Tom Cruise’s Mission: Impossible Dead Reckoning Part One earns ₹72.8 crore in India in first week

On Tuesday, Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One brought in almost 4.35 crore net.

The Tom Cruise movie debuted in India on more than 3500 screens last Wednesday and earned an opening weekend total of $12 crore net. Along with the original English, it is also being shown in theatres in dubbed versions in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu. Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One, according to early estimates, earned roughly 4.35 crore net on Tuesday (day 7), according to a report on Sacnilk.com. This brings the amount collected in India overall to 72.85 crore.

On Sunday, the revenue jumped to 17 crore, but on Monday, it fell by 71%. Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One is just the kind of blockbuster the box office needs, according to a trade expert who shared the movie’s first week’s gross box office receipts. The movie’s gross box office receipts after its opening weekend are a whopping 80 crore (approx), with a huge opening of 15 crore on Wednesday, 11 crore on Thursday, 12 crore on Friday and Saturday, and 21 crore and 19.5 crore respectively on Sunday.

As a result, Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One is now the second-highest grossing movie in India this year, behind Pathan. Other films in different languages did well at the box office over the weekend, but none of them came close to the Tom Cruise movie, which is just getting stronger every day.

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