Marvel: Spiderman No way Home sells over 1 lakh tickets at PVR in 14 hours – Server down | TrendsFirst

Spiderman: No Way Home's enthusiasm in advance booking has been maintained, with the film selling over 1 lakh tickets at PVR within 14 hours of tickets being on sale. The total worth of these tickets is estimated to be in the region of Rs 4 crore, which is nothing short of historic. Nothing is keeping Spiderman fans from celebrating their superhero in large numbers, from expensive ticket prices to the epidemic.

Various ticketing websites had server crashes due to high traffic, however, they were quickly restored by an IT staff working to remedy the difficulties. The global phenomenon of server crashes has also occurred in India, demonstrating nothing but the film's hype. It's also a sign of the audience's enthusiasm to return to the theatres, assuming the picture is well-packaged and offers a big-screen experience.

The overall weekend sales at national chains are expected to be approximately 1.70 lakh, with a gross of around Rs 6 crore. Spiderman: No Way Home is already up against Bahubali 2, Avengers: End Game, and War for the title of the highest-grossing film of all time. Non-Bollywood films account for three of the top four films with the best advances in Hindi circuits, which isn't exactly a good omen for the business.

The film is on track for a historic opening on a working Thursday, and early indications show that it has a good chance of being the biggest opener of 2021, exceeding the current record of Rs 26.30 crore set by Sooryavanshi. Though a lot will ultimately depend on spot booking sales as well as Spiderman footfall in tier 2 and tier 3 locations.

The film is expected to gross more than Rs 20 crore on its first day, but how much more remains to be seen. Although there is already talk in the sector and on social media about a possible 30 crore start on working Thursday, it is too early to draw any conclusions.

Originally Posted By PinkVilla

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