The latest release by actors Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt Brahmastra Part One: Shiva has witnessed a drop in their collections at the box office. Directed by Ayan Mukerji and supported by Karan Johar, the Hindi version of Brahmastra managed to win ₹14 crore nett reach on Monday, compared to around ₹41-42 crore on Sunday (3rd). (Also read | The Brahmastra box office collection explained)
The film was released in theaters on September 9 in Hindi and four other languages - Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada. In addition to Ranbir and Alia, Brahmastra also features Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna and Mouni Roy. The film also has cameos from Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone.
According to a report by Box Office India, the drop for the Hindi version of Brahmastra was around 55%. Different places showed a drop in the range of 50-60 percent. According to the report, regional collections are ‘very good’ at around ₹2 crore nett driven by Telugu version. The three-day collections of the Hindi version of Brahmastra are around ₹124 crore net.
According to another report by Box Office India on Monday night, Brahmastra collected ₹30.25 crore nett in the southern part of the country as the Telugu and Tamil versions did well. He also added that the collection in the south was “actually a little ahead” of the Mumbai circuit.
On day 1 of its release, Brahmastra had a grand opening with collections coming in the range of around ₹35-36 million. Has won ₹37 crore on day 2 and around ₹41-42 crore on the 3rd, taking the weekend’s total to ₹110 crores worldwide.
On Monday, Ayan Mukerji gave an update of the collection on Instagram saying that Brahmastra lifted ₹225 crore in worldwide box office gross in its opening weekend. The film is reportedly produced with a mammoth budget of over ₹400 crores.
Produced by Star Studios and Dharma Productions, Brahmastra follows Shiva (Ranbir), a man with special powers who ventures on a journey with Isha (Alia) to stop the forces of evil from destroying the world. Director SS Rajamouli presents Brahmastra in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam.
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