Marvel's 20th film, Ant-Man and the Wasp has done a business of Rs 19.30 crore in three days of its release.
Ant-Man and the Wasp finally opened in theatres in Indian last Friday, one week after its global release.
According to trade analyst Taran Adarsh, the film made Rs 7 crore on Saturday (nett) for a gross total of Rs 16.02 crore.
For the Hollywood films, there is yet another affair from the West which is bringing in good numbers.
All the above Indian films put together couldn't able to collect what Ant-Man and the Wasp did at the Indian box-office.
The film's success has thrown in a pleasant surprise and rest assured there would be good footfalls in the coming week as well when Skyscraper and Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation arrive.
Drawn up by artist Ultra Raw 26, the mock one-sheet is actually rooted inside the Soul Stone, where it's believed Spider-Man and his allies - not to mention half of the frickin' population - are trapped following the extinction-level event of Avengers: Infinity War.
Ant-Man and the Wasp's global roll-out is being staggered because of the ongoing FIFA World Cup. In India, the film released in four languages namely English, Hindi, Telugu, and Tamil gave tough competition to the other regional films released simultaneously on July 13th such as Soorma (Hindi), Chinna Babu (Tamil), Tamizh Padam 2, Vijetha (Telugu) and other movies.
Skyscraper too is likely to make its presence felt at the Indian box office and being a Dwayne Johnson film it could set the cash registers ringing in the cities.
Right after Infinity War, Captain America: Civil War leads the way with a first-day box office collection of Rs 11.85 crore.
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