Warner Bros and DC’s Aquaman has made Rs 28 crore as box office in its first three days of release in India.
The sources said that Aquaman has made Rs 28 crore in its first three days of release in India, coming within touching distance of Thor: Ragnarok’s total.
According to a Box Office Mojo report, Aquaman was the number one movie internationally this weekend, ahead of its US debut on December 21. The film has made $261 million (Rs 1800 crore), with the majority of it coming from China, where the film was released a full two weeks before the US and has made close to $200 million. The superhero film’s biggest international territories are Brazil ($7.7m), Russia ($7.4m), Mexico ($7.9m), UK ($6.5m), Indonesia ($5.3m), Taiwan ($4.7m) and Philippines ($4.3m). Tracking suggests that the movie could open to $100 million in its first weekend in the US, which will be more than what Justice League made.
The DC superhero team movie, produced at a budget of $300 million and expected to be their answer to Marvel’s Avengers, ended up being the lowest grossing film of the series. It opened to Rs 8 crore on its first day in India, on its way to a total of approximately Rs 40 crore.