The big-ticket “Brahmastra” has emerged as the biggest opener post-pandemic at the box office, domestically. The film has defeated the likes of RRR (Hindi), Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 and Sooryavanshi, despite being a non-holiday release and getting mixed reviews from the critics.
Not only in India, but Ranbir-Alia’s film also took a great start in the overseas market, it accumulated over $1M (INR 8 crores approx) at the BO U.S, excluding the premieres. And $300K from Australia.
Box Office Collection Day 2
With the day 2 collection, Ranbir’s film reaches the vicinity of Rs 79 Cr, it will now head for a 100 Cr mark in the weekend. As per the trade reports, it has shown a jump of 20% on Saturday, it collects around Rs 42 Cr at the box office.
The Telugu version of the movie accumulated Rs 3 Cr on Day 2, while the Hindi version minted Rs 37.50 crores at the box office, making the two days Hindi collection to Rs 69.50 crores.
Brahmastra Defeated Pre-Pandemic Blockbusters
With the over 37 crores grand opening, Ayan Mukerji’s directorial has defeated the pre-pandemic blockbusters like Sanju, Tiger Zinda Hai, and Dhoom 3. And also became the biggest opening non-holiday release of all time for a Hindi film.
Brahmastra has collected over Rs 32 Cr in the Hindi belt, the south versions of the flick garnered Rs 5 Cr nett. The film fared well on both multiplex and single screens.
Beats Dhoom 3 in the Telugu States
If Telugu trade circle reports are to be believed, Brahmastra has become the Biggest opener in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, it grossed a whopping over 6.2 Cr on Friday beating the Dhoom 3 record of Rs 4.70 Cr gross, in all languages.
All About Brahmastra
Brahmastra is a brainchild of Ayan Mukerji, it is produced by Karan Johar’s Dharma Production in association with Star Studios. The film is getting mixed to negative reviews from the audience. Along with Ranbir-Aalia, it has Mouni Roy in the antagonist role, Nagarjuna Akkineni, Dimple Kapadia and Amitabh Bachchan in key roles. Superstar Shah Rukh Khan has a cameo role in the movie.
Brahmastra is mounted on a huge budget of 410 crores, excluding P&A, it needs very good audience word of mouth to stay in the theatres for a long. For that, it will have to clear the crucial first Monday test first, whether it witnesses more than a regular drop which will also tell the audience’s mood towards Brahmastra. What are your opinion about the Brahmastra, will it manage to surpass the distributor’s share to emerge as a hit or not? write in the comment box.