Avatar: The Way of Water set record breaking advance bookings in India

Avatar: The Way of Water set record-breaking advance bookings in India

Avatar: The Way of Water is the highly anticipated sequel to Avatar, the highest-grossing movie of all time. Fans of the series have been eagerly awaiting the release of the movie, and their anticipation has been rewarded. the film is out today in theatres. 

The advance booking for Avatar: The Way of Water has crossed ₹20 crores in India, an impressive feat. Tickets worth over ₹2500 has sold out in several cities, indicating the immense demand for the movie.

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Avatar: The Way of Water is expected to be a visual feast, with stunning visuals, and a gripping story. The movie is set in the distant future and follows the adventures of protagonist Jake Sully as he embarks on a journey to Pandora.

The movie also features an all-star cast, including veteran actor Sam Worthington, who reprises his role as Jake Sully from Avatar, as well as Zoe Saldana, Stephen Lang, and Sigourney Weaver.

The movie hit theaters on December 16th, and with advance bookings crossing ₹20 crores, it is expected to be a massive success. Fans of the series are sure to be in for a treat, as Avatar: The Way of Water promises to be an exciting and thrilling ride.

Avatar: The Way of Water is the fourth film in the Avatar franchise, and is set to be the biggest and most ambitious installment yet. The film is directed by James Cameron, who also wrote and directed the first two Avatar films. Cameron is one of the most acclaimed directors in Hollywood, and his return to the franchise has generated huge excitement among fans. The film is set to pick up several years after the events of the first three films and will explore the oceans of Pandora. It will also introduce a host of new characters and creatures, as well as explore the unique culture and mythology of the Navi people.

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