The Mahesh Babu starrer Maharshi hit screens on May 9, 2019 and opened to a thunderous response at the box office despite receiving mixed reviews from critics. Thereafter, it stayed strong and ended Week 1 on a good note. As none of the subsequent releases worked, Maharshi remained the top choice of the target audience. Now, nearly two months later, the movie has ended its box office run on an enviable note. Here is the complete report. Worldwide Closing Box Office Collections According to a leading website, Maharshi has ended its run at the worldwide box office with a share of Rs 107.15 crore, which is a solid figure. The film's theatrical rights were sold for Rs 97.1 crore and this makes it a profitable venture. AP/TS Closing Collections The film has done quite well in the Telugu states much to the delight of the 'Prince Army'. Its AP/TS closing share stands at Rs 84.61 crore, which is a decent figure. As it needed to collect around Rs 78 crore to breakeven, it can be considered a … [Read more...] about Maharshi Worldwide Box Office Closing Collections: Mahesh’s Film Ends Its Run On A Terrific Note
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Buveur D’Air is injured and Altior is likely to miss the King George but for Nicky Henderson, it seems, there is always a fresh set of young stars to bring through. He had three winners here, to go with Friday’s double, and bagged the International Hurdle for the sixth time before suggesting that the best horse he ran here finished unplaced. Call Me Lord was backed down to 2-1 favourite for the race formerly known as the Bula and duly delivered, holding off the late challenge of Ballyandy by a neck. Can he be the first winner of this since Rooster Booster to follow up in the Champion Hurdle? The bookmakers will let you have 16-1 if you think so. Henderson’s other runner, the previously unbeaten Pentland Hills, faded into a tired fifth but this was his first outing since April and the trainer seemed more keen on his prospects than those of the winner. “Don’t be in any way disappointed with Pentland Hills,” he said. “I thought he ran a good race. … [Read more...] about Altior set to miss King George on Boxing Day after disappointing gallop
Australia bowled New Zealand out for 166 in their first innings and were cruising in the second innings before losing 5/29 to be 6/167 at stumps. Stream the Australia v New Zealand Domain Test Series Live & Ad-Break Free During Play with KAYO SPORTS. Get your 14-day free trial & start streaming instantly > While the pitch is starting to show its cracks, it appears as though the Kiwis are now ready to compete in the series. Here are all the talking points from day three of the first Test between Australia and New Zealand. WARNER DECEIT HOODWINKS KIWIS Australian opener David Warner has had the summer of his life but he won’t look back on Perth too fondly. Scores of 43 and 19 are his lowest output of what has been an incredible summer so far. But despite not contributing too strongly on the scoreboard, Warner made a mark on the game which has arguably hurt the Kiwis even more. A ball reared off a length and beat the left handed Warner, bouncing off his shoulder. … [Read more...] about Talking points from day three of the First Test between Australia and New Zealand
On that frantic morning, TK Huff was calm. The 71-year-old amputee sat in his wheelchair, pointing a garden hose at what quickly became the deadliest wildfire in California history.Nobody knew at the time, early on Nov. 8, how bad it would be. When his family called at 7:15 a.m., Huff said he would leave. But he never made it out.All around, fires were breaking out, and men and women — most of them elderly, many of them disabled — were doomed: Flames soon overtook 74-year-old Richard Brown’s beloved log cabin in the Sierra Nevada foothills. On the edge of neighboring Paradise, a blaze prompted the Feather Canyon Retirement Community to evacuate its residents — all except 88-year-old Julian Binstock, overlooked in the chaos.It was just the start of a day that was almost unfathomable. An entire town was burned off the map of California. Nearly 14,000 homes were incinerated. Insurers Sue California Utility Over Wildfire Damages Several insurance companies … [Read more...] about 100 Days After Paradise Burned, the Stories of the Victims
HOW have we sat through a year of thrilling heavyweight action and still ended up almost exactly where we started? Just like in December 2018, Anthony Joshua holds three of the major world titles and insists he wants to decide an undisputed ruler with Deontay Wilder. But Wilder, just as he was a little over a year ago, is preparing to defend his WBC crown against the giant Gypsy King. In the last 12 months, Dillian Whyte took two steps forward and a couple back, cruiserweight king Oleksandr Usyk stepped up a division and got an instant mandatory shot and some porky lad called Andy Ruiz Jr went from zero-to-hero-to-20st-zero inside six whirlwind months. Some of the grizzled old veterans are clinging on, for now, and a handful of young movers and shakers are waiting in the wings to smash their name into the history books. Here is how SunSport sees the division, in reverse order...10. Andy Ruiz Jr (33-2) How different life would have been if Ruiz Jr had got the points win he deserved in … [Read more...] about Anthony Joshua, Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury all crack SunSport’s top ten heavyweights – but who takes the No1 spot?