the Hindi film industry, compared to Rs 600 crore in 2010. According to film trade analysts, the losses have been roughly of Rs 150 crore this year, compared with Rs 300 crore last year.
Of the 47 releases in the first half, About 11 have been declared hits. Among the hits of the first six months have been Salman Khan’s Ready — leading the pack with Rs 120 crore — and Reliance Big Pictures’s Double Dhaamal with a collection of Rs 46 crore so far. Other prominent movies include Yamla Pagla Deewana (Rs 55 crore), Viacom18 Motion Pictures’s Tanu Weds Manu (Rs 38.75 crore), Vikram Bhatt’s Haunted 3D (Rs 26.25 crore) and UTV Motion Pictures’ No One Killed Jessica (Rs 29.25 crore).
Low-budget films with strong storylines, such as Shaitan, Pyaar ka Panchnama, Dhobi Ghat and Ragini MMS also did quite well.
Among Hollywood movies Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Fast & Furious 5, Kung Fu Panda 2 and Hangover 2 were did good business
( Source- Business Standard)
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