Avatar 2 is a big loss venture for exhibitors in Telugu states – TrackTollywood

Avatar 2 carried a huge craze right from the release of its trailer in India. Especially in the Telugu States, the exhibitors had high hopes for the film and expected the film to collect big collections.
Avatar 2 released on December 16th and opened to excellent reviews and superb box office collections. Though it is a bit underperforming at the worldwide box office, in India it is having an exceptional run.
However, even though the film is collecting good figures in the Telugu States, it has not made the exhibitors happy. The exhibitors especially in B&C Centers in Telugu States, have bought the film for massive amounts of MG and SG basis, and today it’s heading towards immense loss venture for them.
Few box office analysts and experts have warned the exhibitors not to buy Avatar 2 for huge rates. But from the beginning onwards, the over expectations of exhibitors on the film have costed them today.
Avatar, which was released 13 years ago, mesmerized the audience around the world and became a huge hit.
With the film, director James Cameron created a new world called Pandora with amazing visuals. After so many years, part 2 of Titled Avatar: The Way of Water, the film released worldwide on December 16.
Movie lovers from all over the world were eagerly waiting for Avatar 2. Avatar the Way of Water has released in 2D, 3D, 4DX 3D and IMAX 3D formats. They released the film in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, and Kannada languages in our country.
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