The visual spectacle 2022 Bollywood film Brahmastra is now marching towards the 250 crore mark in the domestic market. It recently surpassed the lifetime of Ranveer’s Simmba and Hrithik’s Krissh 3.
It has already become the highest grosser Bollywood film of 2022, the highest grosser overseas in 2022, 2nd highest grossing film in India. It will now target to beat Vivek Ranjan Agnihotr’s March 2022 release all-time blockbuster film The Kashmir Files.
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Brahmastra Ticket Prices at Rs 100
Following the excellent response in occupancy on its third Friday (National Cinema Day), exhibitors across the country have decided to reduce the ticket rates for the flick again. As per the producer of Brahmastra, Apoorva Mehta, ticket prices will be sold at Rs 100 in plexes across the country from Mon 26th to Fri 30th in the wake of Navratri.
Note: GST will be applicable on the ticket prices, the total price of the ticket will be Rs 112.
Advance Bookings Day 18
Now, due to the low ticket prices, ticket sales which were expected to fall on the weekdays have seen an increase. Brahmastra sold over 57,000 tickets worth Rs 76L on Monday, which consists of Rs 71.85L in Hindi alone, followed by Rs 3.44L in Telugu and Rs 50K in Tamil.
Box Office Collection Day 18
Although the increase is seen in ticket sales, it fares low due to the cheap price rates. As per the early trade estimates, Brahmastra holds decently on its third Monday, it collects Rs 2 Cr on Day 18.
As per the box office tracker Sacnilk.com, Brahmastra has grossed Rs 400 crores at the BO worldwide. With this, it has gone past the worldwide lifetime biz of 3 Idiots. It will now eye to beat the lifetime bizz of AndhaDhun Rs 456.89 crore at BO, by its ending run.
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Below is the 400 Grosser Bollywood Films list, worldwide all-time:
400 Cr Grosser Movies
Simmba (Rs 400.19 crores)
3Idiots (Rs 400.61 crores)
Chennai Express (Rs 424.54 crores)
AndhaDhun (Rs 456.89 crores)
War (Rs 475.5 crores)
Note: We have included the movies which went past 400 crores and earned below 500 crores.