Avatar 2 Box Office Advance Booking Day 1: Chasing 2.5 Lakh Mark In Ticket Sales, Already On Accelerator Mode With 5 More Days To Go!

Avatar 2 Box Office Advance Booking Day 1 (5 Days To Go) (Picture Credit: Poster)

James Cameron’s Avatar 2 is building the groundwork for a solid opening day box office. The film is enjoying stupendous ticket sales across the country, with the 3D version selling like hotcase. Now the latest news is coming that the film is going to be a big hit soon. 2.5 lakh Ticket Sale in advance booking for the first day. Keep reading below to learn more.

Releasing on 16 December 2022, the film is a sequel to Avatar, which released in 2009. 100 crores had just started in India with Ghajini, it James Cameron went to archive directing 141.25 crores at the Indian box office. Now after 13 years, the expectations from Part 2 are skyrocketing.

As per latest update, Avatar 2 sold out around 2.4 lakh tickets for the first day. The collection from advance booking for the first day stood at around Rs 8 crore. So far. it’s really huge and soon 10 crore mark Must have touched With 5 more days, we expect a really big number and there are chances that the film may cross the 15 crore mark.

Meanwhile, Kate Winslet recently broke Tom Cruise’s record after holding her breath for seven minutes and 15 seconds while filming Avatar 2. The 47-year-old actress, who plays Ronal in the much-anticipated sequel, was underwater for 7 minutes and 15 seconds. Cruise held his breath for 6 minutes on the set of Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation.

Note: Box office numbers are based on estimates and various sources. The numbers have not been independently verified by Koimoi.

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