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Venom 2 Box Office Collection in India: Steady Weekdays after 1st Weekend

Venom 2 Collection

The much-awaited Hollywood film, Venom 2 or Venom: Let There Be Carnage has finally made its way to India and was released on October 14, a day ahead of Dussehra.

It was a good weekend for the Box office as a film across languages managed to bring in business and theatres were running smoothly.

On one hand, the Punjabi film Honsla Rakh has been successful in attracting the public to theatres in Punjab and in Delhi NCR. Hollywood film Venom: Let There Be Carnage engaged the public to theatres.

Venom 2 did amazing on the first and second day especially because of the Dussehra on Friday and then on the third and fourth day its constant, expectations are steady on Weekdays now.

Venom 2 Day Wise Boxx Office Collection

Venom 2 Box Office Collection Day 1: ₹ 2.95 Cr

Venom 2 Box Office Collection Day 2: ₹ 3.20Cr

Venom 2 Box Office Collection Day 3: ₹ 2.93Cr

Venom 2 Box Office Collection Day 4: ₹ 2.97Cr

Venom 2 Box Office Collection Day 5: ₹ 1.87Cr

Venom 2 Box Office Collection Day 6: ₹ 1.63Cr

Venom 2 Box Office Collection Day 7: ₹ 1.50Cr

Venom 2 Box Office Collection Day 8: ₹ 1.50Cr

Maharasthra theaters can add magical numbers to its Box Office Collection.

Starring  Hollywood actor Tom Hardy as the lethal protector Venom, one of Marvel’s most complex characters. The latest film did amazingly well at the box office. Just one day after its release in India according to reports it is said that the film earned Rs 3.71 Crore. Because of Dussehra weekend, the film did well at the box office.

Venom 2 is the sequel to Venom. Fans of the Marvel series know the character Venom very well. For now, the Maharashtra theatres will open on 22 October then also a hike will be seen in Venom box office collections.

Fans of the Marvel series and critics loved the filming and overall the film very much and shared positive reviews about the film.

A fan on Twitter wrote the characters are well described but can know more from the magazine but one can surely stay for the post-credit scenes. It won’t be disappointing.

This was one of the huge collections till now after theatres reopens on 16 July. We are looking forward to the theatrical release of Bollywood films to do better at the box office.

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