While Jabariya Jodi is a romcom entertainer, Marjaavaan is an intense love story. Shershaah on the other hand is an action-drama biopic.
Kabir Singh, a remake of Vijay Deverakonda-starrer Arjun Reddy released in 2017, joins the long list of remakes Bollywood has banked on for years.
The super start that the film has taken (an opening day of Rs 20.20 crore) is a testimony to that as well as now one can well expect many more intense love stories coming for the audience that take a "no-bars-held" approach.
Even Shahid Kapoor wouldn't have imagined the film opening on such an excellent note
Now all eyes are on Dabangg 3 to bring back the kind of magic that is associated with Salman Khan's films. Given the Christmas release of the film, one hopes to see the superstar back in the Rs 300 crore club fold
Hollywood is pulling out all stops to take advantage of the Indian market which has become an important territory for them due to the growing interest in English films
Khan has managed to breach the Rs 100 crore mark in each of these films, and his latest release Bharat took this tally to 14 straight centuries at the Box Office.
The movie is a remake of the Korean film, Ode to My Father.
Expectations from the new Salman Khan offering Bharat is that it is likely to surpass the day one number of Sultan -- which has been the biggest opener during Eid
Released on 250 screens on April 11, The Tashkent Files saw reduced number of screens every time a big-budget film hit the theatres.
Various Bollywood biggies are set to clash against one another this year.
A major box office success is expected from Katrina Kaif. Stage is set for her film 'Bharat' to release next week.
Ranveer Singh's '83 is aiming for April 2020 release
Here are some of the Bollywood stars who have done similar roles in recent times.
Eid releases like Salman Khan’s Bharat and Dark Phoenix from the X-Men franchise will keep up the strong momentum at the Indian box office.
The Akiv Ali directed film is more than just a comedy that the promo might have suggested and instead brings sensitive issues such as divorce, remarriage and live-in relationships to light.
The growing awareness about healthy living and fitness have caught the fancy of Bollywood actors and producers as an attractive investment option
Student of the Year 2 has beaten initial expectations, Avengers: End Game's sensational run at the Box Office has slowed down, De De Pyaar De could emerge as the dark horse. Read on to find out what happened in Bollywood this week.
The success that he has managed, especially during last couple of years, has resulted in good moolah riding on him.
The film featuring Salman Khan as the central protagonist and the numero uno superstar has the target set already -- he needs to score a triple century.
Student of the Year was a career launcher for Varun Dhawan, Alia Bhatt and Sidharth Malhotra. Now, the second installation is expected to do the same for Ananya Pandey and Tara Sutaria.
The actor, who plays Modi in the biopic "PM Narendra Modi", asked Delhiites to vote for the prime minister on all seven seats in the city.
Each one of these young actors have a couple of major releases coming up and it could well be a matter of time before they bounce back.
No other Hollywood film has seen this kind of success before in India. The biggest before this was the previous installment of the Avengers frachise —Avengers: Infinity War, which had collected Rs 226 crore.
With Rs 28 crore on the sixth day of its release, the film has pocketed as much as Rs 244 crore.