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Brahmastra Day 12: ‘Brahmastra’ will continue to dominate the box office! Earned this much in advance booking on the 12th day

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Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s film ‘Brahmastra Part One Shiva’ is maintaining a strong hold at the box office these days. The film, directed by Ayan Mukerji, was eagerly awaited by the audience and the film rocked the box office on the opening day itself. At the same time, on the second weekend, the film also entered the 200 crore club. Now the advance booking figures for the 12th day of the film have also been revealed.

Directed by Ayan Mukerji, ‘Brahmastra Part One Shiva’ hit the theaters on 9 September. The world of weapons has been shown in the film and along with it the amazing VFX is also attracting the audience. Boycott was being demanded for the film from the beginning, but since its release, the film has been performing well at the box office.

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The film earned Rs 15.38 crore on the second Saturday and collected Rs 16.05 crore on Sunday. At the same time, now there has been a decrease in the collection of the film on Monday and it has collected 4.80 crores. At the same time, if we talk about advance booking, then the film had collected 1.25 crores in advance booking on the 11th day and according to the initial figures on the 12th day, the gross collection of advance booking of the film has been Rs 1.11 crores.

Advance booking in Hindi has sold 46,963 tickets and a collection of 1.02 crores. At the same time, 4,036 tickets were sold in Telugu and a collection of 6.7 lakhs was done. Apart from this, 943 tickets have been sold in Tamil and a collection of Rs 1.89 lakh has been done. In such a situation, 5,19,432 tickets have been sold on the 12th day in total. Let us tell you that apart from Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt, ‘Brahmastra Part One Shiva’ also stars Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna and Mouni Roy in the lead roles.

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