Avengers: Endgame has created history at the Indian Box Office by emerging as the biggest Hollywood opener. The Marvel film is unstoppable and has already crossed Rs 150 crore benchmark in its opening weekend at the Box Office. After collecting Rs 53.10 cr on its first day, Avengers: Endgame garnered Rs 51.40 crore on Saturday and Rs 52.70 crore on Sunday, taking its net total to Rs 157.20 crore, which is outstanding.

Avengers: Endgame has perfectly fallen at par with the audience’s expectations and matched the emotional appeal that dragged them to the theatres in its three initial days of release. The superhero fans are hailing the film as it keeps on setting a new record each day at the Box Office. Avengers: Endgame has collected 66.70 per cent higher numbers than Avengers: Infinity War that raked in Rs 94.30 crore in its first weekend at the Box Office.

Trade analyst Taran Adarsh revealed the same difference in his tweet and mentioned, “#AvengersInfinityWar versus #AvengersEndgame… Opening Weekend biz…
2018: #AvengersInfinityWar ₹ 94.30 cr / 2000+ screens
2019: #AvengersEndgame ₹ 157.20 cr / 2845 screens
⭐️ #AvengersEndgame has collected 66.70% higher numbers than #AvengersInfinityWar. Nett BOC. India biz.” (sic)

The latest Box Office breakup of Avengers: Endgame, as mentioned by Adarsh, is: “#AvengersEndgame writes H-I-S-T-O-R-Y… Has a record-breaking, Blockbuster weekend… Unimaginable, unbelievable, unprecedented trending… Fri 53.10 cr, Sat 51.40 cr, Sun 52.70 cr. Total: ₹ 157.20 cr Nett BOC. India biz. Gross BOC: ₹ 187.14 cr” (sic)

The big Marvel film has set terrific benchmarks at the Box Office. It collected a figure beyond Rs 50 crore on each day in its first weekend. Apart from this, it went on to cross Rs 150 crore in three days straight and registered an opening weekend that no Hindi film has claimed so far in three days at the Box Office.

What is more striking to observe is that Avengers: Endgame didn’t see any festival release nor did it try to fetch an extended opening weekend at the Box Office to cash in more mollah, and yet it is performing unprecedented. As Cap says, ‘whatever it takes’!