Co-producer Karan Johar revealed on Saturday that Brahmastra got off to a strong start on Friday with a worldwide gross box office revenue of 75 crore.
Brahmastra Part One: Shiva, which debuted in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, and Kannada on Friday, had a successful opening weekend in theatres all around the world. The Ayan Mukerji-directed film, which starred Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt together for the first time, debuted with a worldwide gross of 75 crore.
The film’s producer Karan Johar shared the update on Instagram and captioned his post, “Humbled… Grateful…but yet can’t control my excitement!” The post says: ‘Worldwide box office gross day 1 ₹75 crore. Brahmastra Part One: Shiva. Thank you’.
According to Boxofficeindia.com, it collected in the range of ₹35-36 crore in all versions at the domestic box office on day one. This makes it the highest non-holiday release in Hindi, only after Baahubali: The Conclusion. The report stated that the Hindi version alone collected ₹32-33 crore nett on the opening day. Another report from the portal said the film is headed for a worldwide collection of over ₹200 crore in its opening weekend.
Produced by Star Studios and Dharma Productions, Brahmastra is currently running in theatres in 2D, 3D and Imax 3D. It also stars Amitabh Bachchan, Mouni Roy and Nagarjuna Akkineni. The film’s Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam versions are presented by SS Rajamouli of RRR and Baahubali fame.
Film trade analyst Taran Adarsh revealed on Friday that the movie was shown on a total of 8,913 screens, including 5019 in India and around 3894 elsewhere. Additionally, the movie has a respectable amount of weekend advance reservations.
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