Brahmastra Box Office Day 9: Alia Bhatt Ranbir Kapoor’s Film Continues To Draw Audiences To Theaters, Beating Kashmir Files By Inch
with Ranbir Kapoor Aria ButtThe Brahmastra is set to end its second weekend high. The film, according to early estimates, on Saturday he collected Rs 1.525-1.625 billion, a 55% increase from the previous day. about. The total collection now stands at Rs 197 million and after Sunday’s collection he will easily surpass Rs 200 crore when it comes to domestic collections.
The numbers are Ayan Mukerji The movie has crossed Rohit Shetty starring Sooryavanshi Akshay Kumar–Katrina Kaif It becomes the second highest-grossing film of the pandemic.
According to Bollywood Hungama’s report, Sunday’s collection may be closer to Saturday’s number. Brahmastra thus ends his 10-day run with his Rs 215 million collection. If it continues to draw audiences to theaters, Ayan Mukerji’s directorship will exceed his lifetime collection. kashmir file It is the highest-grossing Bollywood movie in the pandemic era. On Friday, the makers announced that the film has already crossed the Rs 300 crore collection worldwide.
Of the Rs 197.25 crore, Brahmastra raised Rs 177 crore in Hindi and Rs 225 crore from dubbed versions in multiple South Indian languages. Bollywood Hungama’s report suggests that trends in the second weekend have ensured Brahmastra gets a hit verdict.
Besides Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt, Brahmastra also appears Amitabh Bachchan, shah rukh khan, Mouni Roy, Nagarjana and others. Brahmastra, released on September 9th, traces the story of the DJ’s his Shiva (Ranbir). He embarks on a journey with his lover, his Isha (Alia), to uncover the origins of his special powers and discover connections to a secret community called Brahmansh. , led by Guruji (Amitabh Bachchan).
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