No more are Salman Khan’s ventures reserved for the Eid holiday. Christmas is his new release haven. However, can his next film Dabangg 3 turn out to be a big success just like his previous Christmas release Tiger Zinda Hai?While the buzz for Dabangg 3 looks strong, only time will tell if the film will make it big at the box office. However, the film’s trailer sends out the signal that probably stardom will overpower content once again for a Salman Khan venture. That is something we saw for his last few offerings such as Bharat, Race 3 and Tubelight.Bharat and Race 3 told us that no matter who the star is, the audience will not come to the theatres if the story on the big screen is compelling. On its home turf, both Race 3 and Bharat turned out to be big disappointments with revenue of Rs 166 crore and Rs 197 crore, respectively, and with a budget of Rs 185 crore and Rs 240 crore, respectively.Close … [Read more...] about Will Dabangg 3’s run-of-the-mill content be another blip in Salman Khan’s career?
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Contrary to popular belief that rupee depreciation helps exporters, currency volatility not always brings benefits for the fraternity, EEPC India said."Our view has been that it is a stable currency that helps exporters, providing them with predictability of dealing with the buyers. Any fluctuation and volatility on either side does not help," EEPC India chairman Ravi Sehgal said in a release.Engineering Export Promotion Council of India (EEPC) said the country's engineering export growth shrunk to single digit at 9.4 percent in July, from sharp increases in the previous few months even as the rupee was depreciating against the US dollar during the month.Close It was a demonstration that a stronger dollar is not the only growth driver and does not always lead to export momentum, EEPC India said in an internal study recently. related news PM Narendra Modi arrives in Kanpur to chair first meeting of National Ganga Council US-China trade deal cuts tariffs for Beijing promise of … [Read more...] about Rupee depreciation not always leads to export growth : EEPC
There’s a saying that every romantic relationship you ever have will fail, until it doesn’t. The same could be said for a creative career, as most successful artists or entrepreneurs have any number of efforts in their past that died on the vine. advertisement advertisement Splitsider looked at the careers of three comedy titans–Johnny Carson, David Letterman, and Jon Stewart–who all suffered the blow of having their first big show canceled in short order, before eventually moving on to successful outings that better fit their strengths. The point is that failure is not really failure, even when it feels like the end of the line. Here are three lessons from Splitsider’s survey of the comedy legends’ early setbacks, and how they got back on track. Define Your Identity, Even If That Identity Is Giving Others the Spotlight The original Johnny Carson Show that premiered on CBS in 1955 followed the lead of screen-dominating comedians like … [Read more...] about 3 Lessons In Career Development From Comedy Greats Who Flopped