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Brahmastra: National Cinema Day turns a saviour for Ranbir-Alia’s film, sees a massive jump at box office

Following a record-breaking performance on National Cinema Day on Friday, Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s flick ‘Brahmastra‘ performed well on its third Saturday. Ayan Mukerji’s fantasy action-adventure picture has undoubtedly struck a chord with the audience and appears to have caught on by word of mouth.

According to Box Office India, the Hindi version of Brahmastra grossed Rs 5.50 crore nett on Saturday. Following the tremendous Rs 8.50 crore nett collections on National Cinema Day on Friday, there were fears of a significant decline on Saturday, since many people would have seen the film at a lower price. After Friday, though, the film just resumed its original course. According to the analysis, collections did suffer at the larger centres.

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Even if there is no increase on Sunday, the film will do well in its third weekend, earning around Rs 19.50 crore nett. The total collection of the film is presently Rs 207 crore nett, and it is likely to reach Rs 213 crore nett by the conclusion of the third weekend.

Meanwhile, Ayan Mukerji has confirmed that development on Part 2 has begun, adding that the film would be darker. “It is a love story and Shiva got his power from love. But ‘Part Two: Dev’ will be a darker and juicier story in terms of the dramatic conflict. The follow-ups will be darker for sure. Some of the themes of Part One will still be used. It is one tale and everything that we set up in part one will make sense by the time you see Part Three,” he said to PTI.

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Brahmastra Part One: Shiva stars Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, and Mouni Roy, with extended cameos by Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarujna, and Shah Rukh Khan. The film is the first instalment of a planned trilogy. At the end of the film, a sequel named Dev was revealed. Brahmastra also heralds the start of a new cinematic world known as the Astraverse. Ayan Mukerji, the film’s director, has stated that a few spinoffs are in the works, including one based on Shah Rukh Khan’s Vanarastra.



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In a world full of writers, I'll just be another one with an edge to be the best. I am a content writer by trade and part-time poet.
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