Avengers: Endgame‘s latest Box Office collection is beyond outstanding. The film has crossed the huge benchmark of Rs 300 crore in its first week. The Thursday collection of the film stands at Rs 16.10 crore that takes is total domestic Box Office collection to Rs 310 crore in seven days. This is absolutely brilliant considering the Marvel film is not a festive release in India.

Avengers: Endgame has also surpassed all the Hindi cinema biggies at the Box Office in terms of their week one collection. The highest week 1 grosser before Avengers: Endgame was Baahubali 2 that earned the amount of Rs 260.40 crore within one week of its release. The SS Rajamouli-directorial was followed by Salman Khan‘s Sultan at Rs 247 crore, Tiger Zinda Hai at Rs 206.04 crore, Ranbir Kapoor‘s Sanju at Rs 202.51 crore and Aamir Khan‘s Dangal at Rs 197.54 crore.

Trade analyst Taran Adarsh took to Twitter to reveal the latest Box Office breakup of Avengers: Endgame. He wrote, “#AvengersEndgame has an outstanding Week 1… Crosses *Week 1* biz of ALL #Hindi films by a margin… Fri 53.60 cr, Sat 52.20 cr, Sun 52.85 cr, Mon 31.05 cr, Tue 26.10 cr, Wed 28.50 cr, Thu 16.10 cr. Total: ₹ 260.40 cr Nett BOC. India biz. Gross BOC: ₹ 310 cr.” (sic)

The big space drama that is backed by 20 Marvel superhero films before this, crossed the benchmark of Rs 50 crore on its opening day itself. It crossed Rs 150 crore on day 3 and Rs 250 crore on day 7 of its release. It will now be interesting to see how long does Avengers: Endgame take to go past Rs 350 crore at the Indian Box Office because Hindi film Student of The Year 2 is going to hit the screens this weekend. This means that screens will be shared and the collection will see a drop. However, a lot will depend on the performance of the Tiger Shroff starrer. If it fails to impress the audience, the collection of Avengers: Endgame is going to go higher.

Another very intriguing question: will Avengers: Endgame reach Rs 400 crore at the Box Office? It has already become the highest Hollywood opener in India. Watch out for some more records!