Ayan Mukherjee made Brahmastra on a budget of Rs 410 crore. The film was nothing short of a gamble for Ayan at a time when Hindi films are constantly taking a beating.
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Brahmastra’s fifth day box office collection was stable. Although the collection has been increasing for the past few days, the income of the film has decreased slightly on the fifth day. On Tuesday, the Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt starrer earned around Rs 13 crore. With this, the five-day total revenue of Brahmastra film has increased to 150.50 crores. This collection is only from India. The film will have to work a little harder to enter the Indian 200 crore club.
However, when it comes to the worldwide collection of Brahmastra, the film has grossed more than Rs 250 crores. The Ayan Mukherjee-directed film’s earnings fell by around 15 percent compared to Monday. Had the decline been limited to just 10 percent, the film could have done better on the fifth day. However, compared to previous Bollywood films and on a working day basis, the film’s earnings can be considered good.
Brahmastra will soon join the 200 crore club
The fifth day collection of Brahmastra is marginally lower than the first day collection of this year’s highest-grossing Bollywood film Bhul Bhulaiya 2. Directed by Ayan Mukerji, the Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt film grossed around 150 crores. The film is expected to enter the 200 crore club by the end of next week.
Ranveer’s second biggest film
Brahmastra earned around Rs 17.50 crore from south dub out of its 150 crore gross. At the same time, Rs 132.50 crore was collected from the Hindi area. It will easily become Ranbir Kapoor’s second highest grossing film after Sanju. At the same time it has to be seen whether the film can join the 250 crore club or not. Because it has been a long time since a Bollywood film reached the figure of two and a half crores.
The movie Brahmastra is going ahead like a Hollywood movie in India. Then eyes are on this Saturday and Sunday, which could determine the film’s lifetime collection. If it doubles on Saturday and sees a 25 percent jump on Sunday, it will easily cross 250 crores.
We tell you, Brahmastra is made by Ayan Mukherjee on a budget of Rs 410 crores. The film was nothing short of a gamble for Ayan at a time when Hindi films are constantly taking a beating. Ayan’s bet worked and Brahmastra became the fourth film of the year, which made its mark at the box office. Earlier, Gangubai Kathiawadi, The Kashmir Files and Bhool Bhulaiya 2 were excellent.