In a groundbreaking achievement, Christopher Nolan’s highly anticipated film “Oppenheimer” has taken the Indian box office by storm, delivering an outstanding opening day collection of approximately Rs 13 – 13.50 crores nett based on early estimates. The film’s success has propelled it to claim the title of the biggest opening day for a Hollywood movie in India this year, surpassing the previous records set by blockbuster franchises like Fast X and Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part 1.
“Oppenheimer” boasts an impressive ensemble cast, featuring the remarkable talents of Cillian Murphy, Robert Downey Jr, Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, and other distinguished actors. The star-studded lineup and the movie’s enthralling storyline had created substantial anticipation among Indian cinephiles, resulting in an overwhelming response at the box office on its first day of release.
The film’s extraordinary opening collections were primarily driven by the enthusiastic reception from moviegoers in major metros and large cities across India. However, “Oppenheimer” didn’t confine its success to urban areas; the film’s powerful storytelling resonated with audiences in smaller towns as well, leading to commendable footfalls in theatres outside metropolitan regions.
Trade analysts and film experts have lauded Christopher Nolan’s directorial prowess, acknowledging his unique ability to craft cinematic masterpieces that transcend cultural boundaries. “Oppenheimer” delves into the gripping narrative of J. Robert Oppenheimer, the brilliant physicist behind the development of the atomic bomb during World War II, while exploring the moral dilemmas that arise from scientific advancements with profound implications.