Misson Impossible: Fallout hit the theatres yesterday in India and took one of the best openings among all Hollywood films. The 6th installment of the 22-year-old successful franchise, Mission Impossible, witnessed an excellent growth throughout the day. It has managed to set the right chord with the audience on its first Friday and is looking to score big in its lifetime. Mission Impossible Fallout first day collection explains the dominance of the Hollywood film over the Hindi holdover as well as new releases.

 A Still from Mission Impossible: Fallout

Excellent Performance all Over the World

The 6th installment of the Hollywood series, Mission Impossible is doing well all over the world. This successful franchise is presenting a stiff competition to Hindi holdover as well as new releases in India. On its opening day, MI6 attracted a huge number of audience to its theatres and didn’t allow the other films to earn well. Not only in India, Mission Impossible: Fallout has also started well worldwide. In its Thursday preview, it collected over Rs. 40.8 crores ($ 6 million), which is really a positive sign.

A Still from Mission Impossible Fallout

MI6 First Day Collection – 6th Highest Hollywood Opening

Mission Impossible Fallout first day collection is the 6th highest among all the Hollywood films released in India. It collected Rs. 9.50 crores on its opening Friday which hints towards a strong lifetime journey for the film. This film has witnessed a growth of around 50% from its previous part, Rogue Nation. Since there is no big film in the Indian theatres currently so there is going to be a solid weekend for Mission Impossible: Fallout. It would grow on a strong note and easily cross the mark of Rs. 35 crores in its first three days. More updates about the film will be made available soon.

First Published on: 12:13 pm - 28, Jul 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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