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Sunday, April 03, 2005

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Ahlik

If a section of the media is yirtng to pull down a film, and it gets about the same (or say even 10-15 % fall on second day, after a holiday), struggle is a very harsh word. I feel it is splendid- 19-19.5 crores in two days, in the day of exams.Never expectd these kind of excuses frm ur side..if ur considering friday as holiday then ur expectng 9.5 cr as good with 2600 screen(hit music + huge promtn).. Dnt forgot it is multiplex movie and it as hardly jump 5% in mplx where fri was non holiday Dnt forgot abt its budget Ur just gvng excuses for Av U Hav to except that either av has taken low opening r it is trendng poor .May sunday wil be huge as usual movie does bt stl it wl struggle

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