According to early reports, The Batman has opened in India in the range of 7-8 crores. It’s a great start, and it’s more than Gangubai Kathiawadi and Jhund combined for the same day.
Film has collected again a whooping amount 26.10 cr nett on 3rd day. On Sunday film again created havoc and collected 29.23 cr nett. Film has collected 108.37 cr nett over 4- day weekend and gross total of 141 cr.
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Film was outstanding in south and almost at par with Avengers End game on opening day. Film narrowed the gap with higher ticket price and shows starting as early as 4 am.
The film was outstanding in the south and almost at par with the Avengers Endgame on opening day. The Film narrowed the gap with the higher ticket price and shows starting as early as 4 am.
Film will face stiff competition from Pushpa in south and thus its heading for 22.50 cr nett on day two. Film has collected 55 cr nett plus in two days.
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Film was superb all over India but north circuits were still below the maximum capacity which is sign of concern.
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As per early trends, it’s certain that film will cross 28-30 cr nett on day one as it will also become highest opener beating 26 cr nett of Sooryavanshi.
Last month, Reliance Entertainment had pulled down the blockbuster Diwali film, Sooryavanshi, from their chain for a day after they missed on their payments.
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