Brahmastra will be released on September 9. The pre-booking report for the Ranbir Kapoor/Alia Bhatt-starring film is excellent. According to a report by Bollywood Hungama, just three national multiplex chains have sold 72,000 tickets as of Monday. The goal is to sell the first 1.5 lakh of tickets before the opening. Ayan Mukerji director’s pre-booking ticket report is clear and clear compared to all recent Bollywood movies: Unlike other Bollywood movies, this Karan Johar movie will have a better opening at the box office. .
A positive atmosphere has been created with all the South veterans, including SS Rajamouli, in favor of the film. Although Brahmastra is launching in South Indian languages other than Hindi, reports of early bookings in Southern languages are not very special. It is said in some reports that there is some fragrance in Telugu but no enthusiasm in other languages. Well, after the pre-booking reports, there has been quite a stir in the movie business circle regarding Brahmastra. It is believed that at least his state will not be like ‘Lal Singh Chaddha’.
Ranbir Kapoor in Brahmastra.
How is the condition of Brahmastra different from Lal Singh Chaddha?
Before the release, there was also a strong protest against Lal Singh Chaddha from Brahmastra. Aamir Khan’s Lal Singh Chaddha was also a Pan India film. In this also the Telugu superstar Naga Chaitanya had an important role. Despite this, Aamir’s film in other languages, including Hindi, failed to attract the audience to the cinema. The film made a decent opening of Rs 11.70 crore on the first day, but then sat out altogether and the lifetime gross at the domestic box office dropped to Rs 58.18 crore. According to the pre-booking news, if it is correct, then it can be believed that Brahmastra may be off to a good start. The collaboration of the South and the mystery associated with Shiva seems to be attracting a wide section of the Indian audience.
Why can Brahmastra fall victim to consequences like Aamir Khan’s thugs?
What the future of Brahmastra will be in theaters, will now be decided by the crowds that walk out of theaters on day one. A film made with a budget of more than 400 million rupees will be saved from fate like Lal Singh Chaddha, but if the audience finds the content wrong, then its result may be like Aamir’s ‘Thugs of Hindostan’. Before Lal Singh Chaddha, Thugs of Hindostan was also one of the biggest disasters of Aamir’s career. There was great anticipation for ‘Thugs of Hindostan’ before its release. The film featured stars like Amitabh Bachchan, Katrina Kaif and Fatima Sana Shaikh along with Aamir. Even then there was tremendous opposition, but there was also tremendous early booking. Despite this, the experience of the public that came out after seeing the film on the first day was very bad.
Word of mouth for Thugs of Hindostan was very poor despite mixed reviews. Aamir’s film achieved an opening of 52.25 crores. Despite earning 123 crores on the weekend, the lifetime collection failed to exceed 151.19 crores. The challenge for Brahmastra is twofold. Karan Johar’s film and his team is already under criticism, after getting South’s help, there will be some relief. But all the responsibility now depends on the content and word of mouth. There is a fear that after the first day, weak word of mouth could sink the film and be solely responsible for the creators of Brahmastra.
Why was the content of Brahmastra on target even before its release?
Anyway, the content of Brahmastra is on target as of now. After seeing all the images of the film on social networks, people question the common sense of the creators. Many people have also started calling Brahmastra a laser show based on some images. Some people said: Well, there’s something mythological about the movie, but there’s also something called rationality. How ridiculous is that scene of Ranbir Kapoor where he rains fire on her but his clothes are safe as if water falls on him instead of fire. At least a little logic should have been taken care of in such a big budget movie.
The images are childlike and like cartoon movies. There is no lack of such reactions in the Boycott hashtag associated with the film, in which people say that the images of all the mythological series are better than Brahmastra. Manufacturers should be concerned about this. If the audience gave a similar response on the first day after its release, then one should not hesitate to say that Karan Johar’s film can stay at the box office despite getting a better number of stars.