- Tom Holland during ongoing promotions for his upcoming movie “Unchartered” expressed his admiration for India, mentioning that he desires to see Agra’s Taj Mahal.
- Tom’s Unchartered is all set to hit the theatres on 18th February.
- The movie will be starring Mark Wahlberg alongside Tom Holland and is ada[ted from the video game series of the same name.
Hollywood star enjoy a fan following in India filled with fanatics which has only increased tremendously following the release of his recent movie “Spider-Man: No Way Home”. Tom in fact reciprocates the love and adores India’s culture. At present, he is promoting his upcoming film “Unchartered” which will hit the theatres on February 18th.
Holland while confessing his love for India also mentions that he has never got a chance to visit the country but extends immense gratitude to his Indian fans for the immeasurable love and support that they have showered upon him.
Tom is hopeful that his new film will be liked by Indian audiences. “I would love to come to India someday to meet my Indian fans or maybe someday shoot a film there too,” says the Avengers star. The trailer of the movie “Unchartered” speaks volumes about Holland’s charm but critics opinionate that the movie might not turn out to be a slam dunk for him. The movie also stars American actor Mark Wahlberg who is widely known for his roles in Invincible (2006), Lone Survivor (2014) and Deep Water Horizon (2016).
The movie is inspired by the video game series of the same name and portrays a seasoned treasure hunter Victor ‘Sully’ Sullivan (Mark Wahlberg) who recruits street smart Nathan Drake (Tom Holland) in an attempt to recover the House of Moncada’s 500-year-old lost fortune amassed by Ferdinand Magellan.
Holland’s last movie, “Spider-Man: No Way Home” grossed over Rs. 260 crores at the Indian box office and set the cash registers ringing. It was a win-win situation for both the exhibitors and the makers owing to its unprecedented performance that brought respite to theatre owners. It was indeed one of the biggest post-pandemic global hits that compelled the audience to return to theatres. Owen Gleiberman, Variety’s owner described it as “Raiders of the Lost National Treasure of the Fast & Furious Caribbean.” Reviews suggest that the film is a video game adaptation rapidly transitioning from one extensive action piece to another that one’s fingers may start twitching while watching it.