Brahmastra hit theaters on September 9. The fantasy drama directed by Ayan Mukerji performed well at the box office and crossed over 160 crore gross worldwide in just two days of release. The film saw a marginal drop in collections on Tuesday as it earned 11-11.3 crore net for the Hindi version, and 12.5 crore nett for all languages - Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada included. The domestic total stands at about 154.90 crore net Also read: Brahmastra box office day 4 collection
Brahmastra stars Ranbir Kapoor in the lead role alongside Alia Bhatt, Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna and Mouni Roy. Shah Rukh Khan also makes a cameo in the film. Brahmastra deserved 16 crore net on Monday (day 4), compared to around 41-42 crore on Sunday (Day 3). On day 5, the collections decreased by about 20%.
The drop wasn’t huge, and could be recovered if the film sees a surge in collections over the next few days. According to a BoxOfficeIndia.com report, domestic box office Brahmastra collections dropped the most in national chains across the country.
Earlier, Ayan Mukerji had shared on Instagram that Brahmastra had made a solid start at the box office. He said the film crossed the border in just three days 100 crore mark at the domestic cash register while it was being collected 225 crore gross at the worldwide box office. The director also expressed his gratitude to the audience for accepting the film. An excerpt of his caption read: “Brahmastra has made a great start with the audience on the first weekend! The feeling is only of Gratitude and even more Gratitude – for our audience!”
Brahmastra, officially titled Bramhastra Part One-Shiva, is the first in a planned trilogy from director Ayan Mukerji. Backed by Karan Johar, the film opened to mixed reviews with critics and audiences praising the VFX and action but criticizing the script.