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“Dune Part Two’s First Week Box Office: Timothee Chalamet, Zendaya Film Rakes in Nearly ₹17 Crore in India”

"Dune Part Two Triumphs at Box Office, Rakes in Nearly ₹17 Crore in India in First Week"

The highly anticipated sci-fi epic “Dune: Part Two” has made waves at the box office, earning nearly ₹17 crore in India within its first week of release. Starring Timothee Chalamet and Zendaya in lead roles, the film, directed by Denis Villeneuve, has captivated audiences with its action-packed storyline since hitting theaters on March 1.

According to reports from Sacnilk.com, “Dune: Part Two” has surpassed expectations, grossing over ₹16 crore in India thus far. The film’s impressive performance saw it earn ₹2.75 crore on its opening day, followed by ₹3.8 crore on day two, ₹4.05 crore on day three, and ₹1.35 crore on day four. Continuing its successful run, the film garnered ₹1.45 crore on day five and ₹1.37 crore on day six.

On its seventh day, “Dune: Part Two” added another ₹1.2 crore to its collection, bringing its total earnings to ₹16.67 crore (English and Hindi combined) in India. Globally, the film has already amassed approximately $217 million in gross revenue, according to box office pundit Scott Mendelson cited by Collider.

Based on the 1965 novel “Dune” by Frank Herbert, the film is the second installment of a two-part adaptation, following protagonist Paul Atreides as he leads the Fremen people in a battle against House Harkonnen on the desert planet Arrakis. Alongside Chalamet and Zendaya, the star-studded cast includes Dave Bautista, Rebecca Ferguson, Josh Brolin, and Javier Bardem, among others.

“Dune: Part Two” has been hailed as the “biggest opening of the year” in the United States and Canada, with weekend ticket sales reaching $81.5 million. This milestone marks a significant achievement for the film industry, particularly amidst a challenging period for the box office, with North American ticket sales experiencing an 18% decline through February 25.

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