Box Office: Will Avengers: Infinity War Defeat Baaghi 2 To Emerge As The Biggest Opener Of 2018?

Avengers: Infinity War Box Office: It has recorded one of the best advance booking of all time in India, and the approximate pre-release sales is expected to close around the Rs 20 crore mark. The film has taken the second biggest advance of all time after Baahubali 2 despite limited showcasing on merely 2100 screens in India.

The advance ticket sales is better than films like Sultan, Tiger Zinda Hai and Dangal to name a few, however the opening day collections might fall a bit shot of the above mentioned films starring superstars like Salman Khan and Aamir Khan.

The film has taken the best advance in Mumbai, where it has created history. Most of the theatres in the city have pre-sold almost 50% of the tickets in advance and the film is set to record one of the biggest single day collection of all time in Mumbai.

Avengers: Infinity War defeat Baaghi 2
Box Office: Will Avengers: Infinity War Defeat Baaghi 2 To Emerge As The Biggest Opener Of 2018?

The top single day collections in Mumbai are mentioned below and Avengers: Infinity War is expected to take a start of approximately Rs 9 to 10 crore in the city.

Top Single Day in Mumbai: (Approximately Collections)

Tiger Zinda Hai: Rs 14.50 crore (Sunday)
PRDP: Rs 14.20 crore (Post Diwali)
Dangal: Rs 13.50 crore (Sunday)
Sultan: Rs 11.50 crore (Eid Day)

As far as all India collections are concerned, the film is expected to take a solid start of approximately Rs 25 crore and will challenge the current biggest opener of the year, Baaghi 2, which raked in Rs 25.10 crore. It would be interesting to see if the film emerges the biggest opener of the year, despite facing a lot of hurdles in the form of limited release and a non-Hindi film.

Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmaavat is currently the second biggest opener of 2018, as the film collected approximately Rs 19 crore on its opening day. As far as the occupancy is concerned, the movie is expected to record one of the biggest occupancy of all time in India. The film might challenge the current record holder, Ek Tha Tiger, which had recorded a historic occupancy of over 90% on its opening day in 2012.

Are you ready to witness the Avengers Storm at the Box-Office in India?