Due to the festival time, the movie scene is booming with new films. But with all the new releases, the competition has remained tough. In fact, a lot of people are wondering how Brahmastra has destroyed the multiplex market.
PVR and Inox have both suffered huge losses as a result of the film Brahmastra. The film’s negative reviews have dragged down their stock prices. Several analysts have also commented on the situation. PVR’s share price sank by over 20 per cent, while Inox’s market capitalization plummeted by nearly 800 crores. Despite this setback, the film has received mixed reviews, with its early opening having received 23 crores in advance bookings.
While Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt have shared the latest poster, we must not forget that Amitabh Bachchan wields the Prabhastra. Meanwhile, Nagarjuna plays the role of Nandiastra, who holds the power of 1000 Nandis. Brahmastra was released in theatres on September 9, 2022.
Moreover, the film’s logo has been a rage since its launch, with viewers already sharing their enthusiasm for the film’s title. In addition to the logo, the movie’s song Kesariya has also gone viral. The song is the theme song for the film, and Ayan Mukerji has already released the first version of the song in 4K. Moreover, it features the lead characters in the film – Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt. It is no wonder that the song has gotten the attention of fans and critics alike.
Meanwhile, PVR has been hit hard by Kangana Ranaut’s shocking allegations against Ayan Mukerji. The movie’s release date was supposed to be December 2016, but it has now been pushed back to Q2 of FY24. Karan Johar’s latest statement says that if the film does well, multiplex operators will benefit.
Brahmastra Part One Shiva is a superhero adventure with a romantic subplot. The film’s visual effects are a feast for the eyes. The movie’s VFX is done by the same company that made Dune. It’s a love story about love and light.
Despite the flaws in the plot, the film is an overall good movie. The film’s VFX is superior, and the performances are outstanding. However, the film’s story and climax fight sequence are weak and should be trimmed to make them more effective.
After the release of Brahmastra, Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt have faced a backlash from a section of the film’s fan community. Fans have demanded a boycott of the film because of its controversial content. Alia Bhatt has also come under fire for her comments. Ranbir recently discussed his love for beef in an interview with food critic Kunal Vijaykar. The interview went viral, and social media users started using hashtags such as #BrahmastraToo.
Ayan Mukerji, the director of Brahmastra, reportedly felt that he would die making the film. The upcoming film starring Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor has attracted massive buzz and is one of the most anticipated movies of 2022. However, the film has been delayed for several reasons. First of all, the premise of the film was conceived ten years ago. Shooting began five years ago, but has been delayed by a number of challenges. Secondly, Ranbir Kapoor used to hide the fact that he was working on Brahmastra. He once said that no one would be able to comprehend the complicated process.
The actors’ on-screen chemistry is palpable. Alia Bhatt is one of the few real-life couples with obvious onscreen chemistry. It is a real treat to watch them interact. Brahmastra is the first film between the two.
Brahmastra stars Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt as gods who are on the verge of falling in love. Meanwhile, the film follows Shiva’s journey as he discovers his superpowers and ties with a secret society of guardians. Alia Bhatt plays Isha, Shiva’s love interest.
The film has received mixed reviews in India. It has been distributed by 20th Century Studios in the US. It was recently screened for the press in the US, the day before it was released in India. The film has a budget of around 38-63 million. This makes it one of the highest budgeted films in Indian cinema.
Before the release of Brahmastra in India, Arijit Singh performed the song Kesariya in Sydney. The video went viral on the internet. The second song will be unveiled soon, and Ayan Mukerji calls it the soul of the movie.
After the release of Brahmastra, Kangana Ranaut slammed the film, claiming that it was a ‘disaster’ and that the movie industry in India is being taken over by the movie mafia. She shared a business report on the film and claimed that it had wiped out the Rs 800 crore of wealth of the investors of PVR and Inox. She also accused the makers of doing things like buying tickets and sponsoring weddings.
The pandemic has affected the movie exhibition business a great deal. Despite this, the combined box office collections of PVR and Inox Leisure for the fourth quarter of FY20 were a record. The combined company would own over 1,200 screens, making it the largest multiplex in the country. The next biggest multiplex operator in India, INOX Leisure, operates less than half of PVR’s screens.
Kangana Ranaut has already crossed swords with the ruling Maharashtra dispensation. Her tirade against the state pits her against the Thackeray-led government. The Bombay High Court has ordered the BMC to respond to Kangana’s tirade.
Although the COVID-19 cases have decreased in Maharashtra, it is important to support the theatre business in the state. The Maharashtra government should help the industry by reopening theatres in the state. Although the government of Maharashtra is not doing enough to help the theatre industry, Kangana Ranaut is urging the government to support the industry.
Yes, Brahmastra is killing PVR and Inox with its disastrous performance in the box office. The film is not only a box office success, and has also destroyed the credibility of the filmmaker.