How much money did ‘Black Adam’ make in India on its first day of release?
Entertainment Desk: Dwayne Johnson’s ‘Black Adam’, which was released in India a day before its global release, started its journey with strong box office earnings. Despite being a non-holiday midweek release, the film collected Rs 6-7 crore on its first day of release. A total of Rs 4 crore tickets were sold from three major multiplex chains.
Although these revenues are far behind compared to the films of ‘MCU’.
This is because “DC” lost its grip in India long ago. Film analysts say it will take time to find their audience in India.
Dwayne Johnson has a huge fan base in India. Any movie of this star when released in India is a huge commercial success. The recently released film “Black Adam” is also treading this path. “Black Adam” is not a known “superhero” in India; But Dwayne Johnson’s stardom has had a huge impact on audiences.
The famous superhero movie “The Batman” released in 2022 fetched around Rs 7 crore on its first day of release in India. In this ratio, box office analysts consider Black Adam’s first-day earnings to be quite positive. However, trade analysts believe that the film’s path in India will be somewhat rocky.
As Diwali approaches, cinema revenues in India are slightly lower. Apart from that, due to the effects of movies released in different languages on Diwali and the India-Pakistan World Cup match on Sunday, analysts believe that “Black Adam” will have a lot of momentum at the box office. Advance bookings for the second day of the film would also be lower than for the first day.
“Black Adam” is a spin-off of Warner Bros.’ “Shazam.” and New Line Cinema. The character first appeared as a villain in DC Comics in the 1940s. A few years later, in 2000, he appeared as an antihero.
Directed by “Jungle Cruise” director Jaume Collet Serra and starring Dwayne Johnson, “Black Adam” stars Aldis Hodge as Hawkman, Noah Centineo as Atom Smasher, Quintessa Swindell as Cyclone and Pierce Brosnan as Dr. Fate. The screenplay for the film was written by Adam Stykiel, Rory Haynes and Sohrab Nashirvani.
Source: Villa Rose.
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