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Top 5 movies

Posted by Admin On May - 30 - 2010

As the producers association and distributors association are coming up with newer bans on Other Language films release and stars, the atmosphere is not found to be around perfect at Mollywood. The monsoon showers have also started a week earlier than expected, which is also starting to take its effect on the audience coming to theatres. The week though with not many fresh releases had a few changes in their list of biggies at the Box Office.

1. Pokkiri Raja – This double offer featuring Mammootty and Prithviraj in equally important roles, has been applauded even in its third week, which helped it to remain at the top of the charts. This stylish, loud and colourful movie from debutant Vysakh, made at a 6.5 crores budget is much full of mass masala ingredients that it still bringing 50-60 percent collections from release centres. Still continuing 69 centres in the state, the movie is said to make a gross of 11 crores and a share around five crores from its three weeks run.

2 Mummy and Me- Jeethu Joseph’s ‘ Mummy and Me ‘ is gradually picking up, towards the end of the first week. The movie is taking into the collections of the other Sathyan movie on theatres. Featuring Urvashy and Archana Kavi in lead roles, this small budget film may break even, if marketed wisely.

3. Katha Thudarum – The Sathyan Anthikkad movie is not fetching enough family audiences as expected, though in all metros the movie is faring better. Now entering its fourth week, the movie may end up as a safe earner.

4 Pappy Appacha – As the movie is completing fifty days, this Dileep- Kavya starrer fares better than any of the recent Dileep movies. The colourful songs and the camaraderie of the lead pair have worked in favour of this movie by debutant Mamas. The movie is continuing in 17 centres in its sixth week.

5. In Ghost House Inn – Director Lal’s sequel to ‘Harihar Nagar’ is faring well, though not up to the mark of its prequels. Also in the theatres are Mohanlal’s ‘Alexander the Great’, which, as expected bombed at the box Office. One of the worst failures from Lal in recent times, the late promotions also seemed to have not worked well for the movie.

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