‘Brahmastra’ has enjoyed a good run in Mumbai, which added Rs 70 crore nett to the total while Delhi / UP circuit earned Rs 50 crore nett. Nizam / Andhra markets scored around Rs 14.50 crore in Hindi and Rs 19 crore nett in Telugu.Pan India, ‘Brahamstra’ has managed to earn a total of Rs 254 crore nett in all formats, reports boxofficeindia. At the worldwide box office, ‘Brahmastra’ emerged as the 10th original Hindi film to cross the 400 crore mark in Hindi. In all formats, ‘Brahmastra’ scored Rs 431 crore worldwide.
Director Ayan Mukerji has already started work on the film’s sequel ‘Brahmastra: Part 2 – Dev and the Astraverse’. Speaking about the same, he had shared, “’Love is the light’ was my line for the film. ‘Brahmastra: Part One’ used to be called ‘Love’ for the longest time because that was the theme of the film. It is a love story and Shiva got his power from love. But ‘Part Two: Dev’ will be a darker and juicier story in terms of the dramatic conflict. The follow-ups will be darker for sure.”