Brahmastra Day 2 Box Office: The Ranbir Kapoor-alia Bhatt Film Earns Rs 42 Crore On Saturday

Brahmastra Day 2 Box Office The Ranbir Kapoor-alia Bhatt Film Earns Rs 42 Crore On Saturday
Brahmastra Day 2 Box Office The Ranbir Kapoor-alia Bhatt Film Earns Rs 42 Crore On Saturday

On Saturday, Ayan Mukerji’s Brahmastra, starring Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt, performs brilliantly (Credit: Sony Music India)
With Shah Rukh Khan making a brief cameo, Ayan Mukerji’s Brahmastra, starring Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna Akkineni, and Mouni Roy, broke all previous records on its first day of release by becoming the highest non-holiday day 1 grosser for a Bollywood film in net terms. The movie saw a solid 15% increase in ticket sales on Saturday across practically all markets. Looking ahead to Sunday, the movie is predicted to make even more of an increase, guaranteeing a box office weekend that exceeds Rs. 100 cr. net. These figures were released in the wake of the pandemic, a time when it was difficult to find audiences for new Hindi films.

For a staggering day 2 total of Rs. 42 cr. net, the Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt film brought in Rs. 37 crores in Hindi and Rs. 5 crores in regional languages. While Hindi collections climbed significantly worldwide, the regional collections held up nicely. A multiplex chain like PVR recorded its highest single-day figure for an unadulterated Hindi picture, demonstrating how well the multiplex networks are doing. After everything is said and done, Sunday is anticipated to surpass Saturday and challenge the largest single-day number ever achieved by the movie chain, as it battles with the titan that is Avengers: Endgame. PVR recorded a mammoth Rs. 9.95 cr net on Saturday. The box office success of Brahmastra is a wake-up call for the business because it confirms the notion that audiences will enjoy interesting movies. In the case of Brahmastra, the high ticket prices haven’t stopped potential viewers from going to the theatres.

The film will smash the non-holiday weekend record for an original Hindi film on Sunday because the two-day India net total is Rs. 78 cr. According to the trend, the movie is also performing at historic levels in the international market, and the weekend figure may just about surpass $9 million. The audience’s backing has all but ensured that Part 2 of Brahmastra, which explores the idea of Astraverse in greater detail, will take place. You can see Brahmastra Part 1: Shiva in a nearby theatre.


How much money has been made at the box office so far for Brahmastra?

Due to the popularity of Brahmastra at the box office, Ranbir Kapoor’s DJ Shiva has ignited flames off-screen as well. Brahmastra earned Rs 165 crore globally and Rs 79.75 crore in India, according to box office figures.

What is the Brahmastra day two collection?

Approximately 35.50 crores were collected in the Hindi version of Brahmastra on the second day, bringing the two-day total to 66.50 crores, according to a BOI report.

Brahmastra: A Meluha remake?

Ayan Mukerji’s next fantasy-action movie, according to some sources, is partially based on Amish Tripathi’s ‘The Immortals of Meluha,’ the first book in the ‘Amishverse.

Is Brahmastra based on a novel by Amish?

The trailer’s brief appearance leads one to believe that Amish Tripathi’s Shiva trilogy is not mentioned. Only after the movie has been screened in theatres will it be revealed.

What was the length of Brahmastra?

The announcement of Brahmstra was postponed by several years and made in July 2014. From February 2018 to March 2022, principal photography took place, with filming taking place in places like Bulgaria, London, New York, Edinburgh, Thailand, Manali, Mumbai, and Varanasi.

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