“Well, since I can’t work with him on the screen why not have some fun on the sofa” said Kareena to Karan Johar on “Koffee with Karan”. Did I leave you thinking? Hey folks, its “Bhanda phod” time!
Well, after his recent flick ‘Tanu Weds Manu’ left cash registers ringing at the box-office, hero Madhavan, who is on cloud nine at present, is eagerly looking forward to the second installment of ‘Tanu Weds Manu’.
The romcom ‘Tanu Weds Manu', released all over on Feb. 25, has not only charmed the moviegoers across the nation, but has also fetched the lead actors, R. Madhavan and Kangana Ranaut humongous accolades for their mind-blowing performance.
Reportedly, the total collections of the week in the eastern Punjab amounted to Rs. 2,50,08,501.
As per the latest details unveiled by Box-Office India, 'Tanu Weds Manu' saw a 20-25 percent increment in its collection. The film accumulated 4.10 crore nett on Saturday, while the Friday collection was 3.50 crore nett.
Hence, this romantic-comedy genre is expected to glean Rs 11-11.50 crore nett as its weekend collection.
Anand L. Rai's depiction of Punjabi culture in the film has probably mesmerized the audience.
As per the latest details revealed by Box-Office India, 'Tanu Weds Manu', a romantic-comedy, garnered excellent response on the initial day of its release, especially from North.
According to the latest details revealed by Box-Office India, Anand L. Rai's 'Tanu Weds Manu' endured an excellent response at the theatres in North, in the initial day of its release.
The hottie said that she hailed from North, a region where one can find several personalities akin to ‘Tanu’ and as such, she was well acquainted with the nature and lifestyle of such girls.
As per recent tabloids buzz, Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut has managed to anger her ‘Tanu Weds Manu’ co-star R. Madhavan (also known as ‘Maddy’) with her attention-seeking antics at film’s promotional events.
Reportedly, Kangana is not just busy hogging the limelight, but much to Madhavan’s displeasure, is also deciding how things should be done at publicity events that too without consulting anyone else.