EXCLUSIVE: Barbie’s Global Triumph: Surpasses $774 Million+ Worldwide In 2 weeks , Achieves 36 Cr Net Collection in India!

The film industry witnessed an impressive box office surge over the past two weekends, driven by two highly anticipated movies: Warner Bros/Mattel’s toy adaptation, Barbie, and Christopher Nolan’s epic three-hour World War II-era drama, Oppenheimer. While Barbie is expected to outperform Oppenheimer on a global scale, the situation is distinct in India. Here, the Nolan brand holds significant allure, attracting enthusiastic audiences to watch Cilian Murphy’s exceptional performance in Oppenheimer, despite the higher ticket prices. Intriguingly, India stands out as the only country where Oppenheimer surpasses Barbie by a considerable margin.

Barbie Performs Respectably in Limited Indian Box Office Release

The movie Barbie had a promising start at the Indian box office, collecting 4.50 cr net on its opening day, followed by a notable 6.50 cr net on day two, witnessing a substantial 45% jump. The film’s performance remained steady, garnering 6.75 cr net on Sunday. Despite facing tough competition and being released in limited theaters, Barbie managed to achieve a commendable 21.50 cr gross (17.75 cr net) total over the weekend. However, as anticipated, the film experienced a significant drop of 50% on Monday, earning 2.25 cr net. The downward trend continued, culminating in a week one collection of 25.65 cr net (30.75 cr net gross).

Film collected 1.70 cr on 2nd Friday and jumped again on 2nd Saturday with 3 cr number followed by 3.15 cr net on 2nd Sunday.

On the second Friday, the film’s collection stood at 1.70 crore, displaying steady performance. The momentum increased significantly on the following Saturday, with an impressive jump to 3 crore net. Sunday saw further growth, with a collection of 3.15 crore net. The film’s consistent run continued on Monday and Tuesday, where it collected 0.80 crore each day. Wednesday’s earnings were slightly higher, reaching 0.85 crore, while Thursday saw a collection of 0.75 crore. By the end of its 14th day, the film’s total collection reached 36.5 crore.

Following are the collection for the film:

Friday: 4.50 cr

Saturday: 6.50 cr

Sunday: 7 cr

Monday: 2.25 cr

Tuesday: 2 cr

Wednesday: 1.80 cr

Thursday: 1.60 cr

1st week Total: 25.65 Cr Net

2nd Week

Friday: 1.70 cr

Saturday: 3 cr

Sunday: 3.15 cr

Monday: 0.8 cr

Tuesday: 0.8 cr

Wednesday: 0.85 cr

Thrusday: 0.75 cr

Total collection: 36.5 cr nett

Barbie Reigns Supreme at the Worldwide Box Office, Surpassing Oppenheimer

Barbie had a fantastic $155 million 3-day opening weekend at the US Box Office, making it the biggest 3-day weekend of 2023 and giving director Greta Gerwig the record for the largest ever opening for a film solely directed by a woman, surpassing Wonder Woman’s previous record of $103.3 million USD.

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Barbie achieved a remarkable 5-day overseas opening of $182 million across 69 markets, securing the second-largest global opening of 2023 and surpassing The Super Mario Bros Movie’s opening of $172.9 million USD. Combining its overseas success with its impressive $155 million earnings at the US Box Office, the film propelled Margot Robbie to a total global opening of $337 million USD, securing the second-highest global opening at the box office in 2023.

Film will cross massive $700 Million in 9 days and it has shot on crossing $1 Billion. Follwing are the collections after 2nd weekend:

Domestic US: $351.4 Million

Overseas: $423.1 Million

Worldwide: $774.5 Million

Film is certain to cross 1 Billion USD by 3rd week and that’s massive achievement as film has over performed in big way breaking every projection.

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