Brahmastra box office week one collection: The Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt-starrer has crossed the ₹300-crore mark worldwide and ₹200-crore mark in India in terms of gross collections.
Brahmastra Part One-Shiva has been dipping at the box office over its first week but has still managed to cross the important ₹300-crore mark at the global box office at the end of its first week. The film has earned ₹200 crore gross ( ₹173 crore net) in India in all languages in the same time period. Trade analysts have, however, said that the daily dip is a little too high for a film of this size, which may hurt its prospects later on.
The film’s producer Karan Johar took to Twitter on Friday morning to share Brahmastra’s week one worldwide box office gross. In a video he posted, the producer claimed the film has crossed the ₹300-crore mark globally. “Love and light ruling the global box office at #1! Entering the second week with a heart full of gratitude and excitement,” Karan wrote alongside the video. In the absence of big Hollywood releases in the past week due to the 9/11 anniversary, Brahmastra dominated global box office as well, emerging as the highest-grossing film worldwide with a gross of around $38 million (just over ₹300 crore).