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following article of The Hindu today which has come
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Sivaji still doing wonders at box office. (India
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-- The Boss' continues reign at box office
Superstar Rajini in "Sivaji". Photo: By Special
Delhi, Sept 21 (PTI): Rajnikanth's latest
blockbuster "Sivaji -- The Boss" is set to complete
its 100th day tomorrow in 111 theatres in India and
abroad and the Tamil superstar's fans are planning
celebrations to mark the occasion.
film was released in 235 theatres across Tamil Nadu
and as many screens outside the state on June 15.
"Around 102 theatres in Tamil Nadu will celebrate
the 100th day of screening the movie on Saturday,"
AVM Productions CEO S C Babu said.
"The film is still running in almost 10 to 20 per
cent of the theatres it which it was released
outside Tamil Nadu, especially in Kerala and
Karnataka," he said from Chennai.
theatre in Mumbai is set to celebrate the 100th day
tomorrow. Outside India, the film will complete 100
days in six theatres in Malaysia, two in Sri Lanka
and one in Singapore.
latest hit from Rajnikanth, who has a huge following
in Tamil Nadu and abroad, broke records for
collections by a Tamil film not only in India but
also in countries like Malaysia, Singapore and
film is still collecting 7,000 pounds a week in a
theatre in Britain and there are a lot of inquiries
for the rights to dub the film in Malay, Chinese and
Japanese. "Sivaji" is also making huge collections
in over 10 theatres in Chennai and its suburbs.
Munikanniah, vice-president of Sathyam Cinemas, a
leading multiplex in Chennai, said: "The
distributor's share for 'Sivaji -- The Boss' in a
single theatre in Chennai was Rs 1.55 crore, which
is an all-time record for the state."
"The film was released in two screens in Satyam
Cinemas simultaneously with a seating capacity of
948 and 560 seats and it ran to packed houses for
nearly six weeks," Munikanniah said.
"Even now, with the film nearing its 100th day,
almost 60 per cent of the 948 seats get filled
during weekdays and 100 per cent during weekends."
Though "Sivaji" is running strong even after three
months, the film's producers have no plans for
celebrating its completion of 100 days.
"The film is running very strong even now and we
don't want to spoil it by celebrating the 100th day.
We hope the film will continue to create more
records," Babu said.
will have a bigger celebration later," he said.
the star's fans are gearing up to celebrate the
event at theatres. "We have planned to celebrate the
occasion in a grand manner outside theatres in
Bangalore and Malaysia," said J Ramki, co-founder of
rajinifans.com, a website dedicated to Rajnikanth.
"This is the first time an Indian language movie
will complete 100 days in Malaysia. Rajnifans.com
will celebrate it in a big way in front of
Munikanniah said, "Many fan associations have sought
our permission to celebrate the event outside
theatres. They will distribute sweets and watch
their 'thalaivar' (leader) on screen again."
Sundar, an ardent fan of the star, said, "We will
distribute sweets and food packets to people who
come to watch the movie on Saturday."
Referring to plans to release a Hindi version of the
film, Babu said, "dubbing for the Hindi edition has
already started and it is likely to be completed by
the first week of October.
"Director Shankar is very anxious that Rajnikanth
should dub his own voice for the Hindi version but
it is for him to decide.
announced earlier, the Hindi version will have a
is about a man's fight against black money in
society, with Rajnikanth playing the protagonist in
his own trademark style with a combination of punchy
dialogue, comedy, romance, songs and colourful