Three days before its release, Avatar: The Way of Water makes ten million rupees.

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Three days before its release, Avatar: The Way of Water makes ten million rupees.

James Cameron, known for various films including Aliens, Terminator, and Titanic, established an intriguing cinematic universe with Avatar thirteen years ago, and it swept the world by storm. Avatar utterly blew our minds away with its stunning depiction of the alien continent of Pandora and its engaging narrative, which were all ground-breaking in terms of storytelling, visual effects, motion capture technology, and music.

After the film’s debut, a sequel was anticipated shortly after, however the wait has been quite long.

Avatar: The Way of Water collects Rs 10 crore before release, beats Dr Strange advance booking record

Avatar: The Way of Water will finally enter theatres on December 16—13 years after its initial release.

The sequel was produced on a budget of Rs. 1900 crores, which is much more expensive than the first. We can be very certain that production costs will be recouped, and the interesting aspect is that some of it has already been recouped, given the fan anticipation for the movie and James Cameron’s widespread appeal. Three days before its official release, Avatar: The Way of Water reportedly made Rs 10 crores in revenue.

Bookings for the movie began 15 days before to the scheduled premiere, and reports indicate that a record two lakh tickets had been sold. Pre-release ticket sales have generated close to Rs 10 crores in total earnings.

The language options for Avatar: The Way of Water are English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam. While there are some additions, the majority of the original cast members are still present. Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver, Cliff Curtis, Joel David Moore, CCH Pounder, Edie Falco, Jemaine Clement, and Kate Winslet make up the ensemble cast.









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