Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s Brahmastra became the seventh Bollywood film to score an opening weekend of Rs 10 crore in the domestic belt. Director Ayan Mukerji said that in Hindi he collected anywhere from 105.5 million rupees to 106.5 million rupees in three days making it the third largest weekend in Hindi cinema history or his fourth. Recorded. The business is roughly in the same range as the Sultan (Rs 105.60 crore) and Brahmastra’s final collection will determine whether it is the third largest of all time or takes the fourth spot.
Considering also the dubbed version in the South, Brahmastra becomes the eighth Bollywood film to reach a century in three days. The film collected in the range of Rs 119 to 120.50 crore over a 3-day run. Flirting with opening weekend biz Sanju (Rs 119.35 crore) to score a record weekend for Bollywood movies. rice field.
Weekend business is huge, to say the least, as the All India total is just north of Rs 140 crore. Business in the international belt is also promising as Brahmastra’s global weekend total is estimated at him reaching Rs 210 crore. Now looking ahead to the crucial Monday test, it is imperative that Brahmastra earns at least his Rs 1.5 crore net profit in Hindi for him to continue his safe journey.
So far, it’s worked like a Marvel superhero movie, and those big jumps in business will happen again in the second weekend. But a strong weekday platform eases the way forward for this masterpiece. Prepayment on Mondays is fair and this day is generally higher for spot bookings. To draw a point of comparison, the prepayments for the three national chains are around 50,000 tickets. The target is 1.5 billion rupees on Monday and with pre-booking on topic side by side, the film could achieve this figure. Tomorrow’s spot will give us a clearer picture. The IMAX version already has a 35% occupancy, which is a good sign he should rise to around 55% throughout the day with spot bookings.
Brahmastra is the second Ranbir Kapoor film to earn Rs 100 crore in its opening weekend, while Alia Bhatt makes her debut at the club. The weekend biz is also the sixth time in his career that Ranbir Kapoor has earned more than his Rs 300 crore in one day. As an actor, he ranks third after Salman Khan (20) and Aamir Khan (9).
100 Million Rupees Weekend Club:
Bajrangi Bhaijaan: Rs 101.50 crore
Sultan: 105.6 million rupees
Dangal: 104.6 million rupees
Tiger Zinda Hai: Rs 115 crore
Race 3: 175 million rupees
Sanju: Rs 119.35 crore
Brahmastra: Rs 105.50 crore (Rs 120 crore – including south dub)
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