Brahmastra day 4 collection: Ranbir Kapoor-Alia Bhatt’s Brahmastra passes Monday test, expected to make Rs 175 crore in its debut week
Over Rs 143 crore have been made in the Indian box office and nearly Rs 65 crore in overseas markets for director Ayan Mukerji’s big-budget fantasy drama.
Brahmastra day 4 collection: After a promising weekend, director Ayan Mukerji’s Brahmastra appears to have passed the crucial Monday test. Pinkvilla reports that the fantasy drama earned Rs 16.25 crore on day four of release – Rs 14.25 crore from Hindi markets and another Rs 2 crore from dubbed versions. Reports on the box office for Brahmastra are inconsistent; Dharma Productions, meanwhile, is sharing gross figures without citing sources daily.
Brahmastra day 4 collection: According to Bollywood Hungama, Brahmastra has so far grossed over Rs 143 crore in India, and Rs 65 crore from overseas markets, bringing its global total to around Rs 209 crore in four days. In overseas markets, Brahmastra was the fifth-biggest opening for a Bollywood film after Padmaavat ($11.50 million), Dhoom 3 ($10.30 million), Sultan ($9.60 million), Dilwale ($8.80 million) and Dangal ($8.70 million).
Upon its release, it will become Ranbir’s third film to cross the Rs 150 crore mark, following Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani and Sanju. Having just released Shamshera, Ranbir was coming off his third big-budget flop after Bombay Velvet and Jagga Jasoos.
Brahmastra day 4 collection: The IMAX version is particularly popular in Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh, where 50% occupancy has been recorded. In the long run, multiplexes are expected to be the primary source of revenue for the film.
The film is expected to earn Rs 175 crores in its first week, will cross the Rs 250 crore mark in India, and will finish with around Rs 450 crores worldwide. It cost Rs 410 crore to produce, and profits will be derived from ancillary revenues.
Brahmastra day 4 collection: There have been sustained calls for a boycott of the film, as well as several adjacent controversies. After numerous back-to-back debacles, it was also carrying the burden of the Hindi film industry’s fortunes. Brahmastra, the first in a trilogy, also stars Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna Akkineni, Mouni Roy, and Dimple Kapadia, as well as Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone in cameo roles.