Brahmastra, directed by Ayan Mukerji and starring Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor, is finally out and audiences are giving their candid opinion about the film. After years of anticipation, the fantasy action drama is getting the buzz it deserves. However, there have been some reports claiming that it backfired on certain movie theater chains, and now his CEO of PVR has finally shed light on these rumors.
Reports claimed that PVR and INOX Cinema’s share prices plummeted due to the negative environment surrounding the movie.The movie theater chain suffered losses, according to a Business Insider report. 800 million rupees for brahmastraminus dip.
Now PVR’s CEO, Kamal Janchandani, has finally spoken out about the rumors of speculation about Brahmastra, writing on his Twitter account: Am I misunderstanding it, or am I deliberately questioning it?”
It amazes me, false and negative information about Shinshin on the internet or in the media.Is it a lack of understanding, or is it deliberately designed to raise questions? Don’t miss the essential FACTS @_PVRCinemas 8.18 cr Net BO (1/4)
— Kamal Janchandani (@kamalgianc) September 10, 2022
He further added that PVR has already received excellent box office revenue of Rs 81.8 crore from Brahmastra. The CEO tweeted that it’s significantly higher than other recent blockbusters, tweeting:brahmhastra To put this in context on Day 1, some of the recent super hits recorded on #PVR Day 1, Sooryavanshi – 508 million yenGangubai K – 248 million yenRRR – 864 million yenKGF2- 1.195 billion yenBhool Bhulaiyaa 2 – 326 million yen“
His Twitter thread can be further read as follows: 10cr Day 3/Sunday NBOC. As movies grow further from record opening numbers, the simple point is that paying viewers are enjoying the movie and spreading the positive word about it. #PVR Have a Great Weekend It’s been a long time coming, and it’s very encouraging considering the sheer number of films lined up over the next three months. “
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https://www.koimoi.com/bollywood-news/brahmastra-costing-800-crore-loss-to-pvr-rubbished-as-completely-negative-false-pvr-ceo-says-its-bo-is-higher-than-many-recent-blockbusters/ Brahmastra cost PVR Rs8 crore and was dismissed as completely ‘negative and false’. His CEO of PVR says that his BO is “higher than many recent blockbusters.”