Black Panther Wakanda Forever is a smash hit globally. In India alone, the film has surpassed the 50-crore mark.
Last Updated: 11.58 PM, Nov 15, 2022
Black Panther Wakanda Forever has been a gamechanger as far as the overall movie-viewing experience is concerned.
Black Panther Wakanda Forever has turned out to be one of the biggest hits this year, and is now a commercial success, too, reports Indian Today.
The film, which released on November 11, is going strong at the box office. The superhero movie, directed by Ryan Coogler, is minting money in India. After an astounding opening weekend, the film crossed the 50-crore mark in India in just three days. In fact, according to the same report by India Today, the film has left some of the Bollywood releases behind in terms of numbers.
Coming from Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), Black Panther Wakanda Forever made a wopping 15.05 crore Indian rupees on Day 1, and has since crossed the 50-crore mark in the country.
In US, Black Panther is ranked at number 13 movie debut of all time, according to the same aforementioned news report.
A section of OTTplay's review reads as:
"The film’s central narrative explores themes of colonialism and imperialism. Through Namor and his kingdom the dark colonial past of the Europeans and the legacy they left behind are emphasised, but without hindering the overall story. American imperialism is another theme told through the lens of the diplomatic uncertainties between Wakanda and the US. Unlike recent films and TV shows, where such themes are often shoehorned for the sake of being politically correct, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has layered them into the narrative with subtlety. It is also interesting to note that the action and fight sequences are also handled with relative subtlety to match the film’s tone. And surprisingly even Marvel’s trademark ‘cringe humour’ is also toned down. In fact, the film is at its weakest when these unnecessary scenes added for comedic relief pop up on odd occasions. Another minor setback which prevents the film from being Marvel’s best film of Phase 4 is the under-utilisation of incredible talents such as Martin Freeman, Lupita Nyong'o, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus."
As per IMDb, Black Panther Wakanda Forever can be described as "the people of Wakanda fight to protect their home from intervening world powers as they mourn the death of King T'Challa."