Spider-Man No Way Home First Day Collection Early Trends, All Set to Create History!

Spider-Man No Way Home is heading towards a historic Thursday (1st day) at the box office as early trends for the day are coming in. Film is all set to emerge as the biggest opener ever post-pandemic even surpassing Sooryavanshi. 

Spiderman has opened to houseful boards from early morning shows today. The story is the same for noon, afternoon, and evening shows. Night shows have started with a bang and it looks like they will also end up with a bang. Occupancy has been crazy, be it north, south, east, or west part of India. The film is rocking across every nook and corner of India. 

Spider-Man opens with 60-65% occupancy in the morning shows. This is extraordinary stuff. Shows started as early as 4 am and even that shows were reported full occupancy. Film reported similar occupancy of 60-65% for noon and afternoon shows. 

The film has gone crazy in evening shows as 65-70% occupancy is reported. This is considering Maharashtra is capped at 50% occupancy. Just imagine what would have been the box office numbers if 100% occupancy is allowed there.

Occupancy Report for Thursday (Samples only) - 

Morning - 60-65%

Noon - 60-65%

Night - 65-70%

It is too early to make a prediction for the day. A lot of shows are still left for the day. Also, major reports from interiors are awaited. Still, if we have to make a guess then it is almost certain that Spider-Man's first-day collection is all set to go past 30 crore net in India. 

In fact, the current trend suggests it is heading towards a 32-33 crore net mark. Again if the interiors reports are excellent and night shows perform exceptionally then 35 crore net for the day is also a possibility. Who would have predicted that? This is considering Maharashtra is performing only at 50% capacity. This is also considering it is the post-covid era. Who says people are not coming to theaters? Who says festive holidays only mint good box office business?

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