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All-Time Top Entrées France 



RankMovieEntriesYear
1Endhiran40,000 †2010
2Mersal 25,000 *2017
3Baahubali225,0002017
4Theri 24,8272016
5Sivaji20,0002007
6Kaththi17,0002014
7I15,4792015
8Kabali14,3502016
9Thalaivaa12,6012016
10Bairavaa12,5872017
11Thuppakki12,5002012
12Nanban12,3432011
13Jilla11,6142014
14Puli11,6162015
15Maattrraan11,5002012
16Vedalam 11,0182015
17Anjaan10,7912014
19Vivegam10,6302017
20Arrambam9,9002013
21Singam 39,8512017
2224 9,7352016
23Billa 29,7002012
247 am Arivu9,5002011
25Masss91212015
26Lingaa90002014
27Singam27,5002013
28Yennai Arindhaal7,1002015
29Kochadaiiyaan6,9002014
30Iru Mugan 6,6302016

† Translation for the above article:

The Indian and Tamil film distribution company BR Films presented its first film at L'Étoile on June 16th.

The 36-year-old Sri Lankan-born founder of BR Films, Ramesh Balasingam, had a hollow nose when, in 1996, he began distributing films to "entertain the Tamil and Indian communities" . Exclusive distributor in France of the Tamil blockbuster Endhiran (Robot), the company Courneuvienne hit the jackpot in 2010: 40 000 spectators had indeed rushed into French theaters to discover the new film Rajnikanth, the megastar of Tamil cinema. "The film stayed for forty-five days at the Quatre-Chemins cinema in Aubervilliers ," recalls Vivek Victorien, 29, Ramesh's Indian-born associate. There were 1,500 to 2,000 people lined up. Three theaters of this same cinema broadcast the film at the same time, about 1,000 people per session. "

Another box of the distributor: the film VTV (Vinnai Thaandi Varuvaaya), remained on display twenty days in 2009. Success stories not surprising, when we know the importance of the 7th art in India or Sri Lanka. In the Sub-Continent, cinema is a religion, actors, living gods. Every Friday, the day of film release in India, is the "Friday Fiesta". "The fans are queuing at 6am to attend the first meeting of 10am, ready to spend 1,500 rupees [note: about 20 euros] to see a movie , tells Vivek. They decorate the halls of garlands, explode firecrackers in front of the cinema to express their joy. 1,200 films are released in India each year. There, when you go out with your family, you go to the beach or to the cinema. "

To avoid piracy during releases in France, the two partners negotiate with the halls an output on Friday, not Wednesday, day of traditional release of movies in France. "If the film is screened on a Friday at 14h in France, pirated DVDs are already sold at 20h in stores, because of the time difference with India or Malaysia," says Vivek. Subtitled in French, Bollywoodian (in Hindi) and Kollywood (Tamil) productions distributed by the Courneuvian society are aimed at a family audience. A clever mix of action, musical comedy and Bollywood-style romance, which did not fail to delight audiences on June 16, at the cinema L'Étoile , for the projection of Vettai. If you missed the first episode, go to L'Étoile once a month to discover BR Films' favorites.

Julien Moschetti

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http://brfilmsmedia.com/fr/
Posted in Regards , La Courneuve newspaper, June 21, 2012.


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1 comments:

  1. Plz , Endhiran entries are not real...

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