Brahmastra Box Office Collection Day 4: Crosses 200 Cr Worldwide

Brahmastra Day 4: 1st Monday Box Office Report

Ranbir’s film “Brahmastra” was opened with mixed to negative reviews from the critics at the box office despite this, the movie is roaring at the box office. It has seen exponential growth in the collections over the weekend and has accumulated over Rs 120 crores, domestically.

It is directed by Ayan Mukerji and backed by Karan Johar’s Dharma Entertainment in association with Star Studios.

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Crosses 200 Cr Worldwide

Ranbir-Alia starrer not only in India but also wreaking havoc at the box office in overseas market. It draws in Rs 65.72 crores at the BO overseas, so far and with this, it also outperformed the overseas biz of Laal Singh Chaddha.

Brahmastra has entered the coveted 200-cr club, yes! you heard it right, as more data from overseas came through, the worldwide collection of Ayan Mukerji’s film now stands at Rs 209.47 crores at the box office.

Emerges Hit in the Telugu States

For those unaware, Brahmastra has surpassed the distributor’s shares of Rs 5.50 crores in the Telugu states (AP-TG). The fantasy adventure movie clocked Rs 13 crores nett approximately in the weekend in the two Telugu states. With this, Ranbir’s flick has emerged as the 12th clean hit Telugu film of 2022 and the second dubbed film in two months after Vikrant Rona.

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Box Office Collection Day 4

Brahmastra has been performing very well at the box office in all versions, the south dubbed versions had clocked in 16 crores in three days and of this, the Telugu version is leading with Rs 13 crores. Whereas the Hindi version has gone past 100 crores. Ranbir’s film is mounted on a huge budget, therefore the film needs to hold strong on the weekdays.

Now, it has passed the crucial first Monday test as well. As per the early trade estimates, Brahmastra collected Rs 15.50 crores on its first Monday, making the total collection of the movie over 136 crores, domestically.

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