Brahmastra Box Office: Film emerges the highest Bollywood grosser of 2022 at the Australia box office :Bollywood Box Office – Bollywood Hungama

Ayan Mukerji directorial brahmastra Some time back the film starring Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt was released. Also starring Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna and Mouni Roy as well as guest appearances by Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone, the film was expected to be one of the highest grossers of the year. live up to expectations brahmastra Which has hit more than 9000 screens worldwide, has been creating a buzz in Mulla since its release.

In this box office report, we look at the collections of brahmastra Close to its second weekend at the Australia box office compared to the previous releases of 2022 that have hit the screens in this overseas market. not surprisingly, brahmastra Which enjoyed the widest release in Australia for a Bollywood release, across commercial cinema chains and art house theatres, Australia has emerged as the highest Bollywood grosser of 2022 at the box office. The collection of $1,466,180 Brahmastra has crossed the collection of Aamir Khan starrer film Lal Singh Chaddha Which earned A$ 1,277,543 during its theatrical run. In addition, the business of brahmastra Have also managed to see the collection of other releases like The Kashmir Files who collected $1,146,137, Gangubai Kathiawadi who collected A$ 1,049,505, and maze 2 Which collected A$9,47,255.

The truth is that brahmastra Having managed to achieve this feat by the end of its second weekend, the film continues to dominate the box office window. In fact, the predictions claim that the business of brahmastra Australia will maintain its momentum at the box office in the coming weeks as well.

Highest grossing Bollywood of 2022 at Australia box office
Brahmastra – Part One: Shiva – 1,466,180 A$
Lal Singh Chaddha – 1,277,543 A$
The Kashmir Files – 1,146,137 A$
Gangubai Kathiawadi – 1,049,505 A$
maze 2 – 9,47,255 A$

more pages: Brahmastra – Part One: Shiva Box Office Collection , Brahmastra – Part One: Shiva Movie Review