Shang Chi Box Office India Report: Marvel Film Thrashes Local Releases At The Box Office – See Latest | Khatrimaza

Shang Chi Box Office India Report: Marvel Film Thrashes Local Releases At The Box Office – See Latest | Khatrimaza

India report. During the Corona virus epidemic, Bollywood film industry’s major player Mr Akshay Kumar took the risk of releasing his ‘Bell Bottom’ in theatres, for which he was also praised. Bell Bottom also got a decent response from the audience but it did not do anything special at the box office. 

After this, no major actor has announced to bring his film to the theatres. Even a big budget film like RRR has to be postponed as the makers don’t want to suffer. Check out our latest Shang-Chi box office report to know more. 

While Indian filmmakers are scared to bring their films to the theatres, Marvel’s Shang Chi has created a flutter at the Indian box office. Marvel has introduced a Chinese superhero to the audience for the first time, which is being well-liked by the people. 

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Marvel created Shang Chi to capture the Asian cinema market and their decision is proving to be right. Shang Chi is grossing heavily in Asia, including the Indian box office figures. Shang-Chi box office report suggests that the movie is dominating the Indian Box Office. 

According to a well-known trade expert Taran Adarsh, Shang Chi has perfromed well at the box office on the second weekend as well. The film has earned ₹1.10 crores on Friday, ₹1.43 crores on Saturday, and ₹1.75 crores on Sunday. The total earning of the film Shang Chi has gone up to ₹19.56 crores.

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Looking at the kind of figures Shang Chi is registering at the box office, it can be said that this film will soon cross the 30 crore mark at the Indian box office. According to trade experts, in view of the circumstances created by the corona epidemic, if a film earns Rs 30 crore, then it should be considered as 100 crores. Because in normal days it would have been the minimum earning of that film. 

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