Avatar 2 Box Office Collection
James Cameron’s ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ has finally been released. The film earned a splash on the first day itself. By making a grand opening on Friday, Avatar has decided to create new records. The film is performing well in almost every zone.
James Cameron’s ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ is the hottest film of the season and has taken India by storm in terms of first-day collections, showcasing James Cameron’s greatest work. This Hollywood film has broken every record of the South film, while it stood at number five among Hollywood films like Avengers: Endgame, Spiderman: No Way Home, Avengers: Infinity War, and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Overall, it is the second biggest opener after ‘Avengers: Endgame’.
‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ box office collection
‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ made a huge collection of 41 crores net in India on the first day. The best-performing circuit was AP/Nizam, where it collected Rs 11.9 crore. It earned more than a double margin, beating the previous Best Picture, Spider-Man. It also created a record in Kerala with a 2.40 crore net. It is going to be the biggest film beating ‘Spiderman’. It also performed well in states like Tamil Nadu and Karnataka but did not break records.
Avatar Box Office
Friday (Opening Day) – 41 crores
The film did very well in North India as well, but could not create extraordinary records. The Hindi version of the film earned Rs 11 crore net. The Hindi version is being loved in the hinterlands of India, where the film has performed extremely well. The IMAX version of the film has seen the best engagement and bookings are already being done for it.
Will be able to make new records?
‘Avatar’ is doing phenomenal business in all the circuits in India except the AP/Nizam circuit where it broke records. That circuit is generally known for its strong films and is generally very difficult for films that get mass releases. Overall, the film opened well on Friday. It is expected from this film that it will soon set new records by earning huge sums of money.