Brahmastra director Vivek Agnihotri is facing constant criticism. Director Vivek Agnihotri’s ‘Brahmastra Part One Shiva’ has broken the first Monday collection record of this year’s surprise hit ‘Kashmir Files’. On its first Monday of release, the film passed the Monday tests with respectable numbers, earning well. This is the result
That ‘Brahmastra Part One Shiva’ is one step closer to becoming the third hit Hindi film of this year. The success of ‘Brahmastra Part One Shiv’ has given a befitting reply to Bollywood detractors who are constantly trolling the film on social media and the ‘Boycott Brahmastra’ hashtag has also gone silent over the past two days.
Despite the heavy boycott trend on social media, the film ‘Brahmastra Part One Siva’ collected over Rs 141 crore domestically in the first four days. On Monday, the film surpassed director Vivek Agnihotri’s ‘Kashmir Files’ in terms of earnings. With the release of ‘Kashmir Files’, the first Monday box office earnings unexpectedly crossed Rs 15.05 crore. ‘Brahmastra Part One Shiva’ has also surpassed this figure at the box office.
Monday September 12 brought a new dawn for Hindi cinema, which has been the target of trolls on social media since the passing of Corona. Despite all speculations, the film ‘Brahmastra Part One Shiva’ collected Rs 16.80 crore on Monday. After the first weekend’s advance bookings were over, people feared a huge drop in the film’s collections on Monday. It was estimated that the film will not cross Rs 15 crore on Monday.
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‘Brahmastra Part One: Shiva’ was the eighth highest first three day collection among Hindi language films. The film collected Rs 122.58 crore in the first weekend. The film beat the likes of ‘Sanju’, ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’, ‘Padmaavat’, ‘Dhoom 3’, ‘Dangal’ and ‘Chennai Express’ in terms of opening weekend earnings.