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Brahmastra Box Office Collection Day 12: Ranbir’s film stays steady

Brahmastra BOC Day 12

The visual spectacle Brahmastra entered the 200 Cr club on Sunday (Day 10) and stays steady on the weekdays after a usual drop on Monday given its advance booking reports.

It has now become the 2nd highest grosser Hindi film in 2022 after The Kashmir Files, however, trails the dubbed Hindi versions of RRR and KGF2. The total domestic collection of Brahmastra stands upwards of Rs 212 crores.

The next target for the flick would be to cross The Kashmir Files’ lifetime domestic collections to become the highest grosser in 2022 for an outright Hindi film. Going by the performance of the film, it will beat The Kashmir Files in the third week’s weekdays and then target Rajamouli’s RRR on its fourth weekend.

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Box Office Collection Day 12

Coming to the box office collection, Ranbir’s film is performing like a marvel film, therefore a big fall on Mondays and an upward trend on the weekend is inevitable. Brahmastra has held well on the weekdays, it is still selling tickets upwards of 50,000.

It sold over 51000 tickets for day 12 worth Rs 1.11 crore, which consist of Hindi version Rs 1.02 Cr, Telugu Rs 6.7L, and Tamil Rs 1.89L. Now as per the trade estimations, it adds another 4crore more at its cash registers on Tuesday to take the total domestic collections of the movie in the vicinity of Rs 217 crores, all versions.

Is Brahmastra in Profit?

Brahmastra is a big ticket film costing 410 crores, it has churned out over 200 crores in 10 days and is expected to touch the 300-320 crores mark in its ending run. Brahmastra shares 55% of its theatrical revenue with the exhibitors.

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And the thing is even if it touches the 300 crore mark, producers will get only 135 crores (45% shares). Even if it churns out the 410 crores nett collections in its run, it will have to collect 275 crores more to break even, as per an interview given to the business standard by a top production house executive.

FYI, the digital rights of Brahmastra are said to be sold at 150 crores to Disney+Hotstar. Therefore, it looks like will be an uphill task for the flick to make profits from its theatrical revenue only.

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