On April 27th, 2018, there were no releases in India as Avengers: Infinity War, one of the biggest superhero films hit theatres worldwide. The movie had garnered a huge buzz prior to the release.The hype around Marvel’s biggest superhero film was seen to be believed. With at least 22 superheroes reuniting to fight against Thanos, the mother of all villains, the movie was anticipated to be Marvel’s very best. The advance booking for this film was unbelievable with multiplexes declaring Housefull prior to the release of the movie. Down south, the movie was also witnessed a never seen before buzz for a Hollywood film. So much so, it has dominated the Chennai Box office in the April 28-29th Weekend. It has taken on the numero uno position followed by Diya, Pakka, Mercury, Bharat Ane Nenu. The movie has managed to rake in Rs 2 crore in the opening weekend, registering the highest opening for a Hollywood film! Avengers: Infinity War movie review – This film can be easily termed as the best one in the Marvel Cinematic Universe
Avengers: Infinity War has lived up to the hype and how! The movie has registered opening day for a Hollywood film in India. As per the latest update the movie has managed to race ahead of Stars Wars The Force Awakens to become the highest weekend opening grosser. Here’s what our review on Avengers: Infinity War says – This movie is a must-watch. Avengers: Infinity War gets silly when it tries to pack humour at places where you feel like crying your heart out. It gets unimaginably passionate when it brings our mighty heroes and the vicious villain face-to-face. And goes without saying that it crushes your heart by the time it ends. As I was saying in the opening…Avengers: Infinity War is passionate, silly, and heartbreaking – just like first love!
Chennai Box-office April 27-29 #AvengersInfinintyWar lords over the CBO by more than a mile and has grossed over Rs 2 Cr from Chennai City. CBO – No.5 #BharatAneNenu, No.4 #Mercury, No.3 #Pakka, No.2 #Diya, No.1 #AvengersInfinintyWar pic.twitter.com/vyeCUSiSlp
— Sreedhar Pillai (@sri50) April 30, 2018
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