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Ajay, Vijay and SRK set for big fight on Diwali day

Source : IANS
Last Updated: Wed, Nov 07, 2012 07:15 hrs
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The box office down south will see three big names - Bollywood stars Ajay Devgn and Shah Rukh Khan and southern star Vijay - vying for the top spot with their releases Son of Sardaar, Jab Tak Hai Jaan and Tamil action-thriller Thuppakki respectively. All three hit screens November 13.

Vijay, who is on a winning streak, is eyeing a hattrick with Thuppakki.

Specials: ThuppakkiSon of SardaarJab Tak Hai Jaan

"Vijay's last two films - Velayutham and Nanban were very successful. Both the films ran for 100-plus days. The former, which released on Diwali day last year, raked in more than Rs 50 crore at the box-office worldwide. Both films together collected more than Rs 100 crore," Trinath, a trade analyst, said.

Nanban, a Tamil remake of Bollywood blockbuster 3 Idiots, collected whopping Rs 4.2 crore in its first week in Chennai.

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh is set to give tough competition to Vijay at the ticket window.

"SRK is known for giving bumper openings. His last two films Ra.One and Don 2 were equally successful in Tamil Nadu. The former collected Rs 2.2 crore, while the latter raked in Rs 1.3 crore in the first two weeks," Trinath said.

He added that Ajay, who recently joined the Rs.100-crore club with Singham and Bol Bachchan, can't be taken lightly as well.

"Ajay's films may not have had good openings in Tamil Nadu vis-a-vis SRK films, but the actor having joined the league of successful actors with two commercially hit films needs to be taken seriously," he said.




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