Debate started on social media over the ‘fake’ box office collection of ‘Brahmastra’

Debate started on social media over the ‘fake’ box office collection of ‘Brahmastra’No one knows how much ‘Brahmastra’ earned at the box office. Information about the film is available from various numbers. People are confused by various statistics. However, Kangana Ranaut believes that filmmakers are telling people false box office figures. Box office collections of movies in India and abroad are calculated in different ways. This breakdown tells you how much business ‘Brahmastra’ actually did.

Multilingual movies

Apart from Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt, Ayan Mukerji’s ‘Brahmastra’ also featured Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna and Mouni Roy in important roles. Shah Rukh Khan’s cameo in the film also made people happy. The film released on September 9 in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam languages. The film did well in the US, Australia and New Zealand. Describing the compilation of ‘Brahmastra’ is very challenging due to the mix of languages ​​and countries.

Net vs. Gross: What’s the Difference?

Kangana Ranaut asks Karan Johar why he shares gross collection instead of net collection of ‘Brahmastra’? Gross box office collection refers to the total amount of ticket sales of a movie. Net box office collection is always bigger after deducting several taxes like services and entertainment. However, each state has different taxes. Apart from this, the third aspect of box office collection is the distributor’s share.

are measured in different ways

The film has grossed Rs 225 crore worldwide so far. Obviously, this does not mean that the producers and distributors of the film also earned a lot, their share is very small. Every state and country works differently, though. For example, in the US, gross collections are assessed while in Bollywood, net collections are reported, while in southern India gross collections are reported. There is confusion about the collection of ‘Brahmastra’ in these different ways.

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According to BoxOfficeIndia.com, Brahmastra earned Rs 105 crore in its opening weekend. At the same time, according to Industry Tracker, the film earned Rs 146 crore in three days in India. Now the difference is that the first issue is a pure collection of Hindi version only whereas the second edition is a collection of all languages. That is, there is no variation in film collections, only different industries follow different patterns.

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On the other hand, if some experts are to be believed, there may be some rigging in the collection as all filmmakers try to show the maximum collection of their films but the probability is only 5-10%. Well, Brahmastra has been made on a budget of Rs 410 crore, which means that the film has not even raised its budget so far. But the good thing is that there are no other big films releasing this month, which will benefit ‘Brahmastra’. Anyway, Hrithik Roshan and Saif Ali Khan’s film ‘Vikram Bhedha’ releases on September 30, which is still a long time away. In such a situation the path of ‘Brahmastra’ is clear.

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