Black Panther Swipes Indian Screens, Becomes The Highest Opening Hollywood Debut Superhero Film in India

Black Panther, the action-adventure fantasy, starring Angela Bassett, Forest Whitaker, Andy Serkis, Stan Lee, Lupita Nyongo, Letutia Wright, Danai Gurira, Chadwick Boseman, and Michael B. Jordan, sets out for victory. The film directed by Ryan Coogler earns Rs 1240 cr in its opening weekend worldwide. While at the Indian box office, it has opened to approximately Rs 15 crore weekend. The Disney-Marvel movie received the fifth-biggest opening of all time. According to the reports of CNN, the film has blown away the record for the largest opening for an African-American director which belonged to F Gary Gray and The Fate of the Furious, which opened to $98 million (Rs 632.63 cr) last April.

According to the revies of the movie, the director has made each character stand out in their own unique ways. As the story goes, Chadwick Boseman playing the lead role as  T’Challa returns home to a fictional African nation hidden away from the world, Wakanda to claim his place as the rightful heir to the throne after the death of his father. Just then a powerful enemy suddenly returns putting obstacles in the path of T’Challa to become the king. The abilities of T’Challa’s mettle as the future king and as Black Panther is tested when he enters into conflict with the enemy. The fate of the Wakanda and the entire world is at risk when the conflict begins. To secure back the safety of his men and the world, despite facing treachery and danger,  T”Challa has to rally his allies and use the full power of black panther to defeat his enemy.

Unlike the other films of Marvel Cinematic Universe, which according to the critics look like they were shot and cut and scored by the same team, Black Panther is exceptional. “Working from the script writing to the final execution, his Coogler’s team has done a commendable job. They have created something special, something timely and timeless, something personal and crowd-pleasing,” says a critic. According to the media, “It has taken a decade, 18 films – most good, some great, none bad – hundreds of actors, thousands of crew and billions of dollars for the Marvel Cinematic Universe to arrive at this point.”

As per the reviews, the movie is definitely a must watch..!!