Spider-Man No Way Home box office: Tom Holland starrer BREAKS Sooryavanshi opening day collection

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Tom Holland and Zendaya starrer Spider-Man: No Way Home has now been released in India and it had a fabulous opening day. The film not only brings Tom Holland as the Spider-Man but also brings together Sandman, lizard man, Dr. Conner and Max from the multiverse. Well, one can imagine the magnitude of the film. However, now, the opening day collections have come out and man, it looks phenomenal. Moreover, it has beaten some serious big Bollywood as well as Hollywood movies.

Spider-Man: No Way Home has collected Rs. 32.67 crore on Day 1 at the Indian markets, thus surpassing the opening day collections of Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif starrer Sooryavanshi which collected Rs 26.29 crore on Day 1, Salman Khan-Aayush Sharma starrer Antim: The Final Truth which minted Rs ₹4.25-4.5 crore on its first day. Wait, this is not it, Jon Watts directorial venture has also surpassed the opening day collections of some movies from the Marvel Cinematic Universe as well.

It has broken the records of Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: Age Of Ultron, Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far From Home but not Avengers: Endgame, thus making Tom Holland starrer as the second-highest Hollywood opening day grossers at the Indian box office.

 

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Top all-time highest Hollywood opening day grossers at the Indian box office:

Avengers: Endgame – Rs. 53.10 cr

Spider-Man: No Way Home – Rs. 32.67 cr

Avengers: Infinity War – Rs. 31.30 cr

Fast And Furious Presents: Hobbs And Shaw – Rs. 13.15 cr

Captain Marvel – Rs. 12.75 cr

Deadpool 2 – Rs. 11.25 cr

The Lion King – Rs. 11.06 cr

Avengers: Age Of Ultron – Rs. 10.98 cr

The Jungle Book – Rs. 10.09 cr

Mission: Impossible – Fallout – Rs. 10 cr

Spider-Man: Homecoming – Rs. 9.36 cr

Spider-Man: Far From Home – Rs 9.75 cr

Also read: Spider-Man No Way Home REVIEW: Expectations will NOT lead to disappointment in this Tom Holland starrer multiverse