Chris Hemsworth’s Day 7 movie collection sees a steep drop

Thor: Love and Thunder has been garnering a huge amount of love and appreciation from fans since its release on July 7th. The film marked the return of Chris Hemsworth as the God of Thunder and saw him take on the vengeful Gorr: The God Butcher, who is billed as the “most powerful” villain. Additionally, he also saw the Asgardian god come back into shape after the events of Avengers: Endgame as he meets new villains.

by Thor The fourth installment only managed to attract the masses to theaters, but it also hit huge numbers at the box office. The film managed to hold its own for the first week of its theatrical release. However, with each passing day, Thor’s fever seems to be fading as the MCU movie has trended downward this week.

Thor: Love and Thunder box office collection day 7

According to reports from Sacnilk, Thor: Love and Thunder managed to hit impressive numbers for the first six days of its theatrical run. Apparently, the movie earned a total of ₹74.81 Cr in India. As for day 7 collections, early estimates suggest the Chris Hemsworth star has collected around 3.80 Cr India net across all languages. This makes the total collection of the movie medium at ₹78.61 Cr.

Thor: Love and Thunder saw a bigger drop than usual on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. It had an overall occupancy of 19.91% in English, 8.20% in Hindi, 9.66% in Tamil and 11.67% in Telugu on Wednesday July 13, 2022.

More about Thor: Love and Thunder

The MCU movie is one of the most anticipated superhero movies of the year as it marked the fourth installment in the Thor series and also saw many actors reprise their roles. Besides Chris Hemsworth, the film also stars Tessa Thompson, Christian Bale, Chris Pratt, Jaimie Alexander, Pom Klementieff, Dave Bautista, Karen Gillan, and Sean Gunn, among others.

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