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Seven Films Receive Finance Through Thailand Incentives Scheme

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Seven international films have benefited from $2.14 million (THB68 million) in cash rebates since Thailand launched a production incentive program at the Cannes Film Festival in 2016.

Administered by the Thailand Film Office, the incentives provide 15% to 20% repayment of qualifying local spend.

At an event in Cannes on Friday, the Tfo said that the scheme is functioning well and that the Thai production industry is on course for a record year. In the first quarter of 2019, Thailand has already been used as a location for 28 feature films, with an aggregate local spend of more than $40 million.

“While producers are benefiting from the incentives, Thailand is also benefiting from the arrival of film and television productions. From the crews and facility companies, right through to hotels, domestic transport and the hospitality industry, the revenue earned through servicing international productions benefits many,” said Anan Wongbenjarat, deputy Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Tourism & Sport.
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Junglee Vidyut is better than Salman's Notebook, Akshay's Kesari rocks!

Both the new releases of the week, Chuck Russel?s Vidyut Jamwal starrer Junglee and Salman Khan?s home production (Salma Khan produced) Notebook, failed to appeal to the ?audience.

Comparatively speaking while Junglee saw a 10-12 percent start, Notebook was below the 5 percent mark. The latter shows saw a negligible growth for Junglee, while Notebook was flat. Having said that, both the films have the weekend to make amends, though the task is monumental.

Meanwhile, after a 105 crore (to be validated), extended 8-day week ?Akshay Kumar?s Holi release, Kesari, turned out to be the predictable front runner, even during its second outing (read as week), which is in a way is good because for a hit tag, the 80 crore budget Kesari has to have a good second week run. Bright chances that it will!
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“From Bruce Lee to Jung Lee, Watta Laughable Leap” – A Subhash K Jha Review

Junglee

Starring Vidyut Jamwal

Directed by Chuck Russell

Junglee, who is direct-lee related to Bruce Lee loves elephants. He probably watched Haathi Mere Saathi many times during his childhood and grew up befriendship a forest-ful of elephants, one of whom Bhola is our Jungler Hero’s special buddy. Their reunion sequence is as elaborate as Devdas returning to Paro from London in Sanjay Bhansali’s Devdas.

Tragically Junglee is directed by a foreigner who gets the privilege to helm a project toplined by a sinewy muscular hero who has father issues. Dad wants Jung- Lee to look after the family business, namely elephant rearing. But Jung-lee wants to do his own thing, and that includes some heavyduty kalaripayuttu in scenic Kerala. The film looks green. But feels dry and colourless.

The problem here is with the dialogues ….Wait! Why just the dialogues which sound look they are being translated from
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Junglee movie review: Russell tune kya kiya?

Junglee movie review: Russell tune kya kiya?

Junglee movie review is here. Helmed by The Mask, The Scorpion King fame Hollywood director Chuck Russell, the action adventure stars Vidyut Jammwal, Pooja Sawant, and Asha Bhat. Let?s find out what looks like a deadly combo on paper - Chuck Russell and Vidyut Jammval do in this touted action adventure.

Immediate though that came into my mind when the end credits of Junglee started rolling

Russell tune kya kiya ek potential universal jungle action adventure ki ummed ko masal kar rakh diya (crushed the potential of a universal jungle action adventure). Is this a drunken tribute to Tony Jaa?s action phenomenon The Protector and superstar Rajesh Khanna?s Haathi Mere Saathi?.

(Also read: Dumbo movie review: An eternally ageless magic)

The Story of Junglee

Mumbai-based veterinary doctor Dr Raj Nair (Vidyut), returns to his birth place ? Chandrika (an elephant sanctuary
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Thuppakki Villain’s next - Official Trailer!

Vidyut Jammwal, who played the baddie in Vijay’s ‘Thuppakki’, has been a known name among the Kollywood fans. He was also a part of Suriya’s ‘Anjaan’, which released in the year 2014. Since then, he has been doing rounds among the Bollywood industry, with films such as ‘Baadshaho’, ‘Bullett Raja’ and the ‘Commando’ franchise.

His next film, titled ‘Junglee’ is based on the life of a Veterinary doctor, played by Vidyut, who reunites with his childhood friend ‘Bhola’, an elephant, in his father’s elephant reserve. How he fights international poachers forms the plot of the story.

The makers have now...

Vidyuth Jammwal injured!

Vidyut Jammwal has been busy shooting for his upcoming film Junglee. Directed by American filmmaker Chuck Russell, the movie is an action adventure revolving around the star and a few elephants, and how his friendship with them leads him to fighting poachers.

The project, bankrolled by Junglee Pictures, has come to a screeching halt when Vidyut was involved in a minor accident during a stunt scene and suffered an injury. The stunt involved entering a high window, swinging in. Unfortunately, although he was tied to a pulley rope, he got hit on his head on what looked like a crane...

Vidyut Jammwal celebrates his 37th birthday on the sets of Junglee in Thailand

Vidyut Jammwal celebrates his 37th birthday on the sets of Junglee in Thailand
On December 10, Vidyut Jammwal turned 37 and he celebrated his birthday on the sets of the film Junglee, which he’s shooting for currently in Thailand. Two pictures of these celebrations are out and it seems Vidyut had a lovely time on his big day. The first picture shows Vidyut Jammwal feeding a piece of cake to the director of the film, Chuck Russell. In the other picture, both are posing and seem comfortable in each other’s company.

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Vidyut Jammwal next titled Junglee slated for Dussehra release on 19th October, 2018

Vidyut Jammwal next titled Junglee slated for Dussehra release on 19th October, 2018
Earlier we had reported that Vidyut Jammwal is all set for his international film with Junglee. The film, which is said to be an action-adventure thriller, is all set to release next year and will hit the big screen on the occasion of Dussehra. Junglee is all set to make way for the audience onRead More

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