Love Aaj Kal netted 42.87 crore (US$7.4 million) in its first week. and 16.39 crore (US$2.8 million) in its second week. Love Aaj Kal netted 66.89 crore (US$12 million) in India. It was declared a super hit by Box Office India, grossing 89 crore (US$15 million).
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... The term is attested since 1786, presumably from sales of box seats or "boxes" (private seating areas) ... from Elizabethan theatre, where theater admission was collected in a box attached to a long stick, passed around the audience compare the "bottle" in Punch ...
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Famous quotes containing the words office and/or box:
“Woman was originally the inventor, the manufacturer, the provider. She has allowed one office after another gradually to slip from her hand, until she retains, with loose grasp, only the so-called housekeeping.... Having thus given up one by one the occupations which required knowledge of materials and processes, and skill in using them ... she rightly feels that whats left is mere deadening drudgery.”
—Ellen Henrietta Swallow Richards (18421911)
“A box of teak, a box of sandalwood,
A brass-ringed spyglass in a case,
A coin, leaf-thin with many polishings,
Last kingdom of a gold forgotten face,
These lie about the room....”
—Philip Larkin (19221986)