Spider-Man: No Way Home, the most recent film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has given theatres a new lease on life. The Tom Holland-starrer grossed ₹25 crores on its third day, bringing the total net collection to ₹80 crores.
Spider-Man No Way Home box office collection day 4 stood at roughly ₹30 crores, taking the total collections beyond the ₹100 crore mark. Spider-Man: No Way Home box office collection day 4 saw an increase of around 10% from Saturday, resulting in a big opening weekend after a huge jump on Saturday.
|Day 1||Thursday||16/12||₹35 Cr|
|Day 2||Friday||17/12||₹20 Cr (approx)|
|Day 3||Saturday||18/12||₹25 Cr (approx)|
|Day 4||Sunday||19/12||₹30 Cr (approx)|
|Total||₹110 Cr (approx)|
After Avengers Endgame and ahead of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Spiderman has the second-best opening day of all time with $121 million, including $50 million in previews. Spiderman grossed $253 million in the United States and $334.2 million overseas for a $587 million opening weekend worldwide, the third largest ever. It is the third most successful Hollywood film ever, trailing only Avengers: Endgame and Avengers: Infinity War.