Hindi cinema’s most awaited film ‘Brahmastra’ has been released and as soon as it came, the film rocked the box office. Directed by Ayan Mukerji, the film has been released on a pan India level, which also featured Amitabh Bachchan and Nagarjuna along with Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt. For this reason, the film’s dunk was not being made only at the Hindi box office. Rather, ‘Brahmastra’ is doing great earnings in the South as well. Apart from Hindi, Ayan Mukerji’s film is getting good earnings in Telugu language.
Made in a budget of 410 crores, this film gave a bumper opening in Hindi language on the first day i.e. Friday. But the film’s earnings were not less in Telugu language as well. The Telugu version of the film earned a whopping Rs 4 crore on the first day. At the same time, the film’s earnings continued on the second day as well. There has been a slight decline in the earnings of ‘Brahmastra’ on Saturday, but despite this, the collection of the film has been fine. In Telugu language ‘Brahmastra’ has collected around three crores on the second day, which is fine for a Hindi film.
Total earning on the second day
Ranbir-Alia’s film ‘Brahmastra’ was fiercely boycotted on social media. Even after this, the film’s stupendous earnings continued on the second day as well. According to the figures that have come out so far, this film has earned a lot on the second day as well. Where this film did a business of 36 crores across the country on the first day. At the same time, there has been a significant increase in its collection on the second day. The Ranbir-Alia starrer has earned around 41.50 crores across the country on Saturday.
Reasons for bumper earnings in Telugu
‘Brahmastra’ has been released in South along with Telugu in Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada languages but the film is earning more in Telugu. The reason for this is the support of Telugu stars for the film. The brilliant actor Nagarjuna has been seen in this film. Apart from this, director SS Rajamouli, Megastar Chiranjeevi and Jr NTR had praised the film, which has a direct impact on the collection of this film.