Brahmastra earned 42 crores in the country: Weekend collection can go to 200 crores
Brahmastra earned 42 crores in the country: After Corona, the first Hindi film earned so much, the weekend collection can go to 200 crores
Ranbir Kapoor's film Brahmastra has been earning records from day one at the box office. The film collected 42 crores on the second day. At the same time, the global gross collection stood at Rs 85 crore. In this way, Brahmastra has become the highest-grossing Hindi film on the first day at the box office after the Corona period.
410 crores Brahmastra, made under the direction of Ayan Mukerji, has a total collection of 160 crores in two days. The first-day collection of the film was 36 crores in India. At the same time, the global gross collection on the first day stood at Rs 75 crore.
In such a situation, Brahmastra has become Ranbir's highest-grossing film on the first day of the last 6 films. At the same time, according to trade pundits, the film will touch the figure of 250 crores in its first weekend. Apart from Ranbir-Alia, Nagarjuna, Amitabh Bachchan, Shahrukh Khan and Mouni Roy are also in important roles in this film.
Brahmastra director Ayan Mukerji has shared the collection of two days on his social media. In its caption, he wrote, There is no Brahmastra greater than love in this world. Thank you to all the viewers for showing your love by visiting theatres this weekend.
Brahmastra was released on 9 September on 5,019 screens in India and around 3,894 screens overseas. The distribution rights of the film are with Star Studios. Fox has been removed from the title of 21 Fox Star Studios.
In such a situation, Brahmastra is the first film to be released with the new name of this studio. At the same time, the film has been distributed worldwide by Walt Disney Studios Motion Picture Films. It was released on 8,913 screens globally including 5,019 screens in India.
According to the industry tracking portal, the opening weekend booking of the Hindi version of Brahmastra is 22.25 crores. The Telugu version of the film has sold tickets worth over Rs 98 lakh and in Tamil over Rs 11.1 lakh. At the same time, advance booking of the film in Kannada and Malayalam versions has come down significantly.
According to reports, till Wednesday night, tickets worth 11 crores were sold for the opening day of 'Brahmastra'. Of which the film has earned more than Rs 10 crore in advance in the Hindi belt alone.
After this, Ayan's film overtook RRR in advance booking of the Hindi version. RRR had an advance booking of 7 crores for the first day. However, 'Brahmastra' has not been able to overtake 'KGF 2' in this matter.