Box Office: Jurassic World Beats The Avengers Age Of Ultron In India!

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Jurassic-World-AvengersOne of the much awaited Hollywood films of the year, Jurassic World released last month in India and the film has created a storm at the Box Office. Jurassic World not only opened to an excellent start and witnessed a superb first weekend at the Box Office, but also successfully broke the records set by The Avengers – Age Of Ultron by becoming the second highest Hollywood grosser of the year. In its twenty four days run at the Box Office, Jurassic World grossed Rs. 77.60 crore net ( 775.9 million) approx.

Directed by Colin Trevorrow, Jurassic World has been receiving great response from the audiences all over the India. On its first week at the Box Office, the film did an amazing business at places like Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, Gurgaon and many more. This year, Bollywood released a lot of films but only few managed to play well at the Box Office. However, if compared to the business Hollywood films did in India this year, Bollywood movies are quite behind. Yet, films like Gabbar Is Back, Badlapur, Piku, Dil Dhadakne Do, ABCD 2 and few more films witnessed a good Box Office run.

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Hollywood’s top grosser of the year list is being headed by Furious 7 and with this, Jurassic World is steady on the second spot, whereas The Avengers – Age Of Ultron has moved to the third spot. These films broke the old records with their outstanding performance at the Box Office.

Jurassic World tells a story of what happened after twenty-two years after the events that took place in Jurassic Park. As envisioned by John Hammond,Jurassic World is a fully functioning dinosaur theme park owned by Masrani Global Corporation. But soon enough, things turn wild at the theme park. The film is directed by Colin Trevorrow and stars Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard and Judy Greer.

On the other hand, director Remo D’Souza’s recently released film ABCD 2 is inching closer to the Rs. 100 crore club each passing day!