Spiderman No Way Home Box Office: No Way Home advance booking began on late Sunday evening at 8.30 p.m. at India's national multiplex chains, and the superhero film made history within three hours of tickets going on sale. According to the data we analyzed, the top national chain in India, PVR, sold over 50,000 Spiderman tickets in just three hours, indicating the mayhem that the film will cause at the box office in India.
Spider-Man: No Way Home Creates Histor At Indian Box Office
Tickets have been flying off the shelves across the country – East, West, North, and South. Prices have risen across the board, but that hasn't stopped Marvel fans from lining up in droves to celebrate Spiderman's arrival. The approximate gross figure of ₹2.10 crores in this single chain with 900 screens in India. Nearly 37,000 of the 51,000 tickets sold are for the opening day, with the remaining 14,000 splits between Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Spider-Man: No Way Home Could Witness The Biggest Opening Since Bahubali 2
To put things in perspective, the advancements are already competing with pre-pandemic blockbusters such as Bahubali 2, War, and Avengers: End Game. If the initial response is any indication, Spiderman's opening day biz will undoubtedly surprise the entire trade; however, it's still too early to predict whether it will surpass the first day biz of the current biggest opener of 2021 – Sooryavanshi – as a lot will depend on the pace it maintains over the next three days.
A Unique Achievement
However, the pace and anticipation in the audience, combined with a hike in ticket prices, point to a record opening this year. What makes these figures even more historic is that they are being released on a working Thursday, which has never been seen in the last decade or so for a non-holiday release stepping away from the weekend. Given below are Spiderman No Way Home box office numbers
Spiderman: No Way Home Advance Bookings
While we do not yet have exact figures for the other two major national chains, INOX and Cinepolis, the two are expected to have sold 35,000 or more tickets in advance, bringing the national chain total to 85,000 with a gross of ₹3.40 crores. The advances have also been released in IMAX 3D, which has received the best response for a feature film since Avengers: End Game, with tickets for the opening day selling out almost immediately in all IMAX locations across India.
The capacity of Mumbai's IMAX properties with 15 shows is approximately 2700, and as of midnight, it was nearly full. IMAX in Chennai has also reported a full house board for the entire day within two hours of tickets going on sale.