Avengers Infinity War has completed its first weekend at the Indian box office. The film has earned a humongous amount over its first three days and crossed Rs. 90 crores mark. It got the benefitted of the hype as well as the solo release. This is an excellent performance by the film as it was released on just around 2000 screens. Now, it is expected to maintain its stronghold on Monday. Here are the early estimates for Avengers Infinity War 4th day collection.

On the Verge of Crossing 100 Crores

After taking a solid opening, the growth over the next two days was limited. Still, it held well and earned over Rs. 30 crores on each of the first three days. The Hollywood film has broken the record of Padmaavat and Baaghi 2 to become the highest first weekend grosser of 2018. Here are the top first weekend collections of 2018:

  • Padmaavat – Rs. 114.50 crores
  • Baaghi 2 – Rs. 72.50 crores
  • Avengers Infinity War – Rs. 95 crores

4th Day Collection Early Estimates

Avengers Infinity War has been doing exceptionally well and would cross Rs. 100 crores mark today at the box office. The film has witnessed an unexpected growth in many places where it was not likely to perform well. Yesterday, a lot of shows were houseful so many people failed to enjoy the film. Now, today’s is a holiday due to Buddha Poornima and the film would collect a strong earning on Monday. Avengers Infinity War 4th day collection would fall in the range of Rs. 15-20 crores on Monday.

In the next couple of weeks, no big movie is scheduled to arrive at the box office. So, this Hollywood release has a wonderful chance to take its earnings to a big number. Also, it has a great opportunity to become the highest Hollywood grosser by beating Jungle Book in India. More updates about the movie will be made available soon.

First Published on: 13:01 pm - 30, Apr 2018
Author: author image Piyush Chugh
Piyush Chugh is an established film critic, and Bollywood Trade analyst. He brings to you the latest box office news and collection updates.
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