Bengaluru Box office (Jan 14 to 16)
Monday, 17 January, 2011, 07:23
Despite the opposition from four Telugu and three Tamil films, Boss starring Darshan and Navya Nair seems to be the big winner among the Sakranthi releases. The film has been uniformly well received in the first three days of its release. The film is expected to take the distributors share of around Rs. 3.25 to Rs. 3.5 crores in the first week which will be a record. Another Kannada film that is doing reasonably well is Yesh starrer Modhala Sala directed by debutant Purushotham. The film has been released in a few theatres in Bengaluru which has enabled the producers to make a decent share from its run. The producers also sold coupons in advance which ensure a steady flow of people to the theatres screening the film. All the three Tamil releases seems to be good in their content. The openings have been exceptionally good in the case of Kavalan which was released on Saturday. Among the ohter films it is the Dhanush starrer Adukalam which is doing well. Among the four Telugu releases it is Ravi Teja's Mirpakaaya which is ahead of the other films.
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Box-office top 5
Cast : Darshan, Navya Nair
Director : Raghu Raj
Trade Facts : Super opening.
Darshan's double damaka with fights and punch dialogues.
Dragging first half.
Cast : Yesh, Bhama
Director : Purushotham
Trade Facts : Good collections.
Rangayana Raghu and Tara's brilliant performance, neat narration, music.
Dragging climax, forced sentiments.
Cast : Vijay, Asin
Director : Siddique
Trade Facts : Good opening.
Vijay's performance, climax
Asin, weak story
Cast : Ravi Teja, Richa
Director : Harish Shankar
Trade Facts : Decent opening
Ravi Teja's powerful presence
Weak script, boring second half.
Cast : Balakrishna, Sheela, Ameesha Patel
Director : Dasari Narayana Rao.
Trade Facts : Disaster
Mani Sharma's background score.
Poor script, weak direction, illogical narration.