Spider-Man: No Way Home has already surpassed the 175 cr mark after 11 days in theatres. The film’s double-digit run continued on Sunday, with an additional 12 cr in box office collections. As a result, the film’s total has risen to 176.92 cr. This is a fantastic total for the film, which has received positive feedback from everyone who has seen it so far. Naturally, due to the release of ’83, the film’s screen count decreased during the second week. However, it isn’t as if the film is playing to a full house on the screens where it is showing.
Weekdays are now in full swing for the film, and it will be interesting to watch how close it gets to its second Friday. However, Spider-Man has been fantastic thus far, and as a result, daily expectations have remained consistent. The weekdays collection of the film is as follows: Mon: 4.45 cr, Tue: 3.65 cr, Wek: 3.25 cr which makes the total collection of the film 186.27 cr Nett.
With a shortage of releases, the exhibition and distribution circles had a poor year, but it will end on a high note with Spider-Man: No Way Home performing well and becoming a great smash. Spider-Man: No Way Home, on the other hand, has done its job and is a box office success. All that remains for those who invested in it now is for the film to surpass the 200 crore mark so that they can begin the celebrations.