Kartik Aaryan, Bhumi Pednekar and Ananya Panday’s new film, Pati Patni Aur Woh, will ‘comfortably’ hit the half-century mark at the domestic box office within a week of release. The film’s current total, after four days, is Rs 41.6 crore.Trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted the figures on Tuesday. The film opened to Rs 9.1 crore on Friday, and followed it up with Rs 12.3 crore on Saturday and Rs 14.5 crore on Sunday, for a weekend haul of Rs 35.9 crore. It was Kartik’s biggest opening, continuing the young actor’s streak of success after films such as Sonu Ki Titu Ki Sweety and Luka Chuppi. #PatiPatniAurWoh stays super-strong on Day 4 [Mon]... Will comfortably hit half-century [₹ 50 cr] in *Week 1*... Neck-to-neck with #LukaChuppi, better than #SKTKS... Fri 9.10 cr, Sat 12.33 cr, Sun 14.51 cr, Mon 5.70 cr. Total: ₹ 41.64 cr. #India biz.— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) December 10, 2019 The Hindustan … [Read more...] about Pati Patni Aur Woh box office collection day 4: Kartik Aaryan’s film nears Rs 50 crore mark
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Murder mysteries, newly married couples, and sex comedies are on Bollywood's menu in June. The month kickstarts with choreographer-turned-director B H Tharun Kumar's Nayee Padosan -- a rehash of the evergreen 1968 comedy Padosan (Sunil Dutt, Mehmood, Kishore Kumar, Saira Banu) -- releasing on June 6.On the same day opens the controversial Khwahish (Himanshu Malik, Mallika Sherawat). Directed by Govind Menon, Khwahish deals with love, marriage and sex. Right after Nayee Padosan (Rahul Bhat, Vikas Kalantri, Anuj Sawhney, Aslam Khan, Mahek Chahal) and Khwahish, the much-delayed Aftab Shivdasani-Amisha Patel romantic comedy Suno Sasurjee will hit the screens. Up next, Sujoy Ghosh 's musical Jhankaar Beats, produced by Pritish Nandy Communications, brings in the story of three friends (Sanjay Suri, Rahul Bose, Shayan Munshi) discovering life, love, and contraceptives.Both Jhankaar Beats and Khwahish come across as blatantly frank in their attitude to man-woman … [Read more...] about Will it rain at the box office?
Report to UN climate change conference highlights benefits of Global Energy Interconnection system The world could realize net zero carbon emissions in the energy sector by the middle of the century if it builds a global grid of green energy sources, according to a report unveiled at the United Nations climate change conference. The Research Report on Global Energy Interconnection for Addressing Climate Change, suggests that the massive exploitation and utilization of fossil fuels is the root cause of climate change. From 1970 to 2018, fossil fuels caused 1.1 trillion metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions, accounting for more than 70 percent of total greenhouse gas emissions. The fundamental way to address climate change is to accelerate the development of clean energy and “decarbonization” of the energy system, it says. The report also provides a potential solution to address the problem via Global Energy Interconnection. Proposed by China in 2015, GEI is a globally … [Read more...] about China energy plan ‘could achieve zero emissions by 2050’
HONG KONG, CHINA - Media OutReach - 10 December 2019 - Kerry Logistics Network Limited ('Kerry Logistics'; Stock Code 0636.HK) is deepening its presence in the Middle East by setting up a new office in Bahrain and opening a new bonded logistics facility in Dubai, in order to extend its footprint and enhance its service capabilities as growth in the region gains momentum. The new addition of Bahrain increases Kerry Logistics' global network coverage to 55 countries and territories. In Bahrain, the new office focuses on serving the automotive, oil & gas, fashion & lifestyle and electronics & technology verticals with air, ocean and road freight, customs clearance and warehousing services. It marks a significant step for Kerry Logistics to strengthen its foothold in the Gulf Cooperation Council ('GCC') region. In Dubai, the new logistics facility commenced operation in December 2019 as a part of Kerry Logistics' expansion plans in the Middle … [Read more...] about Kerry Logistics Deepens Middle East Presence with New Office in Bahrain and Logistics Facility in Dubai
Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan picked his wife Gauri Khan’s trail as she walked ahead of him at an award show. It is no surprise that the video of the incident went viral on the internet in no time. In the video, which has garnered more than four lakh views alone on Instagram, viewers can see King Khan walking behind his lady love. While entering the passage he picked up Gauri’s trail. Mrs Khan was wearing a black dress with a bit of green, while the Badshah can be seen wearing a black suit. Soon after the video went online, Khan’s gesture was lauded as that of a gentleman. Fans commented saying, ‘Always a gentleman’, ‘King for a reason’, tons of heart emojis among a lot of other positive comments. Check it out below: View this post on Instagram When the Queen arrives here is what KIng Khan does ❤❤❤❤ A post shared by Viral Bhayani (@viralbhayani) on Dec 9, 2019 at 9:16am PST The couple who were twinning in … [Read more...] about Shah Rukh Khan is Winning Hearts on the Internet for This Special Gesture
There is a moment when gamblers realise that betting on the same horse after a string of losses is hopeless. That moment has arrived at the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) after officials at the government’s economic forecaster finally gave up betting that Britain’s labour productivity was about to race to the head of the international pack. After seven years of predictions that it would bounce back from virtually zero to nearer the 2.1% average seen in the pre-crisis period, the OBR has thrown in the towel. Few would consider the OBR as a home for speculators and cardsharps, ready to bet their futures, and the country’s, on a rebound over the next five years in the output of the average worker. Yet the turnaround reveals a huge amount of wishful thinking. Officials now say that the productive capacity of the economy – as measured by the output of the average worker per hour worked – will be closer to the 0.2% seen this year than the 1.6% it … [Read more...] about OBR has finally admitted the UK’s productivity hasn’t bounced back