May 28, 2024


Kareena Kapoor, Kriti Sanon and Tabu starrer Crew are winning the hearts of the audience with every coming day. The biggest commercial family entertainer has arrived with a plethora of fun, attracting audiences to the theatres. The film has an amazing word of mouth, which is evidence of audience love for the film.

Crew is earning amazing reviews from all across making it set a stronghold at the box office with its constantly rising numbers. The film continued to soar high on Sunday with its rising collection as it crossed the Rs 30 crore mark. Crew collected Rs 11.45 crore on Day 3 and the total comes to Rs 32.60 crore at the Indian box office.

Day-wise box office collections of Crew

Friday – Day 1: Rs 10.28 crore

Saturday – Day 2: Rs 10.87 crore

Sunday – Day 3: Rs 11.45 crore

Total: Rs 32.60 crore

Not just in India, Crew made history with its opening box office numbers globally too as it crossed the Rs 60 crore mark. Now, that’s impressive. Continuing its upward trend on Sunday, Crew collected Rs 21.40 Crore on Sunday, Day 3 at the worldwide box office. The film’s worldwide gross total amounted to Rs 62.53 Cr.

With a great box office business, Kriti Sanon took to her Instagram and dropped the official worldwide numbers. Elated with the business, she wrote, “Our C R E W is killing it! A big Thank you to the audiences for all the love!! Times are changing for good. Proud to be a part of this change!” With the latest number, Kriti beats her previous movie Teri Baaton Mein Uljha Jiya’s opening weekend collection of Rs 26.52 crore. Crew emerges as the third movie in the Highest opening weekend of 2024 list.

Highest opening weekend of 2024

Fighter- Rs 123.60 crore (4-day)

Shaitaan – Rs 55.13 crore

Crew – Rs 32.60 crore

Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya – Rs 26.52 crore

Article 370 – Rs 25.45 crore

Yodha – Rs 14.25 crore

Merry Christmas – Rs 9.45 crore

Crakk – Rs 8.81 crore

Madgaon Express – Rs 7.16 crore

Swatantrya Veer Savarkar – Rs 6.10 crore

Also read: Crew Review: Tabu, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Kriti Sanon and Diljit Dosanjh’s film makes an entertaining landing


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