Salman Khan mania revisited with Veer Hindi Movie

    

Eros International and Vijay Galani’s Veer is by far the biggest epic Bollywood movie that audiences have witnessed on the silver screen– and has scored the second biggest opening in CI as per official reports.

Salman Khan ‘the hero of the masses’ is back in full form with a film meant ‘for the masses’. With Veer -Bollywood’s most ambitious project yet the audiences were in for a never seen before visual treat.

According to sources Veer– Salman Khan’s brainchild opened to packed houses which seem to retain right till Tuesday evening.

Reveals a respected trade analyst, “Small screens like Gaiety, Galaxy, Chandan and the likes are already opening to packed houses across main cities approximately between 70 to 100 % and since this week will have as good as an extended weekend– theatres seem to remain packed till Republic Day.”

What’s bigger news is that Veer has broken records of Salman Khan’s previous hit Wanted. Adds the trade analyst, “Veer has scored the second biggest opening day turn over ever in Bollywood in Central India. The business is the second best first day ever in the history of Hindi cinema- An approximate 27.33 lakhs.”

Veer has it all – great stars, opulent and majestic sets, adrenaline pumping action scenes and Salman’s presence lifts the screen to a whole different level.

Reveals a source “The fact that Salman has penned the script himself has given his fans all the more reason to queue up to watch the film. Veer is definitely going to break records both for epic films and commercial films alike- establishing Salman Bollywood’s hottest Khan yet.”

Adds the source, “Despite mixed reviews theatres are opening to packed houses, just goes to prove that critical scores don’t make a film a hit– audience’s do. And the audiences are running to watch just one star– that is Salman Khan”

So here’s to a monumental hit and here’s to the magnum opus Veer.

– Sampurn Media

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