In such a situation, it is also being said that due to the flop of the film, PVR and other investors have suffered a huge loss of up to 800 crores. Recently, the CO of PVR has told the truth about this. The special thing was that before its release amidst the boycott trend regarding the film on social media, there were reports that advance booking of the film has been done in lakhs. Recently, Kamal Gianchandani, CEO of PVR has revealed that he has suffered a loss from this film or not?

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Actually, he has made some tweets, in which he has told about the loss or profit from the film. Kamal says that ‘I am surprised to see negative news about the film Brahmastra in the media. Is it written ignorantly or deliberately to spread hatred?’. Kamal further wrote in his tweet that ‘Only for this we cannot ignore the essential facts. I can now confirm that PVR has made a business of Rs 8.18 crore at the box office on the very first day of ‘Brahmastra’.

Along with this, Gyanchandani further wrote that the box office collection of ‘Brahmastra’ will go even higher. Kamal wrote that ‘that is, the film will comfortably cross the 100 crore mark in its first three days’. Let us tell you that not only the country, ‘Brahmastra’ is getting a very good response abroad as well. The film earned a total of $ 3.40 million on the first day, after which the film also joined the list of the biggest opener Indian films abroad.

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