The U.S. box office numbers for Ranbir Kapoor’s new movie Rockstar are out.
And, hey, the numbers look pretty decent.
For the November 11-13, 2011 opening weekend in the U.S., Rockstar pulled in $612,235 from 112-screens giving it a respectable average gross of $5,466.
Rockstar was Ranbir’s 10th movie.
The 29-year-old actor, who hails from India’s first family of actors, the Kapoors, made his Bollywood debut in Saawariya in 2007.
By most accounts, Ranbir Kapoor is considered one of the finest Indian actors from the younger generation.
Here’s how Rockstar fared at the U.S. box office compared to a few prominent Bollywood films:
Rockstar – Fails to Rock but OK by Indian Standards
Film is doing excellent business too on the strengths of youth, this is biggest opener for Ranbir as solo lead.
In fact, he is being touted next superstar after khans.
Unless, Ranbir engages in some self-destructive activity like his character in Rockstar he will lord over Bollywood for a long time.
Look at this! http://www.rediff.com/movies/review/review-sri-ramarajyam/20111117.htm
Nayantara as Sita :p Dara singh’s son repeating his father’s act of Hanuman. “Optical feast” 😀
Excerpt from the above review:
Ha ha, ha. God, we hope the jackass was washing his head. 😉
The fact that Brahmanandam is so beloved of the Telugus is alone enough to condemn the entire Telugu community as a large bunch of uncivilized troglodytes.
His irksome, simian antics in movie after movie drives us up the wall. And that’s just the kind of stuff Telugus lap up.
Just goes to prove that you can put all the clothes on chimps and all the degrees after their names but at the end of the day a chimp is a chimp is a chimp!