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Hollywood MoviesAvatar 2 Collects Rs 40 crore on Day 1 At Indian Box...

Avatar 2 Collects Rs 40 crore on Day 1 At Indian Box Office

James Cameron’s direct sequel to 2009’s Avatar, the all-time biggest-grossing film, is titled Avatar The Way of Water. The sequel to Avatar was released worldwide on December 16. The movie stars Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana in the principal roles. James Cameron’s magnum opus soars high on box office on Day 1. Know Avatar 2 Day 1 Box Office collection below.

Avatar 2 Day 1 Box Office Collection

The prequel continues Worthington’s portrayal of paraplegic marine Jake Sully. Jake Sully turns out to be an unlikely champion for the Na’vi. Na’vi is a race of intelligent humanoids that stands 10 feet tall and has blue skin. In the sequel, Saldana’s Neytiri and Sully exert every effort to keep their family intact.

According to early projections, Avatar The Way of Water generated between Rs 35 and Rs 36 crore on its opening day in India. The following was tweeted by trade expert Sumit Kadel. The post read, “#AvatarTheWayOfWater is headed towards 35-36 cr nett opening day in India (All Langs) as per early estimations.”

Avatar is the second movie by director James Cameron to earn more than USD 2 billion at the box office after Titanic. It is currently the highest-grossing movie of all time. The director claims that for the sequel to make a profit, it must come in third or fourth place at the box office.

The director told GQ that Avatar: The Way of Water is “the worst business case in movie history,” and he has informed 20th Century Studios, the film’s production company. He added, “You must rank third or fourth in all-time box office receipts. Your threshold is that. Your break-even is there “.

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