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Brahmastra Day 1 Collection: Ranbir-Alia’s Film Earns Solid Amount Despite Boycott

Check out the box office collection of Ayan Mukerji's film Brahmastra.

Ayan Mukerji’s directorial Brahmastra has opened to a remarkable collection at the box office. The future of the film seemed dicey amid the boycott trend and the negativity around the lead actors Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt. However, as per Box Office India report, “Brahmastra Has Highest Non Holiday Opening Day Of All Time.”

Brahmastra Box Office Collection Day 1:

Made with a budget of Rs 400 crore, Brahmastra Part 1: Shiva is said to be the most expensive Bollywood film. The film, released on 9 September, was able to collect a huge sum through its advance booking collections. According to the reports, the film has collected Rs 35.75 crore net in the domestic market, out of which Rs 30.5 cr was recorded in Hindi belt. The rest Rs 5.75 were minted from the regional belt, thus making it a successful pan-India opening. In the overseas market, the film is said to have collected over Rs 11 crore on day 1. Thus, the overall earnings on the first day of release are reported to be Rs 47 crore worldwide.

Brahmastra’s day 1 earning has left many superhit films behind by collecting Rs 36 crores on opening day. This includes:’

Sanju: Rs 34.75

Tiger Zinda Hai: Rs 34.10

Chennai Express: Rs 33.12

Ek Tha Tiger: Rs 32.93

Singham Returns: Rs 32.09

Golmaal Again: Rs 30.14

While the box office numbers of Brahmastra are magical, the film is receiving mixed reviews from fans and critics. The film is currently rated 4.8 out of 10 on IMDb.

About Brahmastra Movie:

Brahmastra is the first film of a trilogy directed by Ayan Mukerji and produced by Dharma Productions. It features Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Amitabh Bachchan, Mouni Roy and Nagarjuna Akkineni. Shah Rukh Khan also makes an interesting cameo in the film. It was released in theatres on 9 Sep in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada languages.

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