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Brahmastra early Box Office collection day 1: Ranbir Kapoor-Alia Bhatt’s film nearing Rs 40 crores net opening

The movie - first in Astraverse - is helmed by Ayan Mukerji and produced by Karan Johar. 

Brahmastra early Box Office collection day 1: Ranbir Kapoor-Alia Bhatt’s film nearing Rs 40 crores net opening
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  • Shaheen Irani

Last Updated: 02.46 AM, Sep 10, 2022

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Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s Brahmastra was one of the most-awaited films in Bollywood and that has reflected in the Box Office numbers of this movie. The opening day collections for Brahmastra are record breaking and at par with Baahubali: The Conclusion. The movie is nearing Rs 40 crores on its opening day.

A report on Box Office India suggests that the movie has opened to a massive collection of Rs. 32 crores net in Hindi. This comes at a time when the film was predicted to earn only Rs. 37 crores gross all across India.

While the Hindi version is obviously performing well, Brahmastra’s Telugu version has been delivering too. The movie earns approximately Rs. 10 crores from the Telangana belt on its opening day.

The film has performed well in the morning shows, which has not been the case since COVID-19 situation. At the current rate, Brahmastra might just end up beating Ranbir Kapoor’s Sanju and be his highest-opening film ever.

The advance bookings for Brahmastra really helped the movie’s Box Office collections. The high numbers in advance bookings proved that the film was headed for a grand start at the Box Office.

Brahmastra has been performing almost extraordinarily in Mumbai and South India. Andhra and Mysore have responded so well to the film it might just end up breaking records in the belt. The movie is also working well in Bangalore and Pune apart from Mumbai and Hyderabad.

In a way, Brahmastra’s Box Office collection has proved that audiences did not stop watching films because of the boycott culture. Sure enough, it looks like they want fairly good content and to be entertained, which has been the formula of entertainment industry since its inception.

The movie is expected to perform well even on its second day Saturday, given that it is a holiday. The current situation (of advance bookings) does raise hope for this film.

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