Has the capability and standard of our hindi film industry fallen so badly that we now talk about only ‘box office collection’ in terms of 100 cr, this month, vs kick or any other average film like 3 idiots? I hope you are aware that, public dislike comes from defect in release date [numerology wise]. And also when the film title is not adding to lucky numerology.
Yes, 3 idiots was not such a big hit when we ‘vanish’ the created good media reports and publicity surrounding it. Which section of viewers would keep our ‘300’ cr collection films at par with real hits like Shree 420, mughal-e-aazam, Sholay, Don?
Creating ‘attractive’, illusive, lustful media reports and flashing ‘killing worldwide’ ‘smash hit worldwide’ doesn’t serve the real purpose, does it?
We are in bollywood to produce excellent entertaining movies for public, not for ourselves. Good film makers find it dis-tasteful when he learns that his recent release made record opening day collection, but the fans didn’t like the film.
Even the actor remains restless, until he delivers a genuine hit [not mere box office hit]. What is the sense of comparing this week/month release vs kick when the kick itself was not liked by public much?
Box office collections are necessary, of course. And that too, in big figures. Then only one recovers the huge amount spent on making the film. Budget of the film is a tension for producer.
I hope you are aware that, public dislike comes from defect in release date [numerology wise]. And also when the film title is not adding to lucky numerology.
When we take care of these two things, we can turn our films into ‘genuine’ likeable film. And when this happens, the earnings of the film from ticket collection would naturally be very very high.
Most of the releases in the past 3 years, incl 2014, had imperfect movie title or release date or both. And we have been regularly pointing out this since 2012. JTHJ, Dabangg 2, OUATIMD, Zanjeer, Jism 2, Ragini mms 2, Dhoom 3, Krrish 3, kick, jai ho, and others.
Krrish and dhoom are such series where you have to care for the thrill of the fans, seriously. You just can’t satisfy the public showing its collection records. The content needs to be excellent, and for this, the numerology of their film title and release date need to be flawless.
Happy Ending, this week release, serves the example of bad numerology. The title adding to 23 plus 23= 46…not bad. But release date nov 21 was subject to reversal creating Ileana happy ending bikini pics were creating a stir but ends up dull.
When there is a 11, it kills the movie. JTHJ, Jism 2, Dabangg 2, Dhoom 2 had 11 in its dates/title. And all of them had one common feature- it bored the fans/viewers alike.