HomeBudget & Box OfficeMarvel's 100 Crores Hattrick in India Even After The Poor Reviews

Marvel’s 100 Crores Hattrick in India Even After The Poor Reviews

Marvel is well known for its superhero movies, But phase 4 was quite disappointing for Marvel fans. Fans’ expectations were not met by the studio, In phase 4 Marvel released 7 movies which is the highest number of movies in any phase until now.

The last three movies ie. Spiderman No Way Home, Doctor Strange Multiverse of Madness, and Thor Love and Thunder did a great collection and somehow matched the expectations of some fans, Although, All three films have crossed the 100cr mark at the Indian Box Office.

Spiderman No Way Home

Fans were very excited about this move as there were reports that all 3 spidermen are featured in the film, It earned an estimated 211 cr at Indian Box Office and crossed 1 billion mark at the worldwide Box Office Collecting a whopping $1.91 billion.

Doctor Strange Multiverse of Madness

The fans were expecting a huge number of cameos and great action sequences in the film but it all shattered when the audience bought the ticket and watched the movie, Although it did not receive much love from fans It did great at the Box Office..

Crossing the 100 cr mark it is estimated Collection is 130 cr in India and $955 million worldwide.

Thor Love and Thunder

Despite bad reviews, the film manages to cross the 100 cr mark at the Indian Box office. The film earned an estimated 101 cr at the Indian Box office and crossed the 950 Million mark globally to date.

It was interesting, even without the Top Notch content, the film did great box office collections in India, it will be interesting to see the next step of Marvel after this.

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