Oppenheimer Box Office Collection Day 4 Christopher Nolan Cillian Murphy Film Monday Collection

Oppenheimer box office day 4 collection: Christopher Nolan’s Hollywood film ‘Oppenheimer’ opened well in India. Amazing craze was also seen in the audience of this film. But a controversy also arose regarding the film, after which there has been a lot of decrease in the film’s earnings on the fourth day. Let us know how much the film earned on the fourth day.

Oppenheimer collected so much on the fourth day
Where the film earned well on the weekend and the film broke the records of all Hollywood films of this year. The film earned 14.5 crores on the first day, and on the second day on Saturday, the film’s collection was Rs 17.25 crores. On the third day of its release i.e. on Sunday, the film collected Rs 17.25 crore. After which the figures of the film’s fourth day i.e. Monday have come to the fore.

According to Sacknilk’s report, ‘Oppenheimer’ has done a business of 7 crores on Monday. With this, the film has so far earned 55.86 crores in India. While talking about its worldwide collection, this film made under the direction of Christopher has crossed the figure of 1000 crores worldwide. Let me tell you, the film has so far earned Rs 1430 crore worldwide.

what is the story of the film
‘Oppenheimer’ is a biographical drama. Which is based on the life of ‘J Robert Oppenheimer’, the father of the atomic bomb. This film tells about Oppenheimer’s first nuclear test ‘Trinity’. In which there is an interesting description of the events before and after the trial.

During World War II, Japan was bombed with atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Which was done by America. Many people had to lose their lives in this attack, as well as it took many years for Japan to recover from this attack. Taking a part of it in this film, it is shown that how a human’s desire can lead to the destruction of human life.

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