Oppenheimer won Rs. 150 million at the Indian box office


In the fourth week, Oppenheimer continues to dominate the Indian box office, surpassing Rs. 150 million mark. The country remains the biggest market for Christopher Nolan’s film, beating out its rivals BarbieRecently joined the billion dollar club in terms of global revenues. There is no official data on Barbie’s financial earnings in India, but the latest recorded value is Rs. 32.75 million since the beginning of this month. Worldwide, Oppenheimer It grossed an impressive $666.4 million (roughly Rs. 5,539 crore) against an estimated budget of $100 million (roughly Rs. 821 crore), which was naturally considered profitable for Universal Pictures.

With these numbers, Oppenheimer Currently the sixth-highest-grossing film of the year behind Spider-Man: Spider-Man 2, it was recently released digitally. Barbie, on the other hand, sits comfortably in second position, beating out Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 and Super Mario Bros. went slowly to bring down the film. Oppenheimer It debuted very well in India, selling 1.7 million tickets on BookMyShow in its first weekend, with the majority of viewers opting to watch in IMAX – which is exactly how Nolan wanted to see the biopic. Despite being rated R, the film did well in India, while Barbie further back, partly because it didn’t get a Hindi dub.

Oppenheimer has now become Nolan’s fifth highest-grossing film, surpassing his other World War II film Dunkirk, which grossed $525 million (approximately Rs. 4,362 crore) worldwide. “Barbenheimer’s” passion has contributed significantly to its success, in turn helping PVR Inox to make a profit in a tough region where Hindi films have been critical and commercial disappointments. Tom Cruise’s Mission: Impossible – Deadly Reckoning Part 1 was another major IMAX hit in July, showing demand for Hollywood films in the country. In fact, PVR Inox has just launched India’s first stand-alone IMAX experience at Priya Cinemas in Delhi – a 316-seat cinema with the only IMAX screen for the said massive format.

On track to become Nolan’s biggest non-Batman film yet, Oppenheimer marks his first film at Universal Pictures after parting ways with longtime partner Warner Bros. However, it was recently reported that WB wanted to mend their relationship with the filmmaker, who even received a seven-figure royalty check for his work at the time. – The spy film Tenet is out in cinemas in the UK. middle of the pandemic. Nolan was engaged in post-production work Oppenheimer On the basis of the World Bank, it raises doubts about the restoration of relations between the two parties.

Oppenheimer is currently playing in theaters around the world.

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