- Avatar 2 The Way Of Water dominated the Indian box office this past weekend. According to trade experts, the South Indian states were responsible for driving demand.
- Avatar 2 and Cirkus, a movie with Ranveer Singh and Rohit Shetty, may compete fiercely at the box office. The Cirkus trailer has drawn a lot of criticism.
This weekend, Avatar 2 The Way Of Water dominated the Indian box office. Trade experts claimed that the South Indian states were the ones driving demand. It’s been 13 years since the release of the 1st Avatar in 2009.
This time, as the sky people reappear in a new form with renewed vigour, Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and his wife Neytiri (Zoe Saldana) seek safety in the seas of Pandora.
The movie looks amazing in 3D and has some amazing visual effects. Over Rs, 136 crores were made during the opening weekend of Avatar 2: The Way Of Water. But there was a sharp decline on the first Monday.
20 crores of rupees were made on the first Monday of Avatar 2 The Way Of Water’s release. Although a significant decline, this was predicted.
India’s total revenue is shy of the $150 billion mark at around Rs 148 crores. On the other hand, the movie is on track to earn Rs 200 crores in its opening weekend.
The box office rivalry between Avatar 2 and Cirkus, a film starring Ranveer Singh and Rohit Shetty, may be fierce. Cirkus’ trailer has received much negative feedback. Currently, the creators are aggressively marketing it.
Avatar 2: The Way Of Water producers were surprised by India. The pandemic in Beijing has ruined what they hoped would be a successful opening weekend in China. It made USD 135 million in the US during the first weekend, less than the USD 150 to 175 million anticipated. It gives me hope to see the collections from India. The movie has suffered from a few issues, including a weak plot, trite dialogue, and a long running time. According to some critics, it also lacks a few more impressive scenes.
This film’s success will significantly impact James Cameron’s ability to produce Avatar 3 and 4. For the film to be profitable, it must gross over USD $2 billion.