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DON2:REVIEWS pg 9(TOI) (Page 116)

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United Kingdom 2011: Don 2 Egdes Out Ra.One And Bodyguard 

 

Wednesday 18th January 2012 10.00 IST

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Don 2 has just edged out Ra.One and Bodyguard as top grosser of 2001. Don 2 had favourable release period in Christmas and Bodyguard releaesed on Eid which is also a great release period in UK. Below are the top grossers of UK in 2011.

  

1. Don 2 - 1,450,000 (Expected)

 

2. Ra.One - 1,430,000

 

3. Bodyguard - 1,420,000

 

4. Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara - 900,000

 

5. Patiala House - 710,000

 

6. Ready - 625,000

 

7. Desi Boyz - 595,000

 

8. Yamla Pagla Deewana - 540,000

 

9. Delhi Belly - 480,000

 

10. Mere Brother Ki Dulhan - 475,000

North America Top Ten 2011 DON 2 Tops

 

Thursday 19th January 2012 11.00 IST

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The top ten grossers in North America for 2011 are as follows. Don 2 tops followed by Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara. Both  films crossed the $3 million mark

1. Don 2 - $3,725,000 (expected)

2. Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara - $3,110,000

3. Ra.One - $2,510,000

4. Bodyguard - $1,840,000

5. Delhi Belly $1,535,000

6. Desi Boyz -$1,100,000

7. Yamla Pagla Deewana - $1,000,000

8. Rockstar - $987,000

9. Ready - $956,000

10. Mausam - $727,000


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The many 'Shah Rukhis' of Vienna head for Berlin

For 51-year-old Maria Stella Hinterndorfer, the wait has only just begun. Called "Shah Rukhi number one", she is one of the most ardent fans of Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan.

She booked her flight and hotel in Berlin soon after she heard that Shah Rukh will be back in the city Feb 11 for a screening of his latest film "Don 2: The King Is Back" at the Berlinale that opens Feb 9. And she is not the only one.

Eighteen-year-old Selma from Morocco has been allowed a trip to Berlin by her father only because Stella has promised to chaperone her.

"Seven years ago when I decided to fulfil my dream of meeting Shah Rukh in person, I was a non-English speaking, very shy and private person. It was other fans who helped me and gave me the confidence and generous tips on how to be photographed with him, to get autographs and hugs from Shah Rukh," recalled Stella to an IANS correspondent.

Gabi Pirkfellner, a potter at Vienna's 300-year-old Augarten porcelain, said she will fly to Berlin Feb 10. She will spend all of the following day waiting for a glimpse of Shah Rukh and in trying to get two tickets for the screening of "Don 2" for herself, and for Eva Richter, another fan. She will be back at work in Vienna Feb 13.

The hit-and-run visit of these Shah Rukh fans in Vienna to Berlin will cost the girls around 400 euros (over Rs.25,000) each. However, different fans give different reasons for splurging.

Stella is jobless at present, but it's important for her to see Shah Rukh if only to find out how much of a fan she still is.

Hundreds of Europeans like Stella are counted among the first fans of Shah Rukh after a private German entertainment channel first beamed "Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham" dubbed in the German language in December 2004.

This was the first time a series of Bollywood films were shown regularly on a television channel at prime time.

"I found the story of the film very strange. I did not like the role of the mother in 'Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham'. But the only reason I did not turn away from the film was Shah Rukh. I could not take my eyes off him," professor Elke Mader responsible for introducing Bollywood studies at the Social and Cultural Anthropology Department of the University of Vienna, told IANS.

Subsequently the professor spent all her free time watching Shah Rukh films, often till the wee hours of a morning. She has spent years reaching out to other Shah Rukh fans in person and online and has travelled all over Europe to meet the superstar in flesh and blood.

However, this year she will not travel to Berlin to see Shah Rukh.

"I tell myself my mother needs me. I tell myself I don't want to wait outside his hotel and outside the cinema hall in snowfall any more. But two years ago none of these excuses would have worked. I would have gone to see Shah Rukh no matter what," Elke says.

If new fans are making it to the list, the older ones have mellowed and no longer shy away from criticising some of the super star's latest work.

Some first fans of Shah Rukh are even suffering from the proverbial seven-year itch that may have crept into their relationship with the Bollywood superstar.

Stella is nostalgic about films like "Baazigar" and "Karan Arjun". She had fallen in love with the fire that she found in the performance of his early films. She saw "RA.One" when it opened in a cineplex in Vienna last year and was not thrilled.

"The more money that Shah Rukh spends on a film and the harder he tries to be funny, the more mediocre he comes across on screen these days. I miss sincerity and the fire in his performances," sighs Stella.

However, there are still hundreds of other Europeans who look forward to collectively cheering Shah Rukh at the Berlinale this year as well.

It is the secret hope of Stella that Selma's newfound craze for Shah Rukh will infuse fresh life into her own withering love for the Bollywood superstar.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/bollywood/news-interviews/The-many-Shah-Rukhis-of-Vienna-head-for-Berlin/articleshow/11567446.cms

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#Don2 *India* 1st week - 75.32 cr, 2nd week - 27.91 cr, 3rd week - 5.04 cr, 4th week - 1.57 cr. Total: Rs 109.84 cr nett.
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Top Worldwide Openings ALL TIME: Ra.One And Don 2 Lead

 

Wednesday 25th January 2012 10.00 IST

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The Worldwide opening weekends in the history of Hindi film industry are listed below. All figures are worldwide gross figures. The currency conversion is taken as rate on Monday after weekend.

 

1. Ra.One* (2011) - 90.04 crore

 

2. Don 2* (2011) - 89.32 crore

 

3. Bodyguard (2011) - 87.64 crore

  

4. Dabangg (2010) - 76.69 crore

 

5. Three Idiots (2009) - 69.20 crore

 

6. Ready (2011) - 66.87 crore

 

7. My Name Is Khan (2010) - 65.30 crore

 

8. Tees Maar Khan (2010) - 58.93 crore

 

9. Golmaal 3 (2010) - 55.92 crore

 

10. Raajneeti (2010) - 54.85 crore

 

11. Ghajini (2008) -  53.31 crore

 

12. Love Aaj Kal (2009) - 51.80 crore

 

13. Rockstar (2011) - 50.90 crore

 

14. Housefull (2010) - 50.62 crore

 

15. Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi (2008)- 49.45 crore

 

16. Kites (2010) - 48.54 crorw

 

17. Singh Kinng (2008) - 47.50 crore

 

18. Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (2011) - 46.92 crore

 

19. Om Shanti Om (2007) - 46.85 crore

 

20. The Dirty Picture (2011) - 44.80 crore

21. Singham (2011) - 42.82 crore

22. Desi Boyz (2011) - 42.26 crore

23. Mere Brother Ki Dulhan (2011) - 41.81 crore

24. Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna (2006) - 41.69 crore

25. Kambakkht Ishq (2009) - 41.52 crore

 

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Mysore Final Figures 2011 Don 2 is Number One

 

Thursday 23rd February 2012 10.00 IST

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Don 2 and The Dirty Picture have finished there rub in Mysore and the final figures for 2011 are as follows. First are nett figures then the distributor shares.

 

Mysore 2011 - Nett Collections

1. Don 2 - 8.57 crore

2. Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara - 7.73 crore

3. Ra.One - 6.51 crore

4. Bodyguard - 5.84 crore

5. Delhi Belly - 4.79 crore

6. Ready - 3.81 crore

7. The Dirty Picture - 3.76 crore

8. Rockstar - 3.66 crore

9. Mere Brother Ki Dulhan - 3.06 crore

10. Dum Maaro Dum - 2.22 crore

 

Mysore 2011 - Distributor Shares

1. Don 2 - 4.36 crore

3. Ra.One - 3.43 crore

2. Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara - 3.39 crore

4. Bodyguard - 3.10 crore

5. Delhi Belly - 2.31 crore

6. Ready - 1.88 crore

7. The Dirty Picture - 1.86 crore

8. Rockstar - 1.81 crore

9. Mere Brother Ki Dulhan - 1.51 crore

10. Singham - 1.04 crore



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Finally, saw Don2!  it was pretty good, especially the dialogues. 
 
loved the ending, wasn't expecting it at all! 
 
 
overall, a good watch... i'll give it 4 out of 5!

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