Frozen 2 becomes highest grossing animation movie in India; Jumanji: The Next Level earns Rs 27.66 cr by Day 4
In its fourth week, Frozen 2 has earned a total of Rs 42.52 crore at the Indian box office collection so far
Disney's Frozen 2 which has been dominating the global box office by securing the $1 billion club entry, is performing tremendously well at the Indian box office as well. In its fourth week, the film has earned a total of Rs 42.52 crore at the Indian box office so far. According to trade analysts, Frozen 2 has beat Incredibles 2 (Rs 41.65 crore) to become the highest grossing animation movie in India. Walt Disney's animated franchise has minted $1.032 billion globally and is recorded as the sixth Disney movie of the year to cross the $1 billion mark.
Frozen 2, which released during the Thanksgiving weekend, grossed an astounding $350.2 million — smashing records to become the largest-opening animated film of all time, per Deadline.
Check out the box office figures of Frozen 2 here
#Frozen2 is now the highest grossing animation movie in #India... Ahead of #Incredibles2 [₹ 41.65 cr Nett BOC]... #Frozen2 biz:
Week 1: ₹ 25.06 cr
Week 2: ₹ 11.53 cr
Week 3: ₹ 4.69 cr
Week 4: ₹ 1.24 cr [till 16 Dec 2019]
Total: ₹ 42.52 cr Nett BOC#India biz. All versions.
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) December 17, 2019
Meanwhile, Dwayne Johnson-starrer fantasy adventure comedy film Jumanji: The Next Level , which collected nearly Rs 20 crore at the Indian box office market in its opening weekend, witnessed a slight drop in Monday collections. The film minted Rs 3.01 crore on Monday, taking its current total to Rs 27.66 crore.
Check out the box office numbers of Jumanji: The Next Level here
#Jumanji: #TheNextLevel witnesses slightly higher than expected decline on Day 4 [40.40%] vis-à-vis Day 1... Thu previews 1.15 cr, Fri 5.05 cr, Sat 8.35 cr, Sun 10.10 cr, Mon 3.01 cr. Total: ₹ 27.66 cr Nett BOC. #India biz. All versions. #JumanjiTheNextLevel — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) December 17, 2019
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