Meanwhile, Prakash Jha's movie 'Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai' starring Laila Ali, fresh from the success of 'Dum Laga Ke Haisha' starring Kareena Kapoor Khan and 'Kapoor and Sons' starring Sonam Kapoor, is creating waves in box office. While its the third weekend of its release, the film has already minted Rs 150 crore with a total of Rs 400 crore - 'Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai' is expected to be an average hit.According to trade reports, the film has raked in Rs 2.33 crore per day at the box office. From its first day of release on Thursday (6 Jan, 2023), it has also added Rs 2.55 crore on its opening day. However, due to the success of the movie, the director is hopeful that the film would also make an extraordinary third weekend collection. It is being said that the film has only one more week left in its run in the theatres.Prakash Jha's 'Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai' is the first Hindi film to rake in as much as Rs 150 crore.End of News Today
Mumbai: With Bollywood's biggest year of the decade also being its most prolific year for the longest time, the city is indeed the most valuable Bollywood hub. A 2013 report by India Brand Equity Foundation, one of the largest foundations in India, says the city's total brand value has increased by 20 per cent in a decade. Bollywood's impressive growth has not been due to just Hindi films, but Hindi films have played a major role in the city's growth. The report estimates that the film industry adds 8.5 per cent to the city's real GDP. Mumbai's reputation for movies is well-known. Starting with the classic Bombay box office bonanza, Bollywood's clout also extends to the global arena. Mumbai has had a huge influence on global trends, especially fashion. From Thakur Ranbir to Gautam and from Salman to Sonam, Bollywood stars have been famous for their sense of fashion. The city has also been ahead of its time in terms of music.
Karan Johar and Priyanka Chopra's film Ae Dil Hai Mushkil opened to a grand total of Rs. 3.15 crore (Rs. 302.15 million) on its opening day. This is an increase of 27 percent or Rs. 1.16 crore (Rs. 108.6 million) over the opening day of Kedarnath (Rs. 2.76 crore [Rs. 274.76 million] on 3 June 2015). It had a first day total of Rs 3.15 crore in India, Rs. 4.17 crore in the UAE (UAE's equivalent of $2 million), Rs. 1.45 crore in the UK, Rs. 5.73 crore in the USA, Rs. 1.63 crore in the Philippines and Rs. 2.15 crore in Australia. Worldwide, the film has grossed $21.6 million. Srk accused of encouraging piracy