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Silver jubilee

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Silver jubilee

Silver jubilee is a celebration held to mark a 25th anniversary. The anniversary celebrations can be of a wedding anniversary, the 25th year of a monarch's reign or anything that has completed a 25-year mark.

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  • Silver jubilees in recent history 1
  • Forthcoming 2
  • South Asian film terminology 3
  • References 4
  • See also 5

Silver jubilees in recent history

Forthcoming

  • King Harald V of Norway is expected to have his silver jubilee in 2016.

South Asian film terminology

In Pakistan and India, a silver jubilee film is one shown continuously in cinemas in one city for 25 weeks.[1]

References

  1. ^ http://www.pakistanviews.com/a-tribute-to-action-legend-on-his-10th-anniversary/A tribute to action legend on his 10th anniversary/ "A Silver Jubilee film is an average film, which shows 25 weeks continuously on cinemas in a single city. The success measure for a Silver Jubilee film is minimum 10 weeks in main cinemas."

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