China Box Office: India’s ‘Dangal’ Crushes Hollywood Heavyweights

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Released on the same day as Disney/Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, the Aamir Khan wrestling drama needed just six days to overtake the superhero sequel at the daily box office, and more than doubled the Hollywood blockbuster's haul this weekend. Read More

‘Dangal’ Sells Bollywood Feminism at China Box Office

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In Bollywood blockbuster "Dangal," two young women wrestle their way into the ring in a deeply patriarchal Indian society — and at the Chinese box office, the film, too, is breaking with convention. Read More

China Box Office: ‘Guardians 2’ Wins Weekend Handily, But India’s ‘Dangal’ On The Rise

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Despite a $47 million first-place debut by the Disney/Marvel sequel, the weekend's biggest winner was Aamir Khan's wrestling drama Dangal which garnered the highest user-ratings on record in China. Read More

On Screen China: ‘Guardians Vol. 2’ Primed to Kick Off Another Month of Hollywood Dominance

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Following two months of box office dominance in which imported films captured 82% of all ticket sales, the good times will continue to roll for Hollywood in May starting with this weekend’s day-and-date release of Disney/Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Read More

Salman Khan’s ‘Tubelight’ to Release in China June 25, Features Zhu Zhu

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Indian films and Chinese films shot in India continue to be a growing trend in China, although India's media remains more excited about the whole thing than Chinese audiences. Read More

Director Chen Kaige: Cannes China Snub ‘Not The End Of The World’

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Chen Kaige, the only Chinese director to win the Cannes Film Festival's Palme d'Or, dismissed the snubbing of Chinese cinema by the European festival this year as “not the end of the world” on Monday. Read More

Beijing International Film Festival: Aamir Khan to Promote New Film, Korean Exclusion Not Political

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One of Bollywood's biggest stars is on his way to China to promote his new film, and a Chinese film official has stated that the absence of Korean titles at the Beijing International Film Festival is "not political." Read More