Kerala has a sunny summer box office!
Thursday, 1 January, 1970, 05:30
This fortnight, the clear winner at the number one position is Seniors. The movie, starring Jayaram, Bobban Kunchacko, Biju Menon and Manoj. K. Jayan and directed by Vysakh has been voted a super hit by trade analysts.The film has taken a distributors' share of Rs 4.05 Cr in just 20 days from releasing stations across Kerala. What makes this sweeter news is that the film's budget was around Rs 3.8 crAt number two is Mohanlal’s China Town. The flick is expected to earn Rs 6.5 Cr in 50 days. In third place is Urumi, which is holding steady in major districts.At number four is The Train followed by Dheera, the Malayalam dubbing of Ram Charan Teja’s Telugu blockbuster, Maghadheera in Telugu, which surprisingly took a good opening.
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Box-office top 5
Cast : Jayaram, Kunchacko Boban, Biju Menon, Manoj K Jayan, Padmapriya, Ananya and Meera Nandan
Director : Vysakh
Trade Facts : Crass
Cast : Mohanlal, Jayaram, Dileep, Kavya Madhavan
Director : Rafi-Mecartin
Trade Facts : Crass, slapstick
Comedy Crass, slapstick
Cast : Pritviraj, Prabhu Deva, Genelia, Jagathy, Nitya Menen
Director : Santhosh Sivan
Trade Facts : Too long
Visual extravaganza, technically brilliant Too long
Visual extravaganza, technically brilliant
Cast : Mammootty, Jayasurya and Aanchal Sabharwal
Director : Jayaraj
Trade Facts : Mammootty has nothing much to do.
Film okay in parts Mammootty has nothing much to do.
Film okay in parts
Cast : Ram Charan Teja, Kajal Agarwal, Srihari, Sunil and Brahmanandam
Director : S.S. Rajamouli
Trade Facts : Kajal Agarwal's emotional scenes are a drag
Stunts by Peter Haynes rule the roost Kajal Agarwal's emotional scenes are a drag
Stunts by Peter Haynes rule the roost