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Director Sanjay Gadhvi, who directed the first two installments of the popular franchise Dhoom, has said he is open to directing another part but is currently working on something else.

As Bollywood films continue to provide a lease of life to cinema owners and the entertainment-starved people of Pakistan, some domestic producers have stepped up efforts to impose restrictions on their import.

With Bollywood films setting new landmarks everyday, Rs. 100 crore seems like a forgotten figure!

Connecting with the young scene-stealing Siddharth Nigam who plays the junior Aamir Khan in the mega-blockbuster Dhoom 3 is not easy. Siddharth, who does a lot of gymnastics and magic tricks in the film, and that includes holding his own against Aamir in the surrealistic sequence that they share, turns out to be a national-level gymnast from Allahabad.

This was the centenary of the Hindi film industry, and 2013 in Bollywood was marked by quite a few interesting business trends.

The makers of Dhoom:3 have found the pot of gold with the fast-paced action thriller. The Hindi box office business of the Aamir Khan-starrer has reached Rs. 211 crore and, looking at its pace, trade pundits predict it will soon cross the benchmark set by Shah Rukh Khan-starrer "Chennai Express", which became the biggest grosser by earning Rs. 216 crore.

Bollywood sequels are getting bigger with each passing year - to an extent that the subsequent installments of the franchise are faring better than the original ones.

Bollywood star Aamir Khan-starrer action thriller Dhoom:3 is going so strong at the box office in Nepal that the local filmmakers have had to delay the release of their own films for the next three weeks fearing tough competition.

Bollywood icon Aamir Khan's latest release Dhoom:3 has broken box office records in Pakistan in the first week of its release, with multiplexes running five shows a day to capitalise on interest in the film.

With the weekend collections now in, Dhoom:3 has become the fastest Bollywood film to cross the Rs. 100 crore mark (in just three days). Needless to say, trade experts are now expecting it to break many more records.

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