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Brahmastra Box Office Collection Day 16: Earnings of ‘Brahmastra’ fell on the third Saturday, only this collection done

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Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt starrer ‘Brahmastra Part One Shiva’, directed by Ayan Mukerji, surprised everyone with a better-than-expected first week at the box office. However, the film’s collection declined in the second week. From the 11th day (second Monday) of its release, the film’s box office collection kept on falling. For four consecutive days i.e. from the second Monday to the second Thursday, the pace of the film’s collection slowed down. But, meanwhile, the 15th day (3rd Friday) proved to be a great one for the film. Actually, National Cinema Day was celebrated across the country on this day, which got good profit for the film. Now the 16th day collection has also come out.

In the second week, the earnings of Ranbir Kapoor’s ‘Brahmastra’ were continuously declining. But, 23 September National Cinema Day brought good omen for the film. On this day the ticket price was kept at Rs 75, so the queues of the audience were seen in cinemas across the country since morning. By evening, the film ‘Brahmastra Part One Shiva’ collected a collection of about 12 crores on the 15th day. The third week of the film got off to a great start with National Cinema Day. Let us tell you that on 23 September 2022 (third Friday), the film did not do as well on the second Friday as it did. With this it is also expected that the collection of the film will be good in the third week. But, the 16th day collection has again raised concerns.

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‘Brahmastra Part One Shiva’ did a stupendous business of Rs 173.22 crore in the first week of its release. It was expected that this film will definitely do half its business in the second week of release. But in the second week of release after Monday, the collection of the film continued to fall and in the second week, the film could only earn Rs 57.43 crore at the box office. The third week of the film started well with National Cinema Day and on the 15th day of its release, the film earned around Rs 12 crore. With this the film’s domestic box office collection has gone up to Rs 241.43 crore. Now according to the initial figures, the film has collected Rs 5.20 crore in India on the 16th day of its release. The film did not even do half the collection as compared to the second Saturday. According to the initial figures, including the collection of the 16th day, the film has so far collected a total of Rs 246.63 crores.

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It is believed that the third week of the film will be quite a challenge. Generally, according to the math of hit films, half of what the films earn in the first week, in the second week and about a quarter of that in the third week, earns at the box office. In this sense, if the film earns about 45 crores in the third week, then this week of the film will be called good. However, in the second week, the film was lagging behind in terms of the math of the hit film. On the second day of the third week, the collection of the film has come down drastically. Now eyes are fixed on the third Sunday i.e. tomorrow. It will be interesting to see whether the film will get the benefit of Sunday’s holiday?

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