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Brahmastra Box Office Collection Day 8: Shows growth in earnings on Fri

Brahmastra Box office Day 8

After a big fall on Monday due to the mixed talks, Ranbir-Alia starrer “Brahmastra” is steady on the weekdays, the fantasy adventure will cross the domestic lifetime biz of the blockbuster Bhool Bhuliayaa 2 on Saturday and will then target the 200 Cr nett mark by the weekend.

As per the maker’s claim, Brahmastra has grossed 300 Cr at the box office worldwide in one week. The film is doing phenomenally well at the box office overseas, it raked in 75.68 crores from there in just 6 days.

Also Read: Brahmastra OTT Release Date, Platform, Box Office Report and More updates

Brahmastra Advance Bookings Day 8

According to the trade reports, Brahmastra shows the growth on Friday in collections, as the movie has witnessed a jump in advance sales on Day 8. As per the reports, it sold over 1.1L tickets worth Rs 3 Cr for Day 8 (Friday). With this, it beats the day 6 and day 7 advance sales collections.

It sold over 1L tickets in Hindi alone and draws in Rs 2.86 crores, followed by Telugu Rs 10.46L, and Tamil Rs 2.80L.

Brahmastra Box Office Collection Day 8

Brahmastra collects Rs 10.75 crores on Friday taking the total collections to Rs 180.95 crores in India, all versions. Ranbir’s film is now only 4 crores away to beat Kartik Aryan’s Bhool Bhuliyaa 2 domestic collections to become the 2nd highest grosser of 2022. And Rs 7 Cr away to become the actor’s 2nd highest grosser of all-time.

Also Read: Brahmastra Part 2 Release Date, Star Cast, Teaser, Posters, Trailer & Updates

Ranbir Kapoor Movies Top Week 1 Collections:

Brahmastra has emerged as the actor’s second highest in the list, after the 2018 blockbuster Sanju. With Rs 107.61 crores Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani stands at the number 3 position in the list. Below is the actor’s Top 5 week 1 movie list:

Sanju (Rs 202.51 crores)
Brahmastra-Part One: Shiva (Rs 170.20 crores)
Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani (Rs 107.61 crores)
Ae Dil Hai Mushkil (Rs 80.19 crores)
Barfi! (Rs 58.60 crores)

Ranbir’s film is performing more or less like Marvel flicks in India, thereby it should witness an upward trend in the collections on the coming weekend. Going by the trend, it will cross the 200 Cr mark by the weekend and then head for the 250-275 crore lifetime. However, it is made on a huge budget and the said collections are not at par with what it should have raked in but considering the post covid impact, it will be considered good.

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