Spider-Man No Way Home hits 4 crore on Indian box office, makes the leading grossing film in the Indian cinemas

Tom Hollands latest release Spider-Man No way Home hits the highest mark in the Indian Box office, making it up to Rs 108 crore.

Hollywood movie Spider-Man”No Way Home, in just four days, has hit the Rs. 100 club after its release at the Indian box office. On the first Sunday itself, the film collected Rs 29.23 crore, taking its total Rs.108.37 crore at the domestic box office. Making the highest-grossing Spider-Man movie in India, it’s gross collected stands at almost Rs.138.55 crore.

Sharing the box office collection of the film on Twitter, film trade analyst Taran Adarsh wrote,”#SpiderMan casts its web at the #BO…posts massive total in its *extended* 4-day weekend…Emerges highest-grossing film for #SonyIndia in 4 days…All eyes on weekdays…Thu 32.67 cr, Fri 20.37 cr, Sat 26.10 cr, Sun 29.23 cr. Total being Rs. 108.37 cr Nett BOC.#India biz.”


“It surpasses lifetime biz of #SpiderMan movies (Gross BOC) in just 4 days..4-day extended weekend: Rs 138.55 cr(Gross BOC),” he further added.

To compare the performance of the new film to the older movies from the franchise, he shared the lifetime gross box office collection of the films.He tweeted further, “Spider-Man versus Spider-Man’ in India (2019) #SpiderMan: #FarFromHome:Rs 102 cr,(2012)#TheAmazingSpiderman:Rs 90.07 cr,(2014)#TheAmazingSpiderMan2:Rs 87.50 cr,(2017)#SpiderMan:#Homecoming:Rs 75.24 cr.NOTE: Gross BOC.Pre-Covid.Lifetime Biz.”

Being a big-budget superhero film, co-produced by Sony and Walt Disney Co, can be seen in theatres only. In the movie cast, Tom Hollan can be seen as Marvel web-sling superhero alongside Zendaya as his girlfriend MJ, in the third film in Tom’s Spider-Man trilogy. This also brings back various other stars from the previous spider-man films.

Tom Holland took to his Instagram to express his gratitude to his fans for showing the film a whole of love, He wrote, “Thank you and if you haven’t seen spider man no way home yet…Merry Christmas and you know what to do”