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Vivek Agnihotri says Bollywood is ‘fake’ after reports multiplexes suffered 800 crore loss due to Brahmastra | Hindi movie news


Filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri opines that there is a lot of falsehood in Bollywood after media reports claimed that theater chains like PVR and Inox suffered millions of losses due to the release of Brahmastra.

‘Brahmastra’ by Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt, released today, received mixed reviews and praise, but great box office collections. While the film is one of Ranbir and Alia’s biggest debuts, multiple reports claim that the film’s reviews have caused stocks of theater chains such as PVR and Inox to plummet. Apparently, cinema chains lost nearly 800 crore in market capitalization on Friday.

Taking to his Twitter, Vivek reacted to the report. He wrote: “The problem is that everything works fake in Bollywood. And nobody is responsible. No industry can survive if it invests 0% in R&D and wastes 70-80% of money on stars.”

Vivek told a news portal: “Brahmastra, do they know the meaning of this? And so they’re talking about Astra Verse, what is it? Then you put your director, who doesn’t even know how to pronounce Brahmastra. He’s a wonderful director. I loved his Wake Up Sid and the second movie and I would like him to make a wonderful movie. I am worried about him as a mother is worried about her children. I am very disappointed.”

Brahmastra Part One-Shiva is the first part of a three-part modern mythology drama by Ayan Mukerji. In addition to Ranbir and Alia, the film also features Amitabh Bachchan, Mouni Roy and Nagarjuna in central roles. Reportedly, the film’s budget exceeded over 400 crore.





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