Aquaman Box Office Collection: Jason Momoa Starrer Surpasses Rs 50 Crore Mark in India

Jason Momoa's superhero film Aquaman, which released on December 14, has shattered box office records worldwide. The James Wan directorial first released in China and raked in nearly $100 million at the box office in its opening weekend. The film then arrived in India and got off to a decent start by earning around Rs 26.5 crore in the first three days. The film is still running in the theatres and has already crossed Rs 50 crore mark at the Indian box office which is commendable. In fact, Aquaman has been declared as a hit in India as the film collected Rs 53.75 crore till Sunday, January 6. Aquaman Box Office Collection: Jason Momoa's Film Fares Well in the Opening Weekend.

A report in BoxOfficeIndia.com stated, "Aquaman has done well over the holiday period and emerged a HIT film. The film is the fourth highest grossing Hollywood film of 2018 after Avengers - Infinity War, Jurassic World - Fallen Kingdom and Mission Impossible - Fallout with Black Panther and Deadpool 2 being the other two films to cross 50 crore nett. The film should finish around the 55 crore nett mark."

At the worldwide box office, Jason Momoa starrer has already earned $940 million thus surpassing the collections of other DCEU movies like Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Wonder Woman, Suicide Squad, Man of Steel, and Justice League. However, Aquaman is neither the highest grossing DC movie nor the highest grossing superhero movie. But the way Momoa's film is currently cruising at the ticket windows, its very much likely that Aquaman will end up breaking a few more records at the worldwide BO.

Apart from Jason Momoa, Aquaman also stars Amber Heard, Patrick Wilson, Willem Dafoe, Dolph Lundgren and Nicole Kidman in important roles. Made on a reported budget of $160 million, the film opened to mixed reviews from critics globally. However, that has hardly affected the film's box office fate and we hear the makers are already working on the sequel. ‘F**king Disgrace’: Aquaman Director James Wan Hits Back at Oscars for Snubbing His Film from Visual Effects Category.