Barbie Box Office Collection – Director Greta Gerwig’s film ‘Barbie’ has done the work of creating history. This fantasy pink world film has not only filled the hearts and minds of the audience with pink color in the last 17 days, but has also collected a worldwide gross collection of more than $1 billion i.e. Rs.8,300 crores at the box office.
Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling starrer, this film has become the second biggest film of the year 2023 with this, which has crossed the $ 1 billion mark. The film clashed with Christopher Nolan’s ‘Oppenheimer’ at the box office on July 21. Since then, the market has been hot for ‘Barbie vs Oppenheimer’. Surely ‘Barbie’ has won in this race.
Barbie Box Office Day 17
However, interestingly, the story of the Indian box office is just opposite to that of the worldwide collections. Oppenheimer’s collection is much better than ‘Barbie’ in India. ‘Barbie’ has done a net collection of Rs 42.22 crore in India in 17 days.
Whereas ‘Oppenheimer’ has made a net collection of Rs 113.75 crore. In its third weekend on Sunday, ‘Barbie’ has earned Rs 1.65 crore at the Indian box office, while ‘Oppenheimer’ has collected Rs 4.25 crore.
Barbie has created these 5 new records
‘Barbie’ has also made many new records in its journey of 17 days till now. While it has proved to be the biggest film made in the direction of Greta Gerwig, on the one hand, it has also become the highest grossing film of any female director.
In the year 2023, ‘Barbie’ also holds the record of earning the highest in 17 days. Apart from this, it is also the non-sequel film that got the biggest opening. Also, it is the world’s highest-grossing film based on a toy.
Second biggest film of 2023 after Super Mario
‘Barbie’ is also the biggest film in the career of the film’s lead actors Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling. Hollywood’s second highest grossing movie of 2023 after ‘The Super Mario Bros’. Apart from Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling, the film also stars Simu Liu, Will Ferrell, Emma Mackie, America Ferrera, Nkuti Gatwa in key roles.
Robbie produced the film, along with Tom Ackerley, Robbie Brenner, David Heyman, Lawrence Mark, and Amy Pascal.