Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness Box Office (India): With 109.48% Profits, Surpasses RRR To Become The 3rd Best Hit Of 2022!

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Box Office (India): Crosses RRR’s profits in just one week!(Photo Credits: Poster)

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Box Office: Marvel is on a roll as it continues to win over the ticket windows with each release. Spider-Man: No Way Home was thundering globally and now starring Benedict Cumberbatch is leading the legacy. As for India, it has already surpassed the profits of SS Rajamouli directorial RRR and all the details you need are given below.

To sustain you to run at the box office, Doctor Strange 2 earned collection of 3.25 crore In Indian BO. More exciting is the fact that it is the highest-grossing film of the day as others like Jayeshbhai Jordaar and KGF Chapter 2 could not match the release numbers. While the Ranveer Singh starrer was expected to cross that milestone with its opening numbers, the Yash starrer has completed just 1 month of run.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness was made on a budget 50 crores. After its second Friday, the film has collected total 104.74 crore in India. If we subtract the cost from the total, the profit is 54.74 crores. Converting it to percentage, the number becomes 109.48% which is a huge difference.

Considering the fact that Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has completed only one week at the Indian box office, the collection is quite impressive. It has already become a hit case and also surpassed SS Rajamouli directorial RRR which made ROI 131.83 crores.

but Benedict Cumberbatch Starrer is far behind KGF Chapter 2 (331.95 crores) and k files (232.50 crores). Only time will tell what it will achieve in its lifetime, but the expectations are huge.

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