Brahmastra: The Ranbir-Alia movie breaks records and earns more than 200 crores in its first weekend of release.

New Delhi: Brahmastra has brought about the success that Bollywood had been seeking for a while. Not only domestically, but also internationally, the movie is breaking box office records. A record for Bollywood this year, Brahmastra broke the 200 crore mark worldwide in its first weekend of release. In just three days, Brahmastra became the first movie of 2022 to reach a double century globally.


On September 9, more than 9000 screens globally showed Brahmastra Part One – Shiva in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada. Brahmastra has been introduced on more than 5,000 screens in India. In three days since its debut, Brahmastra has amassed a worldwide gross of 225 crores, according to data provided by the filmmakers.

Produced by Karan Johar One of the most anticipated movies of the year is Brahmastra. The movie is directed by Ayan Mukerji. Ayan reportedly devoted ten years of his professional life to making this movie. The final two instalments of the trilogy Brahmastra have not yet been released. When developing the plot for this movie, Ayan imagined certain divine weapons that would allow an Astraverse to be built.

Boycott happened before release

On social media, hashtags urging a boycott of Brahmastra were used before to its release. Many commenters urged people to boycott the movie in light of Ranbir and Alia’s previous statements. However, based on the film’s box office results, it doesn’t appear that the boycott movements have had an impact on the public or the film’s supporters.

mixed feedback from reviewers

Critics’ reactions to Brahmastra were conflicted. Despite some positive reviews, all the experts voiced dissatisfaction in the movie. However, based on the early box office results, it appears that Brahmastra is a critical success.

Record breaking advance ticket sale

Even before it was released, Brahmastra began to distribute records. PVR and INOX, two multiplex chains, say that over three lakh movie tickets were sold at both of their theatres during the film’s opening weekend before its release.

Ayan Mukerji, the film’s director, expressed his gratitude to the Indian and international audiences for their overwhelming support of the movie in a statement, saying, “I would be grateful for the response I got in the opening weekend and hope this love continues in this week as well. His positive energy and faith in me have made the Brahmastra journey really passionate, emotional, and charismatic.

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