Brahmastra Part One Failed or Succesful in Public Review
'Brahmastra', which released on the Pan India level, rocked the box office as soon as it arrived. Director Ayan Mukerji had announced this film about 10 years ago and for this reason, even before its release, this multi-starrer film was making a tremendous buzz among the fans. However, there is also a truth that the boycott of this film also happened in a tremendous way. Despite this, Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt starrer this film gave a good opening in Telugu language along with Hindi on the first day.
Made in a budget of 410 crores, this film gave a bumper opening of Rs 32.50 crores in Hindi language only 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 has earned a whopping Rs 4 crore on the first day, which is considered to be great for a dubbed version of a Hindi film.
Why did it earn well in Telugu?
There are many reasons behind the good opening of the Telugu version of 'Brahmastra'. The first reason is Nagarjuna's brilliant work in the film. Nagarjuna is an amazing actor of Telugu cinema, whose popularity is all over South India. In such a situation, the fans of the actor have showered love on this film. Apart from this, megastar 'Chiranjeevi' of South Industry, Jr NTR and director SS Rajamouli also strongly supported this film, which has a direct impact on the collection of this film. South artists praised 'Brahmastra'
SS Rajamouli was seen promoting 'Brahmastra' with Ranbir Kapoor at several events. During this, the director praised 'Brahmastra' fiercely every time. Apart from this, Jr NTR was seen as the chief guest in a special event of 'Brahmastra'. On this occasion, the actor also openly praised 'Brahmastra' while talking about bringing South and Bollywood together.
'Brahmastra' earning worldwide
On one hand, Ranbir-Alia's film has done business of 36 crores at the Indian box office. On the other hand, the film has earned more than Rs 50 crore at the worldwide box office. According to sources, 'Brahmastra' has collected Rs 75 crores at the worldwide box office. Trade analysts believe that the film's collection may increase further over the weekend. Let us tell you that apart from Hindi, this film was released in Kannada, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam languages on 9 September.