On day six of its release, Marvel’s Spider-Man: No Way Home continues its incredible run at the American box office. On Tuesday, the Tom Holland-led film earned Rs 10.40 crore, bringing its total to an astonishing Rs 130.87 crore. The movie has made over $750 million globally, breaking multiple pandemic records in the process.
On Twitter, trade expert Taran Adarsh released the statistics, predicting that at the current rate, No Way Home will gross Rs 200 crore in India.
Spider-Man: No Way Home, which also stars Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch, Tobey Maguire, and Andrew Garfield, has not only been a commercial success, but has also won over critics. Shalini Langer of the Indian Express scored the latest Marvel film 3.5 stars. She praised it for being enjoyable, but she also pointed out a few problems.
Peter Parker, as Spider-Man, has lived by the maxim, “With great power comes great responsibility.” But with great power comes great responsibility, and if you were thinking Tom Holland would grow up to that realization in this third installment of the Spider-Man franchise, you’re in for a letdown. Yes, you’ve been hearing about and talking about No Way Home. Yes, it gets you three times the bang for your cash. Yes, it’s satisfying to rewatch your favorite Spider-Man movies from the last several years. “And yes, Peter Holland is still as likable and eager as ever,” she said in one portion of her review.
Meanwhile, Sony Pictures India recently announced on social media that over one crore Indians had already seen the film. Spider-Man: No Way Home, directed by Jon Watts, is presently in theatres.