Before the release of Teraa Surroor, Himesh Reshammiya had committed that if the film does well he will perform live in Dublin. Now, Himesh will celebrate its success by not only performing live in Dublin, but also by releasing remix versions of all the songs. Himesh has a lot of fans in Dublin. An enormous show is being planned where Himesh will perform all his hit songs including the original and remix tracks from Teraa Surroor. T Series will also be releasing the remix version of the songs soon.
We also hear that after the show in Dublin, Himesh will be travelling to Stockholm to shoot a grand video for a dance number which he will be releasing as a single.
A little over Rs. 11 crore in one week, and still counting. This is how the Box Office response to Himesh Reshammiya’s latest release as an actor, Teraa Surroor, looks like. The fact that the production and marketing cost of Rs. 11 crore was recovered well before the release itself pretty much signifies the kind of business acumen that the producer/composer/singer/actor boasts of. His film may not have got the best of the reviews and the press may not have gone gung-ho over his latest theatrical release. However, in the world of sheer commerce, Himesh has emerged winner again.
This is the point where the adage of ‘who has the last laugh’ comes into action!
What is remarkable is the fact that the man hasn’t given up, despite this being his 10th year in the business as an actor. Many termed his debut release Aap Kaa Surroor – The Moviee  as a fluke success. They could well have been right as his next couple of releases, Karzzzz and Radio didn’t cover much of a distance while Kajraare got a delayed (and sudden) release. However, Himesh kept his chin up. Many suggested that he continues to invest all his energy into making music, something that has been working for him ever since he burst into the scene with Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna Kya  almost 20 years back.
Himesh Reshammiya is pleased with the audience’s response to his latest release ‘Teraa Surroor.’ So he will visit Siddhivinayak Temple at Prabhadevi in Mumbai today to express his gratitude to the residing deity.
Confirming the same, director Shawn Arranha says, “The economic module and encouraging feedback has resulted in a profit for the film’s makers.” Attributing it to thorough pre-production and support of the officials and locals of Dublin, where the movie was shot, he adds, “Planning helped us get the desired grandness in production values while simultaneously keeping tight reins over the budget.”
Reiterating that the producers have recovered the entire landing cost of the musical romantic thriller from sales of music, satellite, overseas DVD, Internet and other rights, Shawn maintains that collections from Indian theatres make for a good profit. “With the collections steady on Monday, I’m happy that I have delivered a profitable product,” he signs off.
Shawn Arranha is a happy man. The director of recently released ‘Teraa Surroor’ tells us “Ensuring a good product has ensured a profit making film. Audiences are loving Himesh’s new look, the music and the suspense in the film.” After the success of ‘The Xpose,’ Himesh’s latest suspense thriller brought in INR 1.79 crore on Day 1 and INR 2.09 Crores on Day 2.
Director Shawn Arranha earlier told us the film’s production cost was INR 6.5 crores with a budget of INR 4.50 for P&A. However, this entire cost was recovered before the film’s release through sale of music, satellite, overseas, DVD, Internet and other rights. Great going for Himesh who has managed to deliver another musical hit!
After building six pack abs for ‘Teraa Surroor’ Himesh will be going in for a complete makeover for the sequel of ‘The Xpose,’ ‘Heeriye’ and a biopic which is on the cards. Each movie will have a different look and for which Himesh is going to undergo complete physical training in London. The role demands the character to be very fit and Himesh says he wants to justify the same.
The ‘Karzzzz’ star, who started his career as a music composer before venturing into other streams, said he does not have the temperament of a director. “No, I think I can never turn into a director as it’s a very stressful job. I don’t think my temperament will ever allow me to turn into one,” Himesh said when asked about his plans of calling the shots.
Himesh is back on the screens as a hero with ‘Teraa Surroor’, which releases tomorrow but he denies that the film is a sequel to his 2007 debut film ‘Aap Kaa Surroor’. “It is just taking the brand of ‘Surroor’ forward after the album and the movie. The plot is an intense love story of Raghu and Tara. The female protagonist gets struck in Dublin and due to a conspiracy, she is put behind bars. The story unveils when Raghu goes to Dublin to find out who has trapped Tara in this conspiracy.”
Besides Himesh, the film has veterans like Naseeruddin Shah, Shekhar Kapur and Kabir Bedi. “I am thankful to all the veteran actors for accepting their respective roles. I am sure their presence in the movie is going to take the movie to another level”, he said.
Himesh Reshammiya has always been one to draw extreme reactions. Love him or hate him, but there’s no ignoring the nasal twang that has set multiple records at the box office since it made its debut. Ahead of the release of his film Tera Suroor he says, “It’s my tenth film and that is because my films and music have recovered their money. People have been very supporting, otherwise one cannot sustain for ten films. My journey as an actor that has just begun.”
Crediting Salman Khan for his success in the film industry, music director-actor Himesh Reshammiya says the superstar is nothing less than a “messiah” for people, who want to make big in Bollywood.
Himesh made his debut as a composer with Salman’s “Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya” and went on to create music for many of his films like “Tere Naam,” “Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya?,” “Bodyguard,” and “Prem Rata Dhan Payo”.
The actor, who was in the city to promote his upcoming film “Teraa Surroor: A Lethal Love Story,” said Salman gave him fitness tips.