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Chennai Box-office: 'Anniyan' attack

Tuesday, 21 June , 2005, 17:23
Last Updated: Tuesday, 21 June , 2005, 18:28
 
 

A new box-office record has been created at Chennai box-office for weekend (June 17-19) with Anniyan grossing a whopping Rs 50,24,063 from six big theatres (Sathyam, Albert, Sangam, Padmam, Maharani, Kasi). From Sathyam Cinemas alone (14 shows at Sathyam, and two additional morning shows at Santham, Subham and Sree on Sat & Sun) Anniyan has grossed an unbelievable Rs 14, 07,870 from a single multiplex in South India for a weekend!

  1. Sathyam Cinemas- Rs 14, 07,870
  2. Albert- Rs 10,49,944
  3. Sangam- Rs 7,51,884
  4. Padmam- Rs 3,98,592
  5. Maharani- Rs 6,28,995
  6. Kasi- Rs 7,86,778

  7. Total Gross-Rs 50,24,063.

Finally after 10 weeks at the number one position Chandramukhi has been dethroned and is now at the second position. Batman Begins is at third position, Parineeta at number four and Mr & Mrs Smith at fifth place.

Film Cast Pluses Minuses Trade fact

Anniyan
Vikram, Sada, Prakash Raj, Vivek Vikram, riveting climax scene. A bit too lengthy in the first half. Is a super hit and has grossed Rs 50,24,063, the highest ever three day opening for any film in Chennai.

Chandramukhi
Rajnikanth, Prabhu, Jyothika, Nayantara Superstar No comments Still going steady in its tenth week.

Batman Begins
Christian Bale, Katie
Holmes
Engrossing Long winded. Has taken 100 percent opening at Sree.

Parineeta
Saif Ali Khan, Vidya Balan, Sanjay Dutt Story and presentation. Performance of lead actors Nothing really The class film has netted Rs 8.03 Lakhs from two Chennai screens .

Mr & Mrs Smith
Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie Pitt and Jolie chemistry on screen Wafer-thin storyline and is bit too long Has taken 100 percent opening at Sree theatre


(Ratings are based on the box office collections and the cost of the film)

Courtesy : Moviebuzz

 
 
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