Marvel Cinematic Universe’s new film ‘Doctor Strangers 2 in the Multiverse of Madness’ has completed its first week at the Indian box office. The film has earned around Rs 100.25 crore in the first week. The second week of the film is going to be a test of the real popularity of this film. The all-language box collection of the film ‘Doctor Strange 2’, which opened with an opening of about Rs 28 and a half crore, has reached five crores on the last day of the week.
According to the last figures of the film’s day-wise collection at the Indian box office so far, the film’s collection has never been able to rise after Friday. The film ‘Doctor Strangers in the Multiverse of Madness’ did a net business of Rs 28.35 crore in India on its opening day. The collection was Rs 25.75 crore on Saturday, Rs 25.40 crore on Sunday, Rs 8.14 crore on Monday, Rs 6.60 crore on Tuesday, Rs 6.01 crore on Wednesday and Rs 5.00 crore on Thursday. The total net collection of the film is barely able to cross the Rs 100 crore mark in the first week.
The film ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ suffered the most in Hindi-speaking areas. The Hindi version of the film raised a lot of expectations for the filmmakers with an opening of Rs 7.15 crore on the first day. But, for Hindi audiences who had not seen Disney series like “Wanda Vision” and “What If” before, they did not understand the film at all. As a result of this, the collection of the Hindi version of the film fell to 5.20 crores on Saturday itself. On Sunday, the film got the benefit of advance booking and ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ Hindi also earned Rs 6.70 crore on this day.
But, from Monday onwards, the Hindi version of the film “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” remained the same as its original language version. The Hindi version of the film earned Rs 1.95 crore on Monday, Rs 1.67 crore on Tuesday, Rs 1.52 crore on Wednesday, and around Rs 1.34 crore on Thursday, as per the opening figures. The film ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ was not even required by law in any other Indian language other than Hindi. Apart from Hindi, in any other Indian language, the film could not even touch the Rs 1 crore mark on a single day in a week.
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