Monday, December 15, 2014

Aamir Khan suggests Raju Hirani to make a movie with ‘Three Khans’ together!

The month of December has been quite special for the Bollywood’s most sought after ‘Three Khans’. The trio- Shah Rukh, Salman and Aamir Khan has displayed their fondness for each other at several public functions during the month. Thus raising hope of three Khan’s sharing space in a film together.

Since the past two decades ever since Shah Rukh, Salman and Aamir Khan became the most adored stars of film buffs there have been speculations of casting the three together. However, despite popular demands the three ‘Khans’ could not be cast together even by film stalwarts like Yash Chopra, Karan Johar, Subhash Ghai or Sanjay Leena Bansali.

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And now we hear that Aamir Khan has initiated a step in the direction of making a movie that would feature the three ‘Khans’ together! Guess who would direct the film? Hold your breath … he is none other but the film director with golden touch - Raju Hirani. 

According to a report Aamir Khan expressed his desire to film maker Raju Hirani during the promotion of his film PK in Jaipur. An insider said, “Aamir Khan is quite impressed by the direction of Raju Hirani. Since the director has the ability of combining entertainment and intense subjects quite brilliantly hence Aamir suggested Raju Hirani to direct a film with him, Salman and Shah Rukh together.” 

The craze to watch the three Khans’ together on the silver screen is not just limited to the film buffs but even the film fraternity in dying to watch the miracle. 

A glimpse of this thirst to watch the ‘three Khans’ together was visible at the Stardust Awards Nite when a television journalist asked film celebrities to pick which option they would most prefer from a) The three Khans doing a film together b) Salman Khan getting married 3) Ranbir-Katrina getting married. Interestingly most preferred to watch three Khans doing a film together! From Deepika Padukone, Jacqueline Fernandes, Sonu Sood, Raveena Tandon, Rajkummar Rao, Madhur Bhandarkar, Bipasha Basu, Neil Nitin Mukesh to Rakhi Sawant everybody wanted the three khans to act in a film together.

Rajinikanth Mania helps LINGAA cross 100 Crore Club in 3 days!

The Rajnikanth mania associated with a Rajinikanth movie has been yet again proved with LINGAA breaking all box office records and becoming the fastest Tamil film to join the 100 crore club! The movie according to trade pundits has collected a colossal Rs 102 crore rupees in its first weekend. 

Though the movie has not gone down well with few hardcore film critics yet movie buffs have given their thumps up and declared the movie super hit.

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The typical Rajinikanth Mania was seen to be believed at the premier of LINGAA which was held at several theatres at 1 a.m. on Friday. Film fanatic had thronged the theatres even before Thursday midnight to watch the premiere. The theatre management had hard time controlling the crowd. There was furor and turmoil all around with chanting of ‘Happy Birthday Rajinikanth’ echoing all around! 

On its first day (Friday) itself, the movie managed to gross Rs 32 crore becoming the first Kollywood movie to do so. Interestingly LINGAA also collected Rs 33 crores worldwide on its first day, making it First Tamil movie to have biggest-ever first day collection. 

Elated at the heartening response from audience Nandu Ahuja, Theatrical Head, Eros International, said, “There is just one word to describe reactions post the film's release - Unbelievable! We have got fantastic showcasing for the film pan India and overseas with some theatres running as many as 72 SHOWS DAILY! 

The Rajinikanth mania associated with the superstar reached places outside the South states as well. According to reports from certain screens at PVR where shows were booked well in advance and are still running into packed houses.

In Mumbai too, renowned Aurora theater in Matunga witnessed people thronging the cinema hall in huge numbers right through the weekend