Spider-Man Box Office: Tom Holland starrer continues to maintain strong hold on Day 6

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Spider-Man: No Way Home, starring Tom Holland and Zendaya that was released in theatres last week has continued to maintain a strong hold at the box office. The film passed the first Monday with flying colours and has continued to rule the theatres on Tuesday as well. Spider-Man has collected a double-digit number at the box office. The Tom Holland film has minted 10.5-11 crore at the box office. The Zendaya starrer has managed to collect a total of 130 crore nett approx and is expected to touch the 200 crore mark soon.

A Box Office India report said, “Spiderman No Way Home did well again on Tuesday as it collected another 10.5-11 crore nett taking its six day total to 130 crore nett. The business of the film is around 28 crore nett in Mumbai circuit with Maharashtra on 50% occupancy while Delhi / UP is around 22.50 crore nett which is a superb number and it looks like its on its way to beat Sooryavanashi in Delhi / UP.

The report also stated that the collections have held up pretty well even after witnessing a drop on the second day of the release.

Check out the box office collections of Spider-Man: No Way Home below:

Day 1 -Thursday – 32,75,00,000 apprx

Day 2 -Friday – 20,00,00,000 apprx

Day 3 -Saturday – 26,25,00,000 apprx

Day 4 -Sunday – 29,00,00,000 apprx

Day 5 -Monday – 12,25,00,000 apprx

Day 6 -Tuesday – 10,75,00,000 apprx


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Meanwhile, Bollywood Bubble rated Spider-Man: No Way Home with 4.5 stars. An excerpt from 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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