Exhibitors and theater owners across the country were delighted as the Hollywood release Thor: Love and Thunder Continued to bring in the audience. The Marvel film opened on the second day as well with Rs. 12 crore* more came. Of course, after the stupendous first day’s earnings. Would have expected a very good number on the second day even after a drop of Rs 18.60 crore. However, the fact that these collections are also similar to the lifetimes of many films with big stars released this year is a good news.
The film has so far collected crores of rupees. 30.60 cr* already and now will be a success as today it will be at least the same as yesterday’s collection, which means another double digit day on the cards. With another Rs. 10 crore+ expected, the film will earn Rs. will overtake. 40.37 crores, which is the overall first week score of the film’s predecessor, Thor: Ragnarok.
Meanwhile, Bollywood releases Khuda Hafiz: Chapter 2 This is probably the first time that a film, which was earlier released directly on OTT, has developed into a franchise, with the original sequel being released in theatres. It was indeed a brave move and the decision was taken keeping in mind that the first part has done well on OTT. The film starring Vidyut Jammwal got Rs. 1.40 crore* is coming. It will all boil down to the kind of growth that follows over the rest of the weekend.
related to live the world, it is already a set film for multiplex audiences, especially in the North, and this is where it continues to bring Mulla. On Friday, it collected more 92 lakhs, taking its total earnings to Rs. 74.63 crores. The film has barely fallen from its Thursday’s score of 1 crore (when it hit Thor: Love and Thunder) and has now stabilized itself in a position from which it can grow well enough today and tomorrow. Rest assured, around Rs. 4.5-5 crore more will come before the end of the weekend, which will take a total of about Rs. 80 crores.
*Estimate. Final Number Awaiting
Note: All collections according to production and distribution sources