By the end of the second week, the movie is probable to go into Rs 200 Crore club due to the fact there's no predominant big release in Bollywood this week.

After years of making, Brahmastra Part One: Shiva launched in theatres on September 9. Upon its theatrical release, the Ranbir-Alia starrer opened to blended reviews from the critics.


While the movie's ambition and spectacular VFX received a thumbs up, people criticised the dialogues of the movie.

As in line with a report in Sacnik in terms of net box office collections, Brahmastra Part One: Shiva acquired a bumper starting of Rs 36.42 Crore on Day 1.

Over the weekend, the movie picked up business and collected Rs 42.41 Crore and Rs 45.66 Crore on Saturday and Sunday respectively.

The movie passed the Monday test with flying shades and raked in Rs 16.five Crore. It witnessed a nominal dip in its collections on Tuesday and raked in Rs 12.sixty eight Crore.

Further, Brahmastra Part One: Shiva minted Rs 10.fifty three Crore on Wednesday and Rs 9 Crore (expected).

The general seven-day box office collection of Brahmastra now stands at Rs 173.20 Crore (nett in all languages).

Ayan Mukerji's fantasy journey Brahmastra Part One: Shiva starring Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt is having a remarkable run on the box office.

At the end of the first week, the lavishly-mounted epic minted an expected box office collection of Rs 173.20 Crore in all languages (nett).

the film gets imprisoned in clunky writing which ends up in harassed patches, and its uneasy tone switches, which in no manner we should the film settle.

safe maintainingis meant to be an orphan whose origins are tied to the ‘astraverse’ that Mukerji has created. Once upon a time, the weapon of all guns, it turned into divided into safe-maintaining

But alongside comes an formidable being who wishes it all, and who unleashes his dark forces upon our world.

Shiva has a unusual reference to fire (agni): will he be able to keep the world from the marauders, led thru the hot-eyed, red-lipped Junoon (Mouni Roy, who marches via the movie in flowy black robes.