Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu has created a lot of buzz.
Imran-Kareena in a movie still.
Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu trailer is creating quite a buzz. The trailer begins with Imran and Kareena sitting in an attorney's office to get ...
In a sequence in the theatrical promo, Kareena unabashedly gives Imran's bum a rating of 8/10, and also comments on how she finds his derrière ...
Interestingly, the inspiration for this scene came from a real life incident. Apparently, during the film's shooting, Kareena casually implied that she really likes Imran's ...
The film looks like an adaptation of Hollywood movie What Happens In Vegas where the couple gets drunk and marries under the effect of alcohol. ...
Imran-Kareena make quite an interesting pair.
The two are also good friends which will surely help their onscreen chemistry.
The film is directed by newbie Shakun Batra.
The Censor Board had asked Johar to remove the word 'sex' from the trailer in order to procure a U-certificate. But, he rolled the teaser ...
After making over Rs 21.5 crore at domestic box-office, Imran-Kareena starrer Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu has garnered impressive numbers in overseas market also.
In UK box office, the film has collected Rs 1.88 crore. "In its opening weekend, the film has collected £ 2,42,177 [Rs. 1.88 crores] on 53 screens, with the per screen average working out to £ 4,569. Mon: £ 29,531, Tue: £ 67,819," writes Taran Adarsh for Bollywood Hungama.
The film has fared even better in US box-office. "In its opening weekend, the film has collected $ 6,37,100 [Rs. 3.15 crores] on 111 screens, with the per screen average working out to $ 5,740," says Adarsh.
Indian BO report
Kareena-Imran's coming-of-age romcom Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu has collected approx Rs 21.25 cr nett in its opening weekend at Indian box office, reports the trade analyst.
"Picked up after a slow start on Friday and showed ample growth on Saturday and Sunday. Is extra-ordinary at urban centres, while circuits dominated by single screens remained lackluster," says Adarsh.
"Has performed the best at plexes of Mumbai, Delhi, Punjab, Kolkata and Mysore, which have contributed to a big chunk of the business, but in circuits like C.P., C.I. and Rajasthan, the growth in business remained minimal," added Adarsh.
"Compared to the start, the pick up on Saturday and Sunday is quite good. The target audience of the film (the multiplex frequenting audience) seems to have taken to the film, although from a day later," wrote Komal Nahta for koimoi.com.