Ranbir Kapoor & Alia Bhatt’s Brahmastra: Part One – Shiva’ maintained its strong box office performance into its second weekend. The Ayan Mukerji picture earned another Rs 41 crore over the weekend, increasing its total domestic earnings to Rs 210 crore after 10 days in theatres.
While the Hindi original garnered Rs 38.35 crore in its second weekend of release, the South Dubbed version only generated about Rs 2.65 crore.
Despite Bollywood’s recent financial struggles, the box office triumph of Brahmastra has given the industry new hope. The film is expected to continue doing extremely well at box offices around the world, according to experts.
In its second weekend of release, the South Dubbed version of “Brahmastra” generated about Rs 2.65 crore, while the Hindi version made Rs 38.35 crore.
On its ninth day of release, Brahmastra earned more than Rs 200 crore at the box office. An estimated 16.25–17.25 crores were made at the box office, for a total of 210 crores (approximately).
The trend from the second weekend is promising for Brahmastra’s continued success over the next three weeks and a healthy gross.
Brahma is poised for a gigantic second weekend at the global BO, driven by massive fan theories, the big market for Part 2: Dev, and amazing word of mouth for the jaw-dropping magnitude.
Director Ayan Mukerji’s 10-year creative odyssey has culminated in a new era for Indian cinema, which is both a complete family movie with action, romance, drama, and grand VFX for all age groups and a rich exhibition of our culture.
Made by Star Studios and Dharma Productions, the epic features an all-star cast including Amitabh Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Mouni Roy, and Nagarjuna Akkineni. It is playing in theatres in 2D, 3D, and Imax 3D.
According to the review on ABP Live, the film sets a new standard for Indian films in the fantasy-adventure genre. “Brahmastra,” featuring Alia Bhatt, Ranbir Kapoor, Mouni Roy, Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna, and Shah Rukh Khan, “creates and sets a new standard for the fantasy-adventure genre in Indian filmmaking,” said the review. By blending elements of the Western (especially American) and Indian (primarily Hindu) canons and mythologies, Ayan Mukerji creates a spectacular spectacle.