1. Boman Irani
The versatile actor had his most subdued season since 2002 when he was first noticed for his performance in Let’s Talk. He had three releases, if his guest appearance in Student of the Year is included, in our time frame; one of his leanest seasons. It didn’t help that his other two releases—Jolly LLB and Attarintiki Daredi—hardly made any buzz for him personally though the movies were successful. His earnings were down to Rs 2.50 crore from almost Rs 9 crore last year and that led to his exit.
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(This story appears in the 27 December, 2013 issue of Forbes India. To visit our Archives, click here.)
seems that the mistake I have pointed earlier was corrected. Thankson Dec 16, 2013
Yes Krish, thanks to your feedback we made the correction and updated the article. Appreciate your comment.on Dec 18, 2013
Why Sruthi Hassan not in the liston Dec 14, 2013
In Boman Irani's profile it's written that: "It didnât help that his other two releases -Jolly LLB and Attarintiki Darediâhardly made any buzz." That's a big blunder as far as Attarintiki Daredi is concerned. That movie helped push Pawan Klayan form 55 to 26 this year. It was also mentioned on Pawan Kalyan's Forbes' profile as follows: "If Gabbar Singh (the Telugu remake of Dabangg), a huge hit last year, cemented Pawan Kalyan's top position in the Telugu film industry and the South, Attarintiki Daredi raised his stock further. By some counts, it's the biggest grosser ever for a Telugu film. " Now if Forbes contradicts itself in such a way, it may as well lose its credibility. Hope you put some more research into this.on Dec 14, 2013