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Spider-Man: No Way Home is set to smash Box Office record, booking sites in India crashed within a few hours

Spider-Man: No Way Home is slated to hit theatres this week, and the anticipation in India is incredible. People are so enthusiastic about the film that multiple booking sites in India crashed within a few hours, indicating that this Marvel film would do extremely well in the Indian market. PVR has already sold over one lakh tickets in only one day, according to the most current statistics, and the numbers are constantly climbing.
For the reader, the next Spider-Man film will be released in India one day before it is released in the United States. Michael Giacchino directed the film, which stars Tom Holland, Zendaya, and Benedict Cumberbatch in the key roles. The leaked spoilers that swept the internet last month contributed significantly to the buzz around the upcoming Marvel film. According to rumours, Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, and Tom Holland will play the three most well-known Spider-Men of our time in this action-drama.

According to reports, advance bookings for Spider-Man: No Way Home were crazy within three hours of the film’s release. During three hours, the PVR theatre chain sold over 50,000 seats, and booking services like BookMyShow and Paytm crashed within the following few hours. Despite the fact that ticket costs have increased significantly, people are still buying them as quickly as possible.

According to PVR’s most recent tweet, the theatre chain has already sold over 1 lakh tickets on the first day, with counting still on. The film is smashing box office records in India, and it appears that the producers made the correct decision by releasing it one day early in the nation.

If we go by several reports then Spider-Man: No Way Home’s first-day box office may break Sooryavanshi’s post-pandemic record. With various dubbed versions released in India, if the film is up to standard, revenues are projected to go even higher.

Also Read:Spider-Man: Homecoming 1st Week Box Office Collection in India
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