New Delhi, Jan 22 (ANI): Chinese film director Jiang Wen's latest flick 'Let the Bullets Fly' is set to break box office record for Chinese films.
The film, a Chinese New Year blockbuster, has raked in 660 million yuan (100 dollars) in the Chinese mainland, putting it on course to break the record for domestic films, the film's producer has said, reports Xinhua.
The producer, Ma Ke, was quoted by Beijing News as saying that initial statistics showed 'Let the Bullets Fly' has raked in 660 million yuan in box office since its debut on December 16.
The film, starring Hong Kong star Chow Yun-fat, mainland actor Ge You and Wen himself, has made 200 million yuan within five days of its release.
Eying a total box office of 700 million yuan, Ke said it could be expected that the 'Bullets' would soon smash the domestic box office record of 673 million yuan set by director Feng Xiaogang's quake film 'Aftershock' released earlier last year. (ANI)