Hollywood’s most awaited superhero film Avengers: Endgame has released in India and other parts of the world today.
According to sources the latest Marvel movie Avengers: Endgame has smashed Indian box office records for a foreign film ahead of its Friday release by selling more than 2.5 million advance tickets. A peak of 18 tickets per second was sold on BookMyShow prior to the release.
The movie is releasing in multiple languages across India including English, Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu. Marvel India’s tweet from earlier this morning links to Paytm, India’s leading digital payments firm, for ticket bookings.
Major multiplexes across India are even screening the film post-midnight, an exception, especially, for a Hollywood film. Film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh has given all five stars to Avengers: Endgame, saying the film exceeds the humongous expectations. “…Emotional, humorous, lots and lots of surprises in store.
Considering that Avengers: Endgame is well on its way to become one of the top grosser alongside Bahubali – The Conclusion in India — both non-Bollywood films — the local film industry should be wary.
The film will have about 58,000 show times over the weekend, 10,000 more than the previous record weekend, held by the opening weekend of “Avengers: Infinity War” in 2018.The movie, released in Hindi, English, Tamil and Telugu across 2845 screens in India, is likely to register an opening day collection of between Rs 50 crore and Rs 55 crore, and an opening weekend figure of around Rs 200 crore, predict analysts.
In Guwahati also fans gears up to watch this film.Almost all of Guwahati’s theatres have recorded houseful numbers. PVR: Dona Planet, PVR: City Centre, Cinepolis, Carnival Cinemas: Beltola, Grand Cines etc., all have at least 5 shows per day for the movie minimum, with one show even starting at 6:15 in the morning. Other cinema halls such as Anuradha, Apsara, Gold Cinema also have multiple shows for the movie. Avengers Endgame has also been released in 2D and 3D in both English and Hindi. The hall managers are expecting huge number of audience in this film.