Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s highly anticipated ‘Brahmastra’ is set to make a record box office debut. According to the trend insider, the movie could change the box office map. Advance booking numbers received a resounding response with around 27,000 tickets sold across three national chains – PVR, Inox and Cinepolis.
According to a report published in Pinkvilla, a large part of the public has also been drawn to IMAX shows. People should note that the movie will only premiere in 3D version for advance booking. Meanwhile, the 2D version of the film is expected to go live next week.
Film trade analyst Taran Adarsh took to Twitter and wrote: “‘BRAHMASTRA'” ADVANCE BOOKING STATUS… Finally some relief for the industry… Received #Brahmastra *daily data* [advance booking} of *a leading multiplex chain*…Observations… Tickets sold: 11,558 [veryyy positive start, since advance opened at select locations only}.”
‘BRAHMĀSTRA’: ADVANCE BOOKING STATUS… Finally, some relief for the industry… Received #Brahmāstra *day-wise data* [advance booking] of *a leading multiplex chain*… Comments…
⭐ Tickets sold: 11,558 [veryyy positive start, since advance opened at select locations only] pic.twitter.com/UW83RpmofZ
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh)
September 3, 2022
He further stated that the film will contribute around 63% of the total ticket sales. He further predicted that 25% of business is expected on Saturday and 12% on Sunday.
Meanwhile, in order to observe National Cinema Day on September 16, the Multiplex Association of India (MAI) and cinemas have decided to lower ticket prices for films across the country.
People can watch the movie for just Rs 75, and 4,000 movie channels are participating in the event. Additionally, theaters will sell the tickets at a regular price for a week after the film’s release. However, on September 16, tickets for the film will be sold at a reduced rate.
The film is directed by Ayan Mukerji and will also star Amitabh Bachchan, Mouni Roy and Nagarjuna. Meanwhile, SS Rajamouli will present the film in the South. The film hits the big screens on September 9.