The film 'Avatar: The Way of Water' has broken the collection record of 'Avengers Endgame' released in 2019 in India.

The film 'Avatar', directed by James Cameron, was released in the year 2009 and recorded a huge success worldwide. The film took us to another world for two hours and 40 minutes. Made at a cost of Rs 1000 crore, the film grossed Rs 280 crore worldwide. The film achieved a collection record that no other film could achieve till then.

After almost 13 years, the second part of this film was released on December 16. Like the first part, the film was produced with a great visual experience and was released in 52 thousand theaters in 160 languages ​​across the world. It was officially announced that the film has collected Rs.160 crores in India within 3 days of its release, and it has been reported that it is making the biggest collection record by collecting Rs.3,500 crores worldwide. After 10 days, the film collected more than Rs. 300 crores in India alone and set a record of collecting Rs. 7 thousand crores worldwide.

In this case, the film has so far collected Rs.362 crores in India alone. It is said to be close to Rs.10,000 crore globally. Earlier in 2019, the film 'Avengers End Game' directed by Anthony Russo and Joe Russo had collected Rs.360 crores in India and topped the list of Hollywood films. Now 'Avatar the Way of Water' has broken it. The film is expected to collect Rs.400 crore soon.

It is noteworthy that the film, made at a cost of nearly Rs.3 thousand crores, is collecting three times the profit of its budget.