At a time when new Bollywood films like "Chakravyuh", "Ajab Gazabb Love" and "Rush" are failing miserably at the Indian box office, old movies are still entertaining movie buffs.
Previous movies like "OMG Oh My God!" and "Student of the Year" continue to score well with audiences. The Paresh Rawal-starrer is in its fifth week and is still running at domestic box offices.
The satirical comedy film, made with a budget of only ₹20 crore, collected ₹79.40 crore at domestic box office and approximately ₹12 crore at overseas BO, according to Koimoi.com. The worldwide total of the film now stands at ₹91.40 crore.
Although the movie failed to cross the ₹100 crore, it was declared a super hit film after its three weeks run. "OMG" is Akshay's third super hit movie of this year after "Housefull 2" and "Rowdy Rathore".
Meanwhile, Karan Johar's "Student of the Year" is dominating both domestic as well as overseas collection. The romantic comedy, movie starring newcomers Siddharth Malhotra, Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt, remained the first choice of movie buffs, despite three major releases with big star casts.
The movie raked in approximately ₹10 crore in its second weekend, taking the overall 10-day collection to approximately ₹58 crore.
Karan Johar's latest movie has taken the box office by storm and the film is expected to rule the ticket window for another week since there are no major releases. The movie produced by Gauri Khan and Hiroo Yash Johar is expected to gross in around ₹60 crore this week, according to trade analysts.