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Box office brings joy to B’wood as ‘Brahmastra’ makes Rs 175 cr globally in first weekend

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Box office brings joy to B’wood as ‘Brahmastra’ makes Rs 175 cr globally in first weekend

Mumbai: Ranbir Kapoor-Alia Bhatt star ‘Brahmastra: Part 1 – Shiva’ might get mixed reviews, but it didn’t stop making money during a bumper weekend.

According to data provided by commercial media, Ayan Mukherji’s ambitious film grossed Rs 125 in its opening weekend – Rs 37 on its opening day, followed by Rs 42 on its third day. two and the last is Rs 46 on Sunday, according to ‘Bollywood Hungama’.

Similar figures have been cited on all commercial media sites, which also unanimously say that with ‘Brahmastra’, Ranbir Kapoor had a #1 opening weekend, surpassing the best of the best. his previous, ‘Sanju’.

The film’s global box office receipts are equally impressive. In the first two days of its release, as reported by ‘Pinkvilla’, the film grossed $6.315 million, or Rs 49 crore at current exchange rates, with the US/Canada market leading the way with 3.55 million dollars, followed by the Middle East with 1.125 million dollars.

If the global (albeit two-day) collection were added to the domestic figure, the film’s total earnings would increase to around Rs 175 crore. It has thus come in at 3rd place behind ‘The Kashmir Files’ (Rs 337.2) and ‘Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2’ (Rs 262.5) among Hindi films released in 2022.

The good news for ‘Brahmastra’ is that no major movie is scheduled to come out until Hrithik Roshan, Saif Ali Khan stars as ‘Vikram Vedha’ on September 30th.

And Monday, too, promises to offer a healthy collection of weekdays, especially since viewership of the film’s 2D collection has grown. Trade analysts note that a domestic collection north of Rs 16 crore on Monday, should ensure a smooth ride for the film.

Of the Rs 125 crore it has collected nationally, ‘Brahmastra’, according to ‘Bollywood Hungama’, has collected around Rs 16 crore from the South Indian dub version, “with Telugu dubbing taking the lead from the front” earned more than Rs. 13 crores.

Post office brings joy to B’wood as ‘Brahmastra’ generated Rs 175 cr globally in its first weekend of appearance on KalingaTV.

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