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Anushka Sharma has made a place for herself in the industry even after being an outsider. She debuted with Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi opposite Shah Rukh Kha, then did PK opposite Aamir Khan and is fresh from the release of Sultan with Salman Khan. She's one of the very few actresses to have worked with the three Khans, and with such grace.
When asked about it, Anushka said, "I have never really thought about all these things happening to me. I never thought about 'I'll get to work with all the three Khans'. It really wasn't something that ever occurred to me in my mind. But I feel humbled and happy... The contributions that I have had in the films is what makes it special for me."
She also feels fortunate for having worked with the three Khans because it is because of them and their fan following that her work has been able to reach out to so many people. "Their reach is phenomenal and because of their reach and their fan following, my work gets through to so many other people... So I feel happy, humbled and loved by the people for the appreciation I am getting for Aarfa's character (in Sultan)," she said.
With over 3000 screens in its kitty, Dishoom starring Varun Dhawan, John Abraham and Jacqueline Fernandez has opened to a good occupancy of 30 to 50 percent. The film is high on action, drama, cricket, comedy... the works. Rather obviously, this widely promoted film has opened better in the single screen circuit. From today's early trend reports, it'll pick up by evening and will have a fruitful weekend as well.
With Sultan (Rs. 300 crore and still counting) narrowed down to lesser screens and shows, there isn't any direct competition to Dishoom. And while John Abraham may have had a couple of glitches at the box-office recently, Varun Dhawan's ticket window hold is getting stronger by the day.
As far as day one is concerned, anything between Rs. 10 to Rs: 15 crore looks bankable.
Watch this space for more updates on the on-goings at the box-office.