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Brahmastra Box Office: The Ranbir Kapoor And Alia Bhatt Movie Records The Biggest Advance For A Bollywood Movie In The IMAX Format

The movie may stand first for collecting above 1 crore in India alone.
by Fitha Fathima | September 07, 2022 18:37 IST
Brahmastra Box Office: The Ranbir Kapoor And Alia Bhatt Movie Records The Biggest Advance For A Bollywood Movie In The IMAX Format

Ayan Mukerji's Brahmastra, starring Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt, is proving to be a spectacle that viewers are eager to see on the big screen. We have sample data that indicates that the IMAX version of Brahmastra is selling tickets more quickly than anything else. In India, IMAX theaters have already sold 65 to 70 percent of the movie's tickets, and the first day's advance sales are expected to reach over 80 percent.

 
The film will set a type of record by becoming the first Hindi movie to earn Rs. 1 crore or more via IMAX alone in India. In fact, Brahmastra has a good possibility of earning Rs. 1 crore NETT from IMAX locations just from advance sales. Brahmastra had 20,000 tickets sold as of Tuesday night at Indian IMAX theaters, resulting in a 70% occupancy rate. The IMAX version has so far made Rs. 82 lakh in net revenue, and by Thursday night, we anticipate that 80 percent of the IMAX edition's tickets will have been reserved in advance, bringing in a net sum of Rs. 1.05 crore.
 
With just prior reservations, the picture will outperform the opening day takings of movies like Padmavat and Thugs of Hindostan in IMAX. The good news is that reservations are equally that for Saturday and Sunday as well. If the pre-release buzz is accurate, Brahmastra will end up with over 80% occupancy at the Indian IMAX theaters, breaking the previous record set by KGF 2 and RRR.
 
After India's elimination from the Asia Cup, there is a remote possibility of seeing even 90 percent distribution in the IMAX locations throughout the weekend. In India, Brahmastra is being screened at approximately 100 IMAX locations every day. Bollywood has never had more access to the big screen.


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