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It’s an unwritten rule that thou shalt not release your film around a biggie. This is especially when your film is quite a big film in itself. That’s why, you usually see the week after and before the release of a biggie is usually empty and sans any major release. For instance, there was no release at all last week since a week before that, the much-awaited Sanju had hit screens.
But all these rules are going to go out of the window in the last two months of the year. Believe it or not, there will be seven big-budget flicks releasing almost back to back in these months. This was known even before but now with India’s biggest film 2.0 announcing its date as November 29, the scenario has become quite ugly.
The period of madness will begin on Diwali day when Thugs Of Hindostan will release on Wednesday November 7. Starring Aamir Khan, Amitabh Bachchan, Katrina Kaif and Fatima Sana Shaikh, this period action entertainer promises to be high on scale, action and entertainment. Aamir has a lot of credibility and enjoys the trust of the audience. As a result, it is expected to perform very well at the box office.
The week after that won’t see a release. But on November 23, Tiger Shroff and Karan Johar’s first collaboration would be out, Student Of The Year 2. This time, he’s paired with two newbie hotties – Ananya Panday and Tara Sutaria. Tiger has gone on another level with his last film, Baaghi 2. Student Of The Year 2 would definitely get the advantage of the Baaghi 2 factor.
The last weekend of November is when the big clash will take place. The long-in-the-making 2.0, the sequel to the 2010 hit Robot, will be out. Starring Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar and Amy Jackson, it is touted as India’s most expensive film. The VFX and action should be top-class and hence, it has chances to be the biggest grosser of the year. The other release of that week would be Kedarnath, which also has been delayed and faced numerous issues. It stars Sushant Singh Rajput in the male lead and the female lead is by debutant Sara Ali Khan. This movie is also mounted on a big scale. But a clash with 2.0 would prove detrimental to its box office prospects. It remains to be seen if the makers change the release date or stay put.
December would begin on a fun note with the release of Total Dhamaal. It is the third part of the Dhamaal franchise but this time, the series has undergone a bit of a change. Sanjay Dutt and Ashish Chowdhry are missing. Arshad Warsi, Jaaved Jaaferi and Riteish Deshmukh are back and they are joined by Ajay Devgn, Madhuri Dixit and Anil Kapoor! The star cast is exciting and if the film turns out to be a fun-filled, clean comic caper, it can emerge as a huge success, even grossing Rs 100 crore.
December 14 is empty as of now and on December 21, Shah Rukh Khan would finally unveil his ambitious project Zero. Co-starring Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma and Salman Khan in a special appearance, the film has already generated excitement thanks to SRK’s dwarf avatar, song with Salman and the entertainment quotient. It’s a film that can bring back the respect for Shah Rukh which he lost with the colossal debacle of Jab Harry Met Sejal.
Finally, December 28 will see the release of Simmba, Ranveer Singh’s massiest film till date. Directed by Rohit Shetty, this flick should have the crazy fun moments of Shetty’s Golmaal series as well as some hard-hitting, intense sequences a la Singham.
All these films have the potential to be huge grossers. But with so many of them releasing in such a short period of time, they can eat into each other’s business. It remains to be seen if this arrangement would remain or whether better sense would prevail and the film’s releases would be postponed.
Singer Ed Sheeran has filed a lawsuit against musician Sam Chokri after losing royalties to his song “The Shape Of You”. The latter claimed the song was a copy of his 2015 track “Oh Why”.
Sheeran has not received royalties from the song, said to have amassed 20 million pounds in revenue, since May 10 when the Performing Rights Society ruled in favour of Chokri and put the track into “suspense”, reports The Sun.
Now, Sheeran’s lawyers have submitted a written complaint to the High Court on Saturday against Chokri, 25, and songwriter Ross O’Donoghue for “damaging (Sheeran) reputationally” and hitting his “revenue streams”.
They are seeking a declaration from the court to confirm Sheeran did not rip off the music, plus compensation.
The reality star Kylie Jenner has made to the Time’s list of 25 most influential people on the internet, along with rapper Kanye West. “TIME evaluated contenders by looking at their global impact on social media and their overall ability to drive news,” wrote the website.
The list appeared on Time’s Twitter handle with the caption, “@BusyPhilipps is on TIME’s list of the 25 Most Influential People on the Internet” The seven-member Korean pop act ‘BTS’ is also an important name in the list, with at least 50 million followers across English-language social media platforms.
The ‘Umbrella’ singer Rihanna made to the list, along with YouTubers like Naomi Watanabe and Logan and Jake Paul. President United States of America Donald Trump is also among the 25 most influential people on the internet due to his presence on the micro-blogging website Twitter.
British-Pakistani singer Zayn Malik will arrive in India for a multi-city tour in August. “He will kick-start the tour from Mumbai on August 3 and then head to cities like Kolkata, Hyderabad and Delhi. We are planning to organise his concert in Nepal too,” Vishal Pandey, Chief Operating Officer, JPR Events, told IANS.
Zayn found fame on the 2010 series of “The X Factor”. After delivering hits like “What makes you beautiful”, “Little things” and “Live while we’re young” as part of One Direction. He announced in 2015 that he was quitting the band to lead a “normal” life out of the spotlight.
“I was trying to get One Direction (to perform in India) but they did not have dates,” said Sunil Hamal, Director, JPR events, which is organising the tour along with Apar Mathur, owner of Blot Canvas PR. “Zayn has a very good fan following here so, I thought why not Zayn. I am also in touch with (his former bandmate) Liam Payne. I was little confused between Liam Payne and Zayn,” he added.
After leaving One Direction, Zayn dropped his first solo single, “Pillowtalk”, in 2016. Zayn also made cover versions of Indian singer Kailash Kher’s hit numbers “Teri deewani” and “Allah ke bande”. Earlier this year, the “Dusk till dawn” hitmaker shared that he worked with music maestro A.R. Rahman on one song.
His latest song “Entertainer”, released in May via RCA Records, is also being lauded.