Ranveer Singh starrer 83 trends further down while Spider Man No Way Home and Pushpa are doing well at the box office.
There is no respite for Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone and Pankaj Tripathi starrer 83 which is minting money at a very low level on the holiday weekdays at the box office. Directed by Kabir Khan, 83 was one of the most anticipated films of the year. Produced by Reliance Entertainment, Phantom Films, Kabir Khan Films Production, 83 had opened to Rs 12.64 crore from 3741 screens nationwide which was below expectations, considering the massive budget of the film. There was a slight jump on Christmas day with Rs 16.95 crore but Sunday was decent with Rs 17.60 crore. The cricket biopic drama dropped on Monday to Rs 7.29 crore while Tuesday was stable with Rs 6.70 crore. As per early report, the cricket biopic drama dropped further on Wednesday, minting Rs 6.10-6.30 crore and bringing the 6 days total to around Rs 67 crore crore in Hindi. It will be a tough time for 83 as the budget is close to Rs 200 crore. The restrictions due to rising COVID-19 cases and limited occupancy had hampered its growth.
Thanks to the spellbinding trailer which brings back all the villains from the previous films right from Green Goblin and Dr Octopus, Spider Man No Way Home, minted a staggering Rs 148.07 crores in the 8-day extended first week followed by another solid Rs 26.85 crores in the Christmas weekend. The super hero drama held well on its second Monday, collecting Rs 4.45 crore followed by Rs 3.65 crore on Tuesday
As per early trade report, the latest Spider Man flick collected to somewhere between Rs 3-3.10 crore, bringing the 14 days total to an outstanding Rs 186-186.20 crore.
The Allu Arjun and Fahad Faasil starrer Pushpa had shattered all the box office records as it collected an outstanding Rs 26.95 crore in its first week in the Hindi version. The action drama did well in its second weekend with Rs 10.35 crore while it held well on the weekdays with Rs 2.75 crore on Monday and Rs 2.50 crore on Tuesday. As per early trade report, the action drama collected Rs 2.20 crore, bringing the 14 days total to a solid Rs 44.75 crore.
Pushpa had also crossed its budget which was Rs 180 crore as it collected Rs 186.72 crore in all languages from around 3000 screens across India.