‘Race 3’ Becomes The Biggest Opener of the Year; Beats Baaghi 2 & Padmavatby Opinion Express June 18, 2018 0 comments
Salman Khan’s Race 3 after becoming the highest opener of 2018, is expecting a great weekend box office collection. The Bollywood film, which was released on Eid opened to a record Rs 29.17 crore in India only.
The numbers are expected to go bigger with Eid festivities commencing on Saturday. The movie has overshadowed Parmanu, which made Rs 59.22 crore in four weeks, and Veere di Wedding, which has made Rs 77.83 crore in three weeks in India.
Despite bad ratings from critics, the movie has been a commercial success. Khan’s previous movies like Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Sultan and Tiger Zinda Hai have made more than Rs 100 crore in three days alone.
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Tom Hanks to the rescue
Actor Tom Hanks recently showed why he is one of the best actors as he leaped into action when a theatre-goer had a medical emergency during his performance as Falstaff in Shakespeare’s Henry IV. The two-time Oscar winner used his masterful improvisation skills to entertain a restless crowd at the Veterans Affairs’ West Los Angeles campus when the audience member fell unconscious. When paramedics arrived and began testing the patient, resulting in a 20-minute delay, Hanks decided to take matters into his own hands. He kept the audience focussed on him to allow the show’s crew, made up of military veterans with medical training, and later the paramedics, to treat the audience member without interruption.
Courtesy: The Pioneer