By Hindustan Times
Mumbai, Sept. 15 -- The Hindi film industry seems to be on a roll at the moment. In the months following the fourth edition of cricket T20 tournament, Indian Premier League, most films have worked pretty well at the box office. More than a couple of films have made decent profits for the trade chain including distributors, exhibitors and producers.
Bodyguard's nationwide 15-day net figures are R 128 crore. Mere Brother Ki Dulhan, which released last weekend, had netted R 30 crore as of Monday night. So far this year, there have been at least 10 hits, thanks to the lead star cast in most cases, and tightly controlled budgets in exceptional cases.
Tradesmith Amod Mehra points out that although films like Murder 2 and Delhi Belly didn't cross the R 50 crore net mark in terms of returns, they've made enough money to be categorised as hits. "Most producers, exhibitors and distributors