Brahmastra Part 1 Shiva released in middle of lot of buzz and controversies but film proved everyone wrong with massive weekend at box office. Ranbir Kapoor & Alia Bhatt starrer received love of the audience despite mixed reviews and cameos of SRK,Nagarjun and Deepika helped film further.
Film collected highest weekend ever worldwide beating all new releases in USA & UK market too and this happened first time for a Hindi film. Film was 2nd in USA and 3rd in UK market over weekend. Also it topped Australian box office over weekend.
Film collected massive 123 cr nett all India all languages which is highest non holiday weekend ever beating previous highest 120 cr nett of Sanju. Film collected 16 cr in Telugu which is terrific and highest ever gross for a Hindi film in 5 days itself. Film collected total 18.50 cr in south languages over week.
Top Bollywood grossers in South (Dubbed versions):
Brahmastra : 18.50 cr * (week 1)
Padmaavat : 15.65 cr
Dangal : 12.75 cr
Following is the Worldwide collection breakdown in 1st Week :
All India All Languages (Hindi)
Day 1: 37.50 cr (31.5 cr)
Day 2: 41.50 cr (37.5 cr)
Day 3: 46 cr (39.5 cr)
Day 4: 16.25 (14 cr)
Day 5: 12.25 cr (11.25 cr)
Day 6: 10.50 cr (9.60 cr)
Day 7: 9.75 cr (9 cr)
Week 1: 173.75 cr nett
Day 8: 10.20 cr (9.30 cr)
Total: 184.45 cr nett
All India Gross: 224 cr
Day 1: 3.8 million $
Day 2: 3.1 million $
Day 3: 2.8 million $
Day 4: 0.7 million $
Day 5: 0.2 million $
Day 6: 0.2 million $
Day 7: 0.2 million $
Total : 11 million $ (88 cr INR)
Worldwide 312 Cr Gross
Film started crucial 2nd week today on expected lines as weekend will decide its lifetime number. There was hardly any competition at box office as all new releases tanked badly.
Brahmastra Shiva Part 1 should collect around 10.20 cr nett on day 8 as per early trends which is very good hold considering drops on weekdays. Film has 183 cr nett plus total in 8 days and it will jump over weekend to cross 200 cr nett all India number. Film has crossed 200 cr gross all India number today.
Film should cross 225 cr domestic nett lifetime and 400 cr gross.