Spider-Man: No Way Home Tickets Now Live on BookMyShow, Paytm Across India

Spider-Man: No Way Home ticket bookings are now live in India — finally. Tickets for the highly-awaited Marvel Cinematic Universe movie are now available on ticketing partners BookMyShow and Paytm, and the official website of PVR Cinemas and INOX. Cinépolis and Carnival Cinemas are yet to open ticket bookings for Spider-Man: No Way Home. Spider-Man: No Way Home tickets are now available in most cities across India — we've listed some of the biggest ones below — after initially opening in select cities around 8:30pm on Sunday. The bookings were a bit of a surprise, given Sony Pictures India never really said when No Way Home tickets would go live. Spider-Man: No Way Home tickets price and availability Advance tickets sales for Spider-Man: No Way Home are available across India, including Mumbai, Delhi NCR, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Surat, Pune, Chandigarh, Kochi, Lucknow, Kanpur, Nagpur, Bhopal, Vizag, Patna, Vadodara, Ludhiana, Nashik, Meerut, Aurangabad, Amritsar, and Udaipur among others. As of now, Spider-Man: No Way Home tickets are not live in few cities, such as Jaipur, Indore, Rajkot, and Varanasi. Depending on where you live, what screen you choose, and what time you decide to watch it, ticket prices for No Way Home vary from Rs. 180 to Rs. 1,570.

Spider-Man: No Way Home tickets offers Beyond the various credit/ debit card and wallet offers, you can save money on Spider-Man: No Way Home tickets by buying the respective movie pass on BookMyShow and Paytm. On the former, the Filmy pass — as it's known — costs Rs. 99, and will save you Rs. 75 on three movie tickets. Validity is 50 days. The latter offers a variety of Moviepass — its official term — for individuals and couples. You can save up to Rs. 100 on four movies with a Rs. 200 pass, up to Rs. 200 on four movies with a Rs. 550 pass, and up to Rs. 400 on four movies with a Rs. 1,090 pass. Validity is 30 days. Directed by the returning Jon Watts, Spider-Man: No Way Home stars Tom Holland as Peter Parker/ Spider-Man, Zendaya as his girlfriend MJ, Benedict Cumberbatch as Dr. Stephen Strange/ Doctor Strange, Jacob Batalon as Parker's best friend Ned Leeds, Jon Favreau as Stark Industries security chief Happy Hogan, Marisa Tomei as Parker's aunt May Parker, J.B. Smoove as Parker's teacher Julius Dell, Benedict Wong as Strange's fellow wizard friend Wong, Jamie Foxx as Electro (from The Amazing Spider-Man 2), Alfred Molina as Doctor Octopus (from Spider-Man 2), and Willem Dafoe as Green Goblin (from Spider-Man). Sandman (from Spider-Man 3) and Lizard (from The Amazing Spider-Man) are also involved.

Spider-Man: No Way Home ticket bookings are now live in India — finally. Tickets for the highly-awaited Marvel Cinematic Universe movie are now available on ticketing partners BookMyShow and Paytm, and the official website of PVR Cinemas and INOX. Cinépolis and Carnival Cinemas are yet to open ticket bookings for Spider-Man: No Way Home. Spider-Man: No Way Home tickets are now available in most cities across India — we've listed some of the biggest ones below — after initially opening in select cities around 8:30pm on Sunday. The bookings were a bit of a surprise, given Sony Pictures India never really said when No Way Home tickets would go live

Spider-Man: No Way Home tickets price and availability Advance tickets sales for Spider-Man: No Way Home are available across India, including Mumbai, Delhi NCR, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Surat, Pune, Chandigarh, Kochi, Lucknow, Kanpur, Nagpur, Bhopal, Vizag, Patna, Vadodara, Ludhiana, Nashik, Meerut, Aurangabad, Amritsar, and Udaipur among others. As of now, Spider-Man: No Way Home tickets are not live in few cities, such as Jaipur, Indore, Rajkot, and Varanasi. Depending on where you live, what screen you choose, and what time you decide to watch it, ticket prices for No Way Home vary from Rs. 180 to Rs. 1,570.

Spider-Man: No Way Home tickets offers Beyond the various credit/ debit card and wallet offers, you can save money on Spider-Man: No Way Home tickets by buying the respective movie pass on BookMyShow and Paytm. On the former, the Filmy pass — as it's known — costs Rs. 99, and will save you Rs. 75 on three movie tickets. Validity is 50 days. The latter offers a variety of Moviepass — its official term — for individuals and couples. You can save up to Rs. 100 on four movies with a Rs. 200 pass, up to Rs. 200 on four movies with a Rs. 550 pass, and up to Rs. 400 on four movies with a Rs. 1,090 pass. Validity is 30 days.

Directed by the returning Jon Watts, Spider-Man: No Way Home stars Tom Holland as Peter Parker/ Spider-Man, Zendaya as his girlfriend MJ, Benedict Cumberbatch as Dr. Stephen Strange/ Doctor Strange, Jacob Batalon as Parker's best friend Ned Leeds, Jon Favreau as Stark Industries security chief Happy Hogan, Marisa Tomei as Parker's aunt May Parker, J.B. Smoove as Parker's teacher Julius Dell, Benedict Wong as Strange's fellow wizard friend Wong, Jamie Foxx as Electro (from The Amazing Spider-Man 2), Alfred Molina as Doctor Octopus (from Spider-Man 2), and Willem Dafoe as Green Goblin (from Spider-Man). Sandman (from Spider-Man 3) and Lizard (from The Amazing Spider-Man) are also involved

Venom The second of Spider-Man 3's villainous trio is Peter's greasy rival photographer Eddie Brock (Topher Grace), who fakes an incriminating shot of Spidey like a big jerk. Peter, who's under the malign influence of the alien symbiote that turned his costume a moody black, exposes Brock and gets him fired. Some might say that's vindictive, but he totally deserved it. Peter rejects the symbiote and it finds Brock, imbuing him with Spidey's powers and awareness of his dual identity. (Peter is Spider-Man?!) He teams up with Sandman and kidnaps Mary Jane (again, sigh). Exploiting the symbiote's weakness to sound, Peter separates it from Brock and flings a bomb at the alien. A desperate Brock leaps into the symbiote's embrace in an attempt to bond with it again, but the pair are vaporized together. Status: Dead, and a pair of meanies to their fiery end. However, this won't be the last we'll see of the fanged fellow.

New Goblin Spider-Man 3 villain No. 3 is Peter's pal Harry Osborn (James Franco), who was left all twisted up inside by his dad Norman's emotional abuse and death. He follows in his father's footsteps after discovering his friend is in fact Spidey (gee golly), donning a paintball mask and flying around on a snowboard-style glider. Harry is haunted by visions of his late father, who pushes him into a misguided mission of vengeance against Spidey (and provides an excuse for more Willem Dafoe goblin' up some scenery, yesssss). After a couple of nasty battles with the wall-crawler, Harry turns around and helps his buddy rescue Mary Jane from Sandman and Venom. Pushing Spidey out of danger during the fight, he's impaled on his own glider by Venom -- similar to his father's death, but in an act of sacrifice rather than a sneaky murder attempt. He and Peter forgive each other before Harry dies.

Electro Lubriciously nerdy electrical engineer Max Dillon (Jamie Foxx) is the first of the two major villains in 2014's The Amazing Spider-Man 2. He suffers an electric shock at work and falls into a tank of genetically engineered electric eels (a danger we must all be mindful of), giving him electrical powers and fixing a gap in his teeth. As Electro, Dillon takes umbrage with Spidey after causing a blackout in Times Square and the web-slinger stops him. He then takes over the electrical grid, endangering the whole city. Spidey confronts the baddy and gives Gwen (the true hero of these movies) a chance to reactivate the grid and overload Electro, exploding him.