Thor: Love and Thunder Box Office Day 5: Chris Hemsworth Starrer Drops Big On Monday

Box Office – Thor: Love and Thunder drops big on Monday (Photo Credits – A Still from Thor: Love and Thunder)

After scoring quite well in his extended opening weekend [64.80 crores], Thor: Love and Thunder saw a big drop for itself on Monday. This has been a trend in recent times with some Hollywood biggies where the start is pretty good and then the Monday gets bigger before stabilizing through Tuesday.

Not that drops were not used in the past, but what has been observed then is much higher than the typical drop of around 40%-50%. It’s a surprising trend but then after the pandemic a lot of amazing things are happening.

On Monday, the Chris Hemsworth starrer collected ₹6 crore, which is quite less when compared to 18.20 crore that the marvel movie was submitted on the first day [Thursday], Ideally, a double-digit Monday would have really helped its case. However, it seems that it is competing more with the Friday that would have been the traditional Opening Day. The film did a collection on the second day of release 11.40 crore And compared to that Monday’s collections actually look quite nice.

Still, the fact remains that the numbers have gone below the 10 crore mark and ideally this should not have happened. However, the collection now stands 70.80 crore* And in the process of making that happen, it has surpassed the lifetime tally of past Hollywood veterans. Jurassic World: Dominion [70 crores] Flat in 5 days. Thor: Love and Thunder is definitely a hit and if the collection goes back to normal now and 100 crore If the mark is crossed, it will emerge as yet another Hollywood film this year when Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness scores a century.

*Estimate. final number awaited

Comment: All collection according to production and distribution sources

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