At the weekend’s international box office, Brahmastra ranked first. This is the third Indian film to top the global box office charts in the previous two years, making it the first time a Bollywood film has ever done so. Prior to Brahmastra, Vijay starred Master and S.S. This was accomplished by the NTR Jr. and Ram Charan-starring RRR films, both directed by Rajamouli.
A rough estimate of Brahmastra’s global box office take was $26.50 million (Rs. 210 crores), of which $18 million came from India, $4.50 million from North America, and $4 million from other markets like Australia, the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, etc. The Chinese movie “Give Me Five” and two other Asian films that made it to the top three are now surpassed by the movie.
The movie now ranks above two other Asian movies that made it to the top three: the Chinese film “Give Me Five,” which debuted at $21.50 million in China, and the Korean film “Confidential Assignment 2: International,” which brought in $19.50 million in Korea.
Brahmastra also becomes the first Indian movie to ever win the box office in Australia, joining previous number one debuts from India, the United Arab Emirates, Canada, and New Zealand. Additionally, it debuted at number two in the USA and number three in Malaysia and the UK.
The top ten films at the global box office from September 9 to September 11, 2022, are as follows:
Brahmastra: Part One – Shiva – $26.50 million
Give Me Five – $21.50 million
Confidential Assignment 2: International – $19.50 million
Barbarian – $10.50 million
Bullet Train – $8.95 million
Minions: The Rise of Gru – $7.45 million
Top Gun: Maverick – $7 million
New Gods: Yang Jian – $5.25 million
The Invitation – $5 million
Hero – $5 million