Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s most awaited film ‘Brahmastra’ has been released on the big screen. The audience was eagerly waiting for Il multistarrer movie. It is believed that in the year 2022, the way films are being beaten one after the other in Bollywood, Brahmastra can end this drought. While it has taken close to 10 years to make this movie, Rs 410 crore has been spent on it. The craze of the film was such that for the first day, about 3.5 lakh tickets were booked in advance. This trend still persists. At the same time, reviews about Brahmastra are also coming to the fore. Film critics have mixed reactions to this.
Bollywood-related website Pinkvilla has given this movie 4 out of 5 stars. The review states that Brahmastra is a classic example of ambition. Directed by Ayan Mukerji, the film brings this combination of aspiration and imagination to life on the big screen. Overall, watching a film is a subjective experience. Most of the time, the audience prefers one element of the film over the other.
Another Bollywood based website KoiMoi has also given it 4 out of 5 stars. The review states that Ayan Mukerji has focused more on the script than the story as every frame is a painting. The filmmakers have made sure to maintain the grandeur in every scene. There is a lot in the film, which the audience can guess, yet it will be fun to watch. The reason for this is that you cannot know how it is going to be presented to you. The story of this film is of a boy named Shiva(Ranbir Kapoor), who sees some very strange things in his dream.
So far this year, about 27 films made in Bollywood have been released on screen. Of these, 21 are in the category of flop. Hype films like Lal Singh Chaddha, Prithviraj, Raksha Bandhan and Shamshera have also flopped badly this year. Even Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Gangubai has also been able to appear in average films. Among the hit films, there have been films like Kashmir Files and Bhool Bhulaiyaa. At the same time, films dubbed in Hindi of South India have also proved to be a hit.
Strong reports are coming about the advance booking for the film on the first day. According to some Bollywood-related websites, for the first day itself, around 3.5 lakh tickets have been sold so far. On the first day, this film can earn 25 to 28 crores at the box office. Advance booking trend is strong. Anyway, there is a stir among the trade pundits about this film made on a budget of about 400 crores.