Amidst the present moment, a fervent discourse envelopes the realm of Hollywood’s creation, “Mission Impossible 7,” featuring the illustrious Tom Cruise. The motion picture has attained a soaring prominence in the theater. Simultaneously, the anticipation escalates for the imminent debut of two more cinematic wonders, which will undoubtedly elate their admirers. Respected filmmaker Christopher Nolan’s magnum opus, “Oppenheimer,” has orchestrated a remarkable feat by vending 90,000 tickets within a single day.
According to the reputable journalist Himesh Mankad’s social media proclamation, “Oppenheimer” accomplished this feat by trading 90,000 tickets in a triumvirate of multiplexes – PVR, Inox, and Cinepolis. Meanwhile, the advance booking for “Barbie” has been initiated in India, securing 16,000 tickets on its inaugural day. With regard to the ticket cost, “Oppenheimer” has garnered an awe-inspiring price of Rs 2,450 thousand, undoubtedly stupefying the masses.
It is pertinent to note that the lead actor of “Oppenheimer,” Cillian, disclosed his preparation for the role of Robert Oppenheimer, stating that he earnestly studied the Bhagavad Gita. Moreover, the film, a poignant portrayal of the genesis of the first atomic bomb, has been skillfully crafted without resorting to the use of VFX, adding to the fervent anticipation amongst enthusiasts.
In the previous week, the eagerly awaited “Mission Impossible 7,” headlined by Tom Cruise, graced the silver screens in India, eliciting an overwhelming outpour of adoration from the audience. The cinematic extravaganza amassed an impressive sum of over 70 crores within a mere span of seven days, proving its unwavering popularity. Consequently, the box office performances of “Satyaprem Ki Katha” and “Carry On Jatta” have experienced a decline, as they find themselves overshadowed by the blockbuster’s grandeur.