Spider-Man box office: Tom Holland starrer enters 200 crore club, beats Sooryavanshi lifetime collections 

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There’s no way stopping Tom Holland, Zendaya and Benedict Cumberbatch starrer Spider-Man: No Way Home at the box office. Despite the rise of COVID in Mumbai and the makers are planning to postpone their films, the latest film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is busy ringing the cash registers at the box office. Speaking about the Spider-Man box office, the film has now crossed the 200 crore mark in the Indian market. That’s right! The film has scored a double century on day 18.

Spider-Man: No Way Home collected Rs Rs 4.75 crores on Sunday, thus making the grand total to Rs 202.34 crores at the box office. Going by the latest trends, the film has also surpassed the lifetime collections of Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif starrer Sooryavanshi. This film was one of the highest grossers of 2021 and now, Spider-Man has beaten its record. Rohit Shetty’s cop drama collected Rs. 195.22 crores at the box office. Even though this film is sharing screen space with Ranveer Singh starrer 83, Spider-Man continues to earn big bucks.

 

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Check out the Spider-Man box office collections so far below:

Day 1- Thursday: Rs 32.67 crores

Day 2- Friday: Rs 20.37 crores

Day 3- Saturday: Rs 26.10 crores

Day 4- Sunday: Rs 29.23 crores

Day 5- Monday: Rs 12.10 crores

Day 6- Tuesday: Rs 10.40 crores

Day 7- Wednesday Rs 8.40 crores

Day 8 (week 2)- Thursday: Rs 8.50 crores

Day 9- Friday: Rs 6.75 crores

Day 10- Saturday: Rs 10.10 crores

Day 11- Sunday: Rs 10 crores

Day 12- Monday: Rs. 4.45 crores

Day 13- Tuesday: Rs. 3.65 crores

Day 14- Wednesday: Rs 3.40 crores

Day 15 (week 3) – Thursday: Rs 3.25 crores

Day 16- Friday: Rs 3 crores

Day 17- Saturday: Rs 4.92 crores

Day 18- Sunday: Rs 4.75 crores

Meanwhile, Bollywood Bubble gave 4.5 stars to Spider-Man: No Way Home. A part of the review read, “The new Marvel film explores the potential of the multiverse in a rather uncomplicated way. So much happens simultaneously which is enough to leave you smiling, choking, and cheering at the same time. Moments, when Spider-man battles it out with the multiverse villains, are stupendous and so well done that it gives you the chills.”

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