Brahmastra box office week 1 collection: Ranbir Kapoor-Alia Bhatt film crosses ₹300 crore worldwide, ₹200 crore in India

Brahmastra box office week 1 collection: Ranbir Kapoor-Alia Bhatt film crosses ₹300 crore worldwide, ₹200 crore in India


Brahmastra Part One-Shiva has been dipping at the box office over its first week but has still managed to cross the important 300-crore mark at the global box office at the end of its first week. The film has earned 200 crore gross ( 173 crore nett) in India in all languages in the same time period. Trade analysts have, however, said that the daily dip is a little too high for a film of this size, which may hurt its prospects later on. Also read: Brahmastra box office: Why there are different figures for the film everywhere

The film’s producer Karan Johar took to Twitter on Friday morning to share Brahmastra’s week one worldwide box office gross. In a video he posted, the producer claimed the film has crossed the 300-crore mark globally. “Love and light ruling the global box office at #1! Entering the second week with a heart full of gratitude and excitement,” Karan wrote alongside the video. In the absence of big Hollywood releases in the past week due to the 9/11 anniversary, Brahmastra dominated global box office as well, emerging as the highest-grossing film worldwide with a worldwide gross of around $38 million (just over 300 crore).

The film has done decent business in India as well. As per trade trackers Sacnilk and BoxOfficeIndia.com, Brahmastra earned 9 crore nett in India across all languages on Thursday, taking its total week one nett to 173 crore. Its gross collection in the same time period is a little over 200 crore. However, the film has been showing a 15-20% drop per day over the last few days, which is slightly worrying for a film this size.

Just because it is all set to earn 300 crore in India doesn’t mean Brahmastra can already be called a hit though. Given its reported budget of 410 crore, the film needs to sustain well in its second week to have a chance of being called a hit. The one thing working in the film’s favour is that it does not face competition from any big Indian releases till Vikram Vedha and Ponniyin Selvan: I arrive in theatres on September 30.

Brahmastra, directed by Ayan Mukerji, is the first of a trilogy and the starting point of a new cinematic universe. The film stars Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, and Mouni Roy, along with extended cameos from Nagarjuna, Amitabh Bachchan, and Shah Rukh Khan.

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