Spider-Man No Way Home Box Office Day 2: Tom Holland’s Marvel Movie Affected By Allu Arjun’s Pushpa


The theatrical experience has been revived, it seems. After the success of Sooryavanshi, Spider-Man: No Path Home, starring Tom Holland as the titular superhero, had a spectacular box office opening in India. And now, Allu Arjun’s Pushpa has injected more energy into the box office. No way home had run past this year’s biggest opener Sooryavanshi with an opening of ??33 crores. We estimate that we have collected about ??22 crore on Friday, bringing its total to Rs 55 crore. Due to the release of Pushpa, the film saw a drop in revenue on the second day, mostly in southern circuits. It should resume over the weekend.

Box Office India reported that due to the massive interest in Andhra Pradesh, Pushpa is expected to earn around Rs 45 crore in all languages ​​on day one. That’s enough to break pandemic records in India. No Way Home, on the other hand, had an even better opening than its predecessor, Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019), which had the second-highest opening in Hollywood release history in India, after Avengers: Endgame.

According to a Forbes report, the film may even cross the billion dollar mark worldwide despite limited seats in theaters in various countries. With the film released in several international markets ahead of its release in the United States, it had already earned $ 43.6 million in 15 markets on Thursday. The Tom Holland star on Wednesday set an opening day record for the pandemic era in South Korea. It also recorded the best launch on Wednesday ever in the UK at $ 10.1 million. It also topped No Time To Die’s debut at $ 6.6 million, Deadline reported.

Directed by Jon Watts, Spider-Man: No Way Home sees Tom Holland reprise his role as the hero of the web. Holland starred in the 2019 film Spider-Man: Homecoming and Far From Home, as well as three other MCU films. No way Home also features Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange.


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