Will Jai Ho End Dhoom 3’s Dream Run At The Box Office?

Jai Ho Dhoom 3 Cover PicIt has been a month since Aamir Khan starrer Dhoom 3 was released. And since then, it has had a dream run at the Box Office with no major film being released.

Dhoom 3 thus has had a fantastic theatrical run in Indian and overseas markets, has broken a lot of records, created some records and has gone on to become Bollywood’s top grosser at the Box Office.

Now, on January 24, 2014, about twenty hours from now, Salman Khan‘s Jai Ho will hit the silver screen and looks like that it will be Jai Ho that could end the dream run for Dhoom 3.

According to our predictions, the release of Jai Ho will slow down the business of Dhoom 3, as the number of screenings will be reduced.

Dhoom 3 had the highest screen count in India with 4,500 screens. Official reports are yet to come in but from what we hear, Jai Ho will be releasing in around 5,000 screens in India and around 650 screens abroad, which is the highest recorded screen, count ever for a Salman starrer.

People who saw the film at the screening a couple of days ago state that the film is a total entertainer. Jai Ho is a typical potboiler and has all the ingredients of a typical Bollywood film. It has a lot of action – something the audience can look forward to!

The climax of the film is its highlight. It’s been shot at multiple locations and has a major bike chase sequence.

Jai Ho is a story of an upright common man who fights a solitary war against corruption and injustice. The film is a remake of Telugu film Stalin, and also stars TabuSana KhanDaisy Shah and Danny Denzongpa, among others.

Now whether or not the screen count goes beyond 5,000, one thing is for sure, Jai Ho will start with a bang at the Box Office and the audience is sure to applaud Jai, the character that Salman Khan essays in Jai Ho.

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