Raavan UK Box Office – Disaster in UK Too

Raavan Review – Beastly Nonsense

Folks, Raavan has turned out to be a big disaster in the UK too.

Hell, this is no surprise.

Indeed, no surprise at all.

After all, it’s an Abhishek Bachchan movie.

Here, the below table tells the sorry box office tale of Raavan in UK:

Raavan UK Box Office Report

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7 Responses to "Raavan UK Box Office – Disaster in UK Too"

  1. 1012900   June 22, 2010 at 9:22 am

    OMG, even Kites BO results are better.

    Abhishek sucks!

    The results for Raavanan are also better than this. Much better. It released only in 13 theatres and yet the average gross was more.

  2. rajesh jagetia   June 23, 2010 at 12:30 am

    Film failed miserably in India too, being termed as epic disaster.

    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    Epic Disaster has a nice feel to it.

    Though if you ask Senior Bachcha, he’ll describe it as an Editing Disaster. 😉

  3. dantheman   June 23, 2010 at 6:38 am

    Right now if I were Rohan Sippy, Ashutosh Gowanankiar, Karan Johar, Farhan Aktar, etc, I would be nervous big time. The ending scene of Raavan pretty much sums up Abjr’s career. Go away and don’t come back. Wonder how daddy is going help his son. I guess he is going to have to star in a couple of more films to help his son’s sorry career. Pretty pathetic that after 10 years he has only had one solo hit and that was hardly because of him. Possibly Raavan was the worst performance in his career.

    What is also funny that the total gross of Raavan (once done) will not match the opening of Hritik’s Kites. Hritik will bounce back with Gurzaarish. but honestly do people want to see Abjr anymore. If I were Ashutosh Gawinkar I would recast him. It is not too late.

    In the eighties Raj Kapoor tried to shove his son Rajiv Kapoor down our throats which coincidentally had only one hit too, Ram Teri Ganga Mali. Abjr is the Rajiv Kapoor of the Millenium.

    Abjr please go away. Not even your dad or wife can save your career

    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    1. You write: Wonder how daddy is going help his son.

    EZ, Very EZ – by falling at Big Cinemas’ CEO Anil Ambani’s feet and begging – Saab, U pleeze give one more chance for my incompetent son.

    Abhishek must be the laziest turd-pile in the world. Born with a silver-spoon, yet the dodo makes not the least effort.

    2. You write: In the eighties Raj Kapoor tried to shove his son Rajiv Kapoor down our throats which coincidentally had only one hit too, Ram Teri Ganga Mali.

    Ram Teri Ganga Mali was a hot subject those days because of Mandakini’s (in)famous tit-exposure scene.

  4. rakeshbaba   June 23, 2010 at 10:03 am

    which is your best of the two “rain man” or “forrest gump”?

    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    Both are fine movies but we liked Forrest Gump a wee bit better.

    • rakeshbaba   June 23, 2010 at 11:16 am

      yes both are super movies,but i thought rain man has more funnier moments than forrest gump,but forrest gump is more emotional,so in thier own way they are great movies.

      SearchIndia.com Responds:

      Here’s the Forrest Gump Review: http://searchindia.com/2008/10/29/forrest-gump-oh-baby-what-a-movie

  5. rakeshbaba   June 23, 2010 at 11:24 am

    now a days bollywood movies are very bad when compared to older movies,but i still think “taare zameen par”is the best movie in bollywood in last 5 years

    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    Taare Zameen Par, Dev D and Kaminey are some of the nice Hindi movies to have come out of the Bollywood cesspool in the last five years.

  6. rakeshbaba   June 23, 2010 at 12:21 pm

    do you think departed movie deserved oscar?

    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    Departed was a good movie but Oscar? Depends on the other contenders.

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