Mahesh Babu looks happy and content with wife Namrata & son Gautham in this picture from Paris holiday – PINKVILLA

Mahesh Babu is in Paris enjoying a vacation with his family. He shared a beautiful picture on his Instagram with wife Namrata and son Gautham. The actor recently finished the shooting of the film Maharshi.

The Prince of Tollywood aka Mahesh Babu is currently holidaying in Paris with wife Namrata and children Gautham and Sitara. The actor recently finished the shooting of his film Maharshi and decided to take a small break with his family. Earlier today, Namrata Shirodkar took to her Instagram page to share a pic.

Namrata had captioned it, “En route paris…happy Easter everyone.” Now, Mahesh Babu also shared a cute picture with his wife and son. The trio looks happy and content in the photo from Paris. Mahesh Babu captioned the photo, “An evening in Paris #familytime.”

The actor was non-stop shooting for his film Maharshi which also stars Pooja Hedge. For the past few weeks, the star cast shooting for a hectic schedule. When the shoot got over, Mahesh decided to take a small trip with his family. Well, we can’t wait for more such pictures from their wonderful holiday.

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As per the reports, once Mahesh Babu returns from Paris, he will start with the promotions of Maharshi.

Maharshi is helmed by Vamsi Paidipally. In the film, Mahesh Babu will be seen in three different avatars – a millionaire, a student and a common man.

The film is produced by Dil Raju, C. Ashwini Dutt and Prasad V. Potluri under the banners Sri Venkateswara Creations, Vyjayanthi Movies and PVP Cinema.

Maharshi will hit the screens on May 9, 2019.

Are you excited to see Mahesh Babu and Pooja Hegde in Maharshi? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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Script of Akshay Kumar film undergoes major changes – India Today

Akshay Kumar will star in the Hindi remake of Raghav Lawrence’s Kanchana. The script of the film is undergoing major changes.

Akshay Kumar.

Akshay Kumar.

After the success of Rajkummar Rao’s Stree, Akshay Kumar too is all set to explore the horror genre. Rumours started doing rounds in January that the actor will be seen in the Hindi remake of Raghav Lawrence’s Kanchana.

Now, according to latest reports, the makers are thinking of making a few changes in the original script of the film.

According to reports, instead of being possessed by three different spirits, Akshay’s character will be possessed by one spirit of a transgender. Kiara Advani will play Akshay’s wife in the film.

A source close to the development told an entertainment website, “While the premise remains the same, Akshay’s character has been chalked out as one who doesn’t fear the supernatural. The makers also reworked the narrative to create a meaty role for Kiara Advani, who plays Akshay’s wife.”

The source added, “In the original film, the hero’s mother and sister-in-law have pivotal parts. In the Hindi counterpart, the sequence where Akshay’s character is possessed by a ghost – the turning point in the story – will take place at Kiara’s house. Her character will play a crucial role in his exorcism. Finally, Akshay will be possessed by one ghost – that of the transgender, Lakshmi – and not three ghosts as seen in the Tamil movie.”

Kanchana is a horror comedy that featured Lawrence, Sarath Kumar and Raai Laxmi in the lead roles. The film is about a fearful guy who gets haunted by a ghost when he goes to play in an empty ground. Soon, the possessed spirit is out to take revenge on those who wronged her.

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Surveen Chawla’s first pictures with newborn baby girl are here. Check them out – Hindustan Times

Actor Surveen Chawla and her husband, businessman Akshay Thakker were spotted leaving the hospital after she gave birth to a baby girl on April 15. Pictures of the couple, with the baby cradled in Surveen’s arms, have been shared.

The couple can be seen posing for the photographers, with the baby wrapped up in a blanket. Akshay can be seen holding a cradle as they exit the hospital. The couple has named the baby Eva. Sharing a picture of the baby on Instagram, Surveen had written, “We now have her tiny feet to fill the tiny shoes! Blessed by her wonderful arrival in our little family! Welcoming our daughter Eva.”

Announcing the pregnancy in November, Surveen had shared an Instagram image of a framed photograph of the couple, with babies’ shoes placed next to it. She’d captioned the post, “Life happens when it chooses to happen, when it wants to happen. And it is happening right now in this very moment, making our blessed and beautiful world even more blessed than what it already is! Yes, there is a miracle taking place, a miracle called life! And we are growing by two little teeny-weeny feet!! @akshaythakker.”

Surveen and Akshay had tied the knot in Italy in 2015, and had kept the wedding a secret for some years. Pictures from her baby shower had also been shared online. Surveen has worked in films such as Anurag Kashyap’s Ugly and Leena Yadav’s Parch. She has worked in television shows such as Sacred Games and 24.

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First Published:
Apr 21, 2019 19:01 IST

‘Captain Marvel’ Box Office Tops Previous Week, Passing $400 Million Domestic – Forbes

Brie Larson dressed for combat in Marvel’s “Captain Marvel”

Source: Marvel Studios

Captain Marvel should end the weekend with about $1.09 billion, as it cruises toward a $1.1+ billion finish in the next few weeks. Going forward, the film will add an additional $9+/- million from domestic theaters over the next three to four weeks, and a similar amount from foreign markets.

All told, Captain Marvel now seems likely to end its remarkable theatrical run by mid-May, with approximately $1.110 billion for the #23 spot on the all-time worldwide box office charts. Among MCU releases, Captain Marvel is the seventh-highest grossing Marvel picture, behind Avengers: Infinity War, The Avengers, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Black Panther, Iron Man 3, and Captain America: Civil War.

Brie Larson stars in Marvel’s “Captain Marvel”

Source: Marvel Studios

Domestically, Captain Marvel should finish right around $409+ million. That puts it behind only Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War, The Avengers, and Avengers: Age of Ultron as the fifth-highest grossing MCU film of all time in North America. It also makes Captain Marvel the second-highest grossing solo superhero film from Marvel Studios, behind Black Panther (which, with $700 million, probably won’t be topped by any other solo superhero movies for a long time).

The significance of that last point should not be lost on anybody — in other words, a black man and a white woman lead the two biggest Marvel solo superhero movies in history, from any studio (Sony, Fox, Universal, or Marvel Studios), at the domestic box office. This is of course assuming Captain Marvel’s final North American tally tops Iron Man 3’s $409.013 million receipts, which I believe will happen.

There’s a possibility that, after Avengers: Endgame hits theaters, Captain Marvel actually continues to enjoy a coattail bump that sees its daily box office hold steady for a bit longer than expected. If that happens, then its final domestic tally will probably jump to somewhere around $412 million, and its global cume will rise to around $1.115 billion. That wouldn’t change Captain Marvel’s position on the worldwide charts (where, as noted, it will sit at #23), but it could boost the film another notch or two higher on domestic charts, from #26 to #25.

Official Dolby Cinema poster for Marvel’s “Captain Marvel”

Source: Marvel Studios

It’s also worth noting that Captain Marvel didn’t drop out of the weekend top-5 until its sixth weekend of release, when it fell to the #6 spot in the April 12-14 frame (where it was less than $1 million behind Dumbo). But this weekend, Captain Marvel could be soaring back into the top-5 again, an impressive feat, and is likely to linger in the top-10 for at least another week or two.

I’ll be attending the Avengers: Endgame premiere on Monday, and will have my full review for you this week, as well as my official final box office predictions and some estimates of Marvel’s box office for the full year, including more about Captain Marvel.

Box office figures and tallies based on data via Box Office Mojo , Rentrak, and TheNumbers.

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Despite losing 25% of its screens this past week, Marvel Studio’s billion dollar blockbuster Captain Marvel actually saw an increase in domestic box office revenue over the past seven-day frame. This comes amid intense anticipate of next week’s debut of Avengers: Endgame, and as the latest marketing for Endgame adds Brie Larson’s sci-fi superhero to the mix. Tuesday was the only day last week that didn’t register a rise over the prior week’s corresponding daily sales in North America. Captain Marvel will top $400 million by Sunday close of business stateside.

Brie Larson dressed for combat in Marvel’s “Captain Marvel”

Source: Marvel Studios

Captain Marvel should end the weekend with about $1.09 billion, as it cruises toward a $1.1+ billion finish in the next few weeks. Going forward, the film will add an additional $9+/- million from domestic theaters over the next three to four weeks, and a similar amount from foreign markets.

All told, Captain Marvel now seems likely to end its remarkable theatrical run by mid-May, with approximately $1.110 billion for the #23 spot on the all-time worldwide box office charts. Among MCU releases, Captain Marvel is the seventh-highest grossing Marvel picture, behind Avengers: Infinity War, The Avengers, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Black Panther, Iron Man 3, and Captain America: Civil War.

Brie Larson stars in Marvel’s “Captain Marvel”

Source: Marvel Studios

Domestically, Captain Marvel should finish right around $409+ million. That puts it behind only Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War, The Avengers, and Avengers: Age of Ultron as the fifth-highest grossing MCU film of all time in North America. It also makes Captain Marvel the second-highest grossing solo superhero film from Marvel Studios, behind Black Panther (which, with $700 million, probably won’t be topped by any other solo superhero movies for a long time).

The significance of that last point should not be lost on anybody — in other words, a black man and a white woman lead the two biggest Marvel solo superhero movies in history, from any studio (Sony, Fox, Universal, or Marvel Studios), at the domestic box office. This is of course assuming Captain Marvel’s final North American tally tops Iron Man 3’s $409.013 million receipts, which I believe will happen.

There’s a possibility that, after Avengers: Endgame hits theaters, Captain Marvel actually continues to enjoy a coattail bump that sees its daily box office hold steady for a bit longer than expected. If that happens, then its final domestic tally will probably jump to somewhere around $412 million, and its global cume will rise to around $1.115 billion. That wouldn’t change Captain Marvel’s position on the worldwide charts (where, as noted, it will sit at #23), but it could boost the film another notch or two higher on domestic charts, from #26 to #25.

Official Dolby Cinema poster for Marvel’s “Captain Marvel”

Source: Marvel Studios

It’s also worth noting that Captain Marvel didn’t drop out of the weekend top-5 until its sixth weekend of release, when it fell to the #6 spot in the April 12-14 frame (where it was less than $1 million behind Dumbo). But this weekend, Captain Marvel could be soaring back into the top-5 again, an impressive feat, and is likely to linger in the top-10 for at least another week or two.

I’ll be attending the Avengers: Endgame premiere on Monday, and will have my full review for you this week, as well as my official final box office predictions and some estimates of Marvel’s box office for the full year, including more about Captain Marvel.

Box office figures and tallies based on data via Box Office Mojo , Rentrak, and TheNumbers.

Follow me on Twitter, on Google+and on Quora.  Read my blog.