One of the most anticipated movies of all time, “Brahmastra” was released on 9th September 2022, and broke all the records on the very first day. Brahmastra even left behind all the south Indian superhits of 2022.
The Ranbir-Alia starrer refuses to stop or even slow down. Ayan Mukherjee’s movie got a very strong opening and grew further on day 2, collecting over ₹85 crores worldwide on Saturday.
To be more precise, the film has taken its total worldwide gross over two days to ₹160 crores, it is being said that the movie will cross over ₹250 crores by this weekend. The Hindi version is doing great. However, the dubbed versions are also breaking records as the film managed to set a record in Tamil Nadu on Saturday.
On Sunday afternoon, the film’s official Twitter account tweeted a graphic, showing that it had earned ₹160 crores in two days worldwide.
“Thank you to all our audiences, for spreading Love and Light in Cinemas this weekend,” read the tweet.
BRAHMĀSTRA 2-DAYS BOX OFFICE 🤞🕉💥
प्यार से बड़ा कोई ब्रह्मास्त्र नहीं है इस दुनिया में ।
Thank you to all our audiences, for spreading Love and Light in Cinemas this weekend ! ❤️💥
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— BRAHMĀSTRA (@BrahmastraFilm) September 11, 2022
On Saturday, they shared the film’s opening day worldwide gross to be ₹75 crores.
— BRAHMĀSTRA (@BrahmastraFilm) September 10, 2022
The film was also dubbed in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada, and all four versions perform beyond expectations. The Telugu version was expected to do well due to Nagarjuna’s presence in the film and SS Rajamouli having presented the film. But the film’s business in Tamil Nadu has surprised one and all.
Brahmastra Revived Bollywood
Reportedly, Brahmastra did business of ₹1.9 crore business in Tamil Nadu on Saturday, the highest single day beating War and Thugs of Hindostan. Earlier in the day, a BoxOfficeIndia.com report stated that the film’s Hindi version has earned ₹66.5 crores in two days in India alone.
Brahmastra: Part One-Shiva is the first part in a planned trilogy by director Ayan. Starring Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, and Mouni Roy, the film also features extended cameos by Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna, and Shah Rukh Khan.
The film is receiving mixed reviews with critics and audiences praising the VFX, background score, and action, but criticizing the story and dialogues.