Mumbai :2006 will go down as one of the best years for Hindi cinema in recent times. After Rang De Basanti (Rs 51.7 crore), Fanaa (Rs 52.75 crore), Malamaal Weekly (Rs 25.11 crore) and Phir Hera Pheri (Rs 40.5 crore) Krrish has already crossed Rs 150 crore and still counting according to director Rakesh Roshan, bringing it into the league of the top five all-time grossers of Bollywood.
And now to join the select band will be Shree Ashtavinayak Cinevision Limited’s Golmaal-Fun Unlimited, this hilarious laughathon with fun unlimited continues to rock the billing register daily in spite of big releases by huge banners coming out every week. The film shows to packed audiences daily in multiplexes and single screen theatres all across India and has collected an astonishing Rs 69 crores in just a mere 20 days. It is a different issue that Krrish collected Rs 69 crore in just one week.
Rupen Amlani of Shree Ashtavinayak Cinevision Limited says, “We are very happy with the way our film is progressing and this isn’t the end, by next week it’s sure to gross 75 crores!” he says on an optimistic note