India’s leading satirical news website, Faking News conducted a worldwide survey to understand the success of Jurassic World and the results are shocking. Indians relate to Jurassic World more than anyone else in the world.
“We realized that we producers were missing out on a huge chunk of revenue by not monetizing the trailers and decided to be the first ones to set such a trend,” producer claimed.
Although Bajrangi Bhaijaan’s trailer that was released yesterday, received generally positive reviews from public and critics alike, some hardcore Salman Khan fans were shocked to find the film actually having some story line.
Now that Bombay Velvet has turned out to be a box office disaster, producers of the film have decided to take some unheard of steps to minimize losses.
Not only that, the cost of jewelry and special effects to be used in opening item number of the movie alone will cost more than the landing cost of total rocket-fuel burnt during launch of Mangalyaan.
Arguing that not only will the film be a 300 crore blockbuster, the filmmakers feel that this time Salman would also be able to sweep all critics off their feet.
The incident reportedly happened at the sets of Ravi Teja’s upcoming movie “Kick 2”.
Well known director of contemporary Indian cinema Anurag Cashyup is reportedly working on Indian version of Fast and Furious series called “Prachand Raftaar”.
Supriya Jangid a social activist and professor of political history at a local university is making news for her latest controversial book on Spartan civilization and their epic battle with Persian army, which took place a few thousand years back.
24 year old Prakash, who earlier didn’t like the movie Birdman, is now reconsidering his opinion after the American black comedy drama won four awards, including the best picture title at the 2015 Oscars.