Hollywood fictional film, Godzilla Vs Kong which released on March 26 in India started on a banging note. The film earned Rs. 6.40 crore on the opening day which was the highest ever opening collection for any film in India ever since the pandemic paralysed the populace. Since then, the film has maintained a good run and continued to earn big bucks. Now, despite theatres running with 50% occupancy due to a rise in the cases, the film has managed to earn moolah in the domestic market. On Tuesday, the film collected Rs. 2.73 crore and on Wednesday, the film raked in Rs. 2.29 crore; thus making the grand total to Rs. 37.92 crore at the Indian markets
Sharing the latest update on the film’s box-office collection, trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted, “#GodzillaVsKong Wed 6.40 cr, Thu 5.40 cr, Fri 4.22 cr, Sat 6.42 cr, Sun 6.52 cr, Mon 3.94 cr [#Holi], Tue 2.73 cr, Wed 2.29 cr. Total: ₹ 37.92 cr NETT. #India biz. All versions.” After seeing the collection of Godzilla Vs Kong on the first day, a trade expert told SpotboyE.com, “The film was released without any promotions. It was a limited 2,000 screens mid-week release. No Holiday. And dubbed in four languages. It has destroyed every notion. Cases Rising, still. But audiences Pan India are turning up at theatres, with good contribution from South, to watch. Please note there are no stars in Godzilla Versus Kong. No Big Names. No Promotions. Only Full Blown Action.”
Meanwhile, Godzilla Vs Kong is directed by Adam Wingard. The film showcases the colossal battle between two extremely powerful titans - Godzilla and Kong who are touted to be each other extreme enemies.
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