Thor: Love and Thunder Box Office Collection Day 20: Crosses 600M worldwide

Thor: Love and Thunder box office day 20

Chris Hemsworth-Natalie Portman led “Thor: Love and Thunder” also known as “Thor 4” is on a record-breaking spree, the film is already the 7th highest grossing film of the year, and has now entered the coveted 600 million dollars (Rs 4790.71 crores) worldwide mark.

Although the film received generally mixed responses from the critics, it has been garnering a decent amount of footfalls at the ticket windows since the start. Thor 4 is directed by Taika Waititi, it is the 4th part of the Thor film series, and overall the 39th film of the MCU franchise.

Box Office Collection Worldwide

Along with crossing the USD 600M worldwide, it is also eying on, to beat the lifetime of “Thor: The Dark World” (USD 644M). As per the Box Office Mojo, it has accumulated $279.66M in the domestic (US and Canada) and $322M in the International market, the total worldwide collection of Thor 4 now stands at $601.66 M worldwide.

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Box Office Collection (India)

Thor 4 to pass another milestone, as it is expected to cross the coveted 100 cr mark by its third weekend in India. Thor 4 was opened to an excellent extended opening weekend of Rs 64.8 Cr, however, it saw a major drop in its collections on Mondays. Still, it managed to churn out decent collections week in, week out.

Box Office Collection Day 20

Chris-Natalie’s film is decent at the box office even after the arrival of the biggie Shamshera, it is expected that “Thor: Love and Thunder” will see its lifetime Rs 105-110 range at the end of its theatrical run, in India.

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As per the estimation, it will collect in the range of Rs 35-40 L on Day 20 to take the total collection to around Rs 97 crores at the box office in India.

Box Office Collection (Week-wise)

It accumulated Rs 64.8 crores on weekend 1, staying stable through the weekdays, it took the week 1 collection to Rs 79.55 Cr. It collects Rs 10.51 Cr on the second weekend and took the week 2 collections to Rs 14.39 crores. Though there were regular big drops on Monday, the film was stable through the weekdays which helped it bounce back on the weekends.

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