Avatar The Way of Water box office collection Day 1: James…

New Delhi: The Avatar sequel is finally out! Avatar: The Way of Water, the sequel to the 2009 film Avatar, debuted in Indian theatres on December 16—13 years after Avatar’s initial release. James Cameron’s Avatar was the all-time top-grossing movie, earning $2.9 billion globally.

According to trade estimates, Avatar:, The Way of Water appears to be continuing on the same route as when it made a record-breaking Rs 38 crore when it first debuted in Indian theatres. As a result, the movie became India’s second-biggest Hollywood opening ever.

Box Office Collection

The Indian box office for Avatar: The Way of Water has gotten off to an explosive start. On its opening day on December 16, the James Cameron-directed movie reportedly made between Rs 38.50 and Rs 40.50 crore at the box office. Avatar 2 is now the second-highest box office debut in the Indian market as a result. The first was the 2019 movie Avengers: Endgame, which brought in Rs 53.10 crore on its first day of release.

The South Indian markets, such as Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and Karnataka, were largely responsible for the success of Avatar 2. They earned Rs 22 crore in total. Indian markets in the north, east, and west also have strong occupancy. Avatar 2 easily outperformed movies like Spiderman: No Way Home, Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness, and Avengers: Infinity War on their opening day.

About Avatar The Way of Water

One of James Cameron’s most eagerly awaited science fiction films is Avatar: The Way of Water. The Sully family, which consists of Jake, Neytiri, and their children, is followed throughout the movie. The scenario is based on how Sullys responds to Quaritch and his tribe attacking them in Steven Lang’s novel. The focus of the sequel is mainly on preserving families and focusing on interpersonal ties.

Leading actors in the movie include Sam Worthington, Sigourney Weaver, Zoe Saldana, and Kate Winslet.

Also read:- Avatar 2 Box Office Day 1 Advance Booking: Closes over huge 20 crore mark, but Spider-Man: No Way Home is missed by an inch!

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