Wakanda Forever cinema ticket sold for Rs 2500 in Delhi, Rs 1650 in Mumbai


Marvel’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever movie ticket sold for Rs 2500 in Delhi

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever from the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), the sequel to Black Panther (2018) and the 30th MCU movie is set to hit theaters on November 11. The 2022 American superhero film sees the rulers of Wakanda fight to protect their nation in the wake of the death of King T’Challa. The film has already started to trend, ahead of its release, with ticket prices skyrocketing in metropolitan cities.
For the uninitiated, the ideas for Wakanda Forever had begun as early as 2018, with the return of Ryan Coogler to lead the project. However, plans for the film changed in August 2020, following the death of star Chadwick Boseman from colon cancer. Marvel chose not to recast his role as T’challa, effectively weaving the narrative around his disappearance.

With fans eager to see how the narrative unfolds following Boseman’s death, we at Times Now Digital were eager to see what kind of interest it garnered. And what better way to gauge audience interest than to see how much they’re willing to shell out to watch the movie in theaters.

Wakanda Forever ticket price skyrockets to Rs 2500 in Delhi
Wakanda Forever ticket price skyrockets to Rs 2500 in Delhi

We did a little searching and found that ticket prices for Wakanda Forever were skyrocketing. For starters, tickets for Delhi’s Select City Walk cost Rs 2,500 for their late night show on November 11 for the IMAX 3D version, and it’s sold out! In Noida PVR Logix, ticket prices range from Rs 1000 to Rs 1500 for IMAX 3D shows. Normal 3D shows went up to Rs 800 at Delhi, Cinepolis: DLF Avenue, Saket.

In Mumbai, PVR Icon, Phoenix Palladium, Lower Parel Mumbai ticket prices have increased up to Rs 1650, while in Bengaluru ticket prices have reached a maximum of Rs 950. In Inox South City of Kolkata, the maximum ticket price for an Imax 3D show is Rs 750.

In the upcoming film, Letitia Wright tries out for the role of King T’Challa’s (Chadwick Boseman) sister, Shuri.


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