Ranveer Singh starrer 83 showed no sign of slowing down, Spider Man No Way Home is decent while Pushpa held well on Friday at the box office
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It will be a big loss for the Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone and Pankaj Tripathi starrer 83 faced further restrictions and kept on dropping even it did well in the New Year weekend. Directed by Kabir Khan, 83 and produced by Reliance Entertainment, Phantom Films and Kabir Khan Films Production, 83 opened on a low note and managed to stay on below-than-expected collections in first week with Rs 71.87 crore. The good news was that 83 did not face any competition last week due to Shahid Kapoor starrer Jersey and RRR getting postponed. The cricket biopic drama got a solid boost on second weekend but crashed on the weekdays with no respite, minting Rs 25.08 crore.
As per early trade report, 83 declined further with Rs 65-70 lakhs, bringing the 15 days total to around Rs 97.50 crore. The budget of 83 is Rs 200 crore.
Spider Man No Way Home, shattered all the box office records with Rs 148.07 crores in the 8-day extended first week. The super hero drama held well on its second week with Rs 41.60 crore. Though the latest Spider Man flick slide down on the weekdays in the third week, it performed decently with Rs 17.29 crore. As per early trade report, Spider Man No Way Home held well to somewhere between Rs 50-75 lakhs, bringing the 23 days total to around Rs 208 crore.
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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 followed by Rs 20.24 crore in the second week in the Hindi version. The action drama did very well on its third week with Rs 25.06. Early trade suggest that Sandalwood action drama minted Rs 2 crore, bringing the 22 days total to a superb Rs 74.60 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.