Jai Ho

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Directed By: 
Sohail Khan
Release date: 
Friday, January 24, 2014

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Newcomers have not proved to be lucky for Salman Khan so far (Sneha Ullal in Lucky proved unlucky). The only exception to this rule being Sonakshi Sinha. He's taking the risk once again with Daisy Shah in Jai Ho! Does the chemistry work? No. Is the song good. Absolutely, no!

We are almost halfway through the first quarter of 2014, but Bollywood's hit count is still thanda. Of the 14 films that have released so far, it's only Salman Khan's Jai Ho and Divya Khosla's Yaariyan that have managed to do decent business.
In what appears to be the first such jolt for a Khan flick in the history of Bollywood’s Internet leaks, Salman Khan’s Jai Ho — the entire 2hr 17 min movie — has found its way online within just days of its ­theatrical release.
Salman Khan's film Jai Ho has received mixed reactions at the box-office and the superstar feels that the response at the theatres and the collections garnered are not "matching up".
For the last few years, Salman Khan's films have mostly released around Eid, ensuring roaring business in the first few days. Dabangg (2010), Bodyguard (2011), Ready (2011), Ek Tha Tiger (2012) and Dabangg 2 (2013) have all had record openings.
Picking up business by word of mouth, Salman Khan-starrer Jai Ho has managed collections of around Rs. 60.68 crore over the weekend.
It stars superstar Salman Khan and has masala aplenty -- but Jai Ho could manage to garner barely over Rs. 17 crore on its opening day at the domestic box office.
The stage is set for Salman Khan's Jai Ho, his first release of the year. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh is confident that it will cross the Rs. 300-crore-mark while Amod Mehra says though a bumper opening is assured, reaching Rs. 200 crore could be "a Herculean task".
Superstar Salman Khan's young fans, who form a sizeable slice of his mammoth fan-following, may need to be accompanied by adults to be able to see his latest film Jai Ho.
Jai Ho While actor Salman Khan has been urging people not to link his upcoming film, Jai Ho, with the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), his brother and actor-filmmaker Arbaaz Khan says that somewhere there is a connection between the two.
Looks like the makers of Salman Khan’s next, Jai Ho, are playing it extremely safe to avoid any kind of legal trouble.
Atul Agnihotri, who considers Salman Khan his lucky charm, will release the trailer of his forthcoming production venture Oh Teri with the latter's Jai Ho.
Call it a unique marketing strategy or Salman Khan's love for his fans, the actor invited the inputs of his Twitter followers for his upcoming film Jai Ho's poster.

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