Harry Potter 8 parts earned 581 billion
- Eight parts of Harry Potter are hits
- Harry Potter has so far earned 581 billion rupees worldwide.
- Harry Potter is also a hit in India
Whether it is Bollywood or Hollywood, a film that has more than five parts seems impossible to be a hit. But there is a film whose every part got so much love from the audience that the film earned 581 billion from this eight-part film. Not only this, people are still seen buying books of this film in the markets. You still do not recognize this blockbuster film, whose story is magical. A child whose parents are magicians. But he dies. At the same time, he gets admission in a school where he studies magic. In this journey, he becomes two special friends and supports him in facing challenges.
Now you must have recognized that this story is of Harry Potter, which has a total of eight parts. At the same time, fans are still diehard fans of this film. The first of the eight parts is Harry Potter and the Paras Stone, in which the story of orphan boy Harry Potter begins and he meets Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley. The box office collection of this film was gross $ 317.58 million. At the same time, all the parts of this film are available on Amazon Prime Video.
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Its second part, Harry Potter and the Mysterious Dungeon, has a gross collection of $261.99M. The third part, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, collected a gross of $249.36M. The fourth part is Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, which had a gross collection of $ 290.01M. The fifth is the Harry Potter and Mayanchi group, which had a gross collection of $ 292.00 million. The sixth part is Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, which has a gross collection of $ 301.96 million. The seventh part is Harry Potter and the Gifts of Death Part 1, which has a gross of $ 295.98 million. The eighth part is Harry Potter and the Gifts of Death Part 2, which has a collection of $ 381.01 million.
Let me tell you, the film series is based on seven Harry Potter (novels) by British author J.K. Rowling, on which four directors Chris Columbus, Alfonso Cuarón, Mike Newell and David Yates have worked.