800 billion rupees are lost by PVR and Inox investors to Ayan Mukherji’s Brahmastra

PVR and Inox investors

Brahmastra looks to be suing PVR and Inox investors in addition to trying to recoup its investment. As early reviews destroyed Brahmastra’s chances, the biggest movie theatre chains in India, PVR & Inox, combined lost more than 800 crores in market capitalization today.

Brief about 800 billion rupees are lost by PVR and Inox investors to Ayan Mukherji’s Brahmastra:

The Brahmastra is a terrible weapon that can only be stopped by its retaliatory Astra, according to legend in India (spear). Ironically, the movie could end up being the intended target of the gun it is named after.

Brahmastra opened amid lukewarm reviews despite massive advance reservations of 23 crores. Taran Adarsh, a reviewer, and pundit gave the Ranbir-Alia starrer a two-star rating and described it as a “king-sized disaster.”

Brahmastra’s failure, which would make it one of the biggest Bollywood flops when other South Indian films have broken records nationwide, would dampen hopes for a return for the Hindi film industry.

Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Amitabh Bachchan, Tollywood superstar Nagarjuna, and even Shah Rukh Khan make brief appearances in Karan Johar’s 410 crore rupee budgeted movie Brahmastra. The most influential actors in Indian cinema are essentially listed here as a who’s who.

Despite the money spent on filming this movie, which has already been postponed for a while, analysts believe it may only end up making less than half of what was put into it.

The movie is expected to make between 130 and 200 crores at the box office over its lifespan based on the outstanding improvements.

Professional reviews and social media commentary may impact Brahmastra’s weekend box office statistics, but the word of mouth and audience reaction will ultimately determine the film’s future.

However, it seems that the initial batch of disgruntled viewers is spreading the bad reviews.

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