|John Abraham, Nargis Fakhri, Siddhartha Basu, Dibang, Prakash Belawadi, Ajay Ratnam, Raashi Khanna, Piyush Pandey, Sanjay Gurbaxani, Kannan Arunachalam||A terrific thriller with several poignant moments and episodes that leave a stunning impact.||Difficult to find||Witnessed tremendous escalation in business over the weekend. The film grew from strength to strength with each passing day, thus adding to a fantastic [weekend] total. Although targeted at multiplexes of urban centres, the upward trend in mass-dominated circuits — dominated by single screens — sprung a pleasant surprise as well. The terrific word of mouth should ensure a smooth run on weekdays as well. Collected approx Rs 20.42 cr to 20.67 cr nett in its opening weekend. Breakup: Fri 5.17 cr, Sat 7 cr, Sun 8.25 cr to 8.50 cr|
|Deepika Padukone, Shah Rukh Khan, Sathyaraj, Nikitin Dheer, Lekh Tandon, Kamini Kaushal||An old-fashioned masala entertainer that works with lovers of unabashed entertainment||Gets predictable at times||Became the highest grosser of Hindi cinema on Friday [3rd Week] and continued its momentum during the weekend. The film continues to set new benchmarks in India and also in the international markets. Collected Rs 10.48 cr nett in Weekend 3. Breakup:- Fri 2.12 cr, Sat 3.61 cr, Sun 4.75 cr. Grand total: Rs 211.03 cr. All Time Blockbuster.|
Once Upon Ay Time In Mumbai Dobaara!
|Akshay Kumar, Imran Khan, Sonakshi Sinha, Sonali Bendre Behl, Sophie Choudhry, Sarfaraz Khan, Mahesh Manjrekar, Abhimanyu Singh, Pitobash, Hussain Shaikh, Mushtaq Khan, Chetan Hansraj||Some interesting moments in the post-interval portions. Competent performances. Powerful dialogue||Writing could’ve been sharper. Pales in comparison to its prequel||The business witnessed a noticeable decline in Weekend 2. Will entail losses|
(Ratings are based on the box office collections and the cost of the film)