Ranbir Kapoor “Brahmāstra: Part One – Shiva” Hit Or Flop – Detailed Box Office Analysis!

Brahmāstra: Part One – Shiva,” an Indian Hindi-language fantasy action-adventure film, took the industry by storm upon its release in September 2022. Ayan Mukerji directed the film, while Karan Johar, Apoorva Mehta, Namit Malhotra, and Mukerji produced it. Dharma Productions, Starlight Pictures, and Prime Focus collaborated on the “project” in association with Star Studios. Ranbir Kapoor and Marijke DeSouza, a talented duo, starred in this highly anticipated production, which served as Star Studios’ first release after the acquisition of 21st Century Fox by Disney.

On 9th September 2022, “Brahmāstra: Part One – Shiva” had a grand theatrical release, captivating audiences in various formats such as standard, 3D, 4DX, and IMAX 3D. The film not only mesmerized viewers in India but also gained popularity in North America and worldwide. Star Studios distributed the film in India, while 20th Century Studios handled distribution in North America, and Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures took charge internationally.

As the dust settles and the curtains draw on this cinematic spectacle, one question remains: Is Ranbir Kapoor’s Brahmastra a hit or a massive flop? This article explores the film’s release, critical reception, and box office performance to uncover the verdict on “Brahmāstra: Part One – Shiva.

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What Is Brahmastra’s Budget?

A misconception about Brahmastra’s budget is causing confusion about the movie’s box office fate. It is said that the film’s production cost is Rs 400 crore. This, however, is not the case. The reported figure includes the entire trilogy, not just the first film, according to director Ayan Mukerji. The movie’s performance is reason enough to be happy, according to exhibitor Akshaye Rathi.

“A film is a success if the earnings are more than the money spent on it. In this case, the investment is a long-term one that covers the entire franchise. They are building the world and its digital assets. The response to the sequels will be fantastic. I say that full confidence that the brand’s earnings will be more than the investment when all is said and done,” he tells IndiaToday. In

Furthermore, Rathi highlights the importance of considering non-theatrical revenue before labeling a film as a failure.

“Producers can also make money from non-theatrical channels. There are satellite rights, music rights and so on. In Brahmastra’s case, they have created a world that can be expanded beyond just these three films,” he adds.

Brahmastra’s Box Office Collection

Brahmastra’s Box Office Collection.

Brahmāstra: Part One – Shiva has achieved a gross collection of ₹320 crore (US$40 million) in India and ₹111 crore (US$14 million) overseas, resulting in an estimated worldwide gross of ₹431 crore (US$54 million). In its opening weekend, the film earned US$4.5 million from 810 theaters in the United States and Canada. With Hindi earnings of ₹189 crore and a total of ₹213 crore worldwide during its first weekend, Brahmāstra emerged as the highest-grossing Hindi film overseas since the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, it recorded the highest domestic opening weekend for an original Hindi film and the second-highest for a film released with screenings in Hindi, following K.G.F: Chapter 2.

Brahmastra Total Box Office Collection Details

Movie Name Brahmastra Part One: Shiva
Produced by Karan Johar, Apoorva Mehta, Namit Malhotra
Cast Alia Bhatt, Ranbir Kapoor, Amitabh Bachchan, Mauni Roy, Nararjun, Shahrukh Khan
Directed by Ayan Mukerji
Production companies Star Studios, Dharma Productions, Prime Focus, Starlight Pictures
Distributed by Star Studios (India) Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (International)
Release Date 9th September 2022
Pre-Booking Collection Rs 22 Crores Gained in Pre-Booking
Box office Day 1 Collection Rs 100 Crore
Budget est. ₹400 crore
Release On Cinemas
Languages Hindi, Malyalam, Kannada, Telugu, Tamil

Brahmastra Movie – Hit/Flop?

The success of Brahmastra can be viewed from different perspectives. While India Today reports a global gross of nearly Rs 425 crore, there is a perception that the film is a commercial disappointment. However, trade expert Akshaye Rathi disagrees with this notion. On the other hand, Hindustan Times suggests that Brahmastra needs to achieve a net business of ₹350-600 crore to be considered a successful venture. According to Wikipidea Bhrahmastra worldwide gross Collection of ₹431 crore

As of the film’s 11th day of release, Brahmastra has accumulated ₹220 crore nett across all languages in India. Additionally, it has garnered around ₹80 crore nett from overseas collections, resulting in a total worldwide net collection of ₹300 crores. According to trade reports from Gulte, the film’s theatrical run is nearing its end in most Indian theaters, with collections amounting to nearly ₹300 crores from all language versions in the country.

When considering collections from overseas territories, the film has managed to amass a total of ₹400 crores. Hence, determining whether Brahmastra is a hit or a flop becomes challenging, as it depends on the criteria used to define success.

According to Box Office India’s year-end report, Brahmāstra: Part One – Shiva received a verdict of being a “hit.”

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One User said: Great VFX but lacking in other departments
We were expecting a great movie as the amount of money spent on this movie was insane. But it is more or less disappointment. VFX are great and are equal to any best of Hollywood. But here director missed the trick. He focussed too much on VFX and did not focus on story , acting or Music. Other than acting by superstar No actor including Ranbir and Alia acted well. Big B is a waste in this movie. Music is also copied from other songs of pritam himself.

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