Brahmastra Part One: Shiva makes history this weekend by becoming the world's most popular movie, bringing love, light, and festivities to the Indian film industry. With a roaring Box office opening of Rs 225 Cr in just three days globally, it has continued to provide the film industry, theatre owners, and spectators immense joy.
Well now, the director of the film took to his social media as he is overwhelmed by the response by the audience.
Expressing his gratitude for the love that the film has received Ayan Mukerji has penned a lengthy note on his social media. The filmmaker took to his Instagram account and shared a video celebrating the 225 Cr collection. He captioned it as,
"Brahmāstra has gotten off to a great start with audiences over its first weekend! The feeling is only of Gratitude, and more Gratitude - for our Audiences! ❤️💥The Acceptance from Audiences - is the only reward we work for at the movies. The Future of the Brahmāstra Trilogy, and the Astraverse, eventually lies in the hands of our Audience, and this weekend we have received back from them… Light - for the years of work that went into this Venture!"
He further explained how proud he is,
"I feel proud that we managed to create a great energy at the cinemas over the last 3 days, with people coming out and sitting together jointly - to watch a very new kind of movie for our Cinema, one which takes Technology to the next level, and does it while retaining the soul of Indian culture and spirituality. We were also the #1 Movie at the Global Box-Office this weekend… another source of pride, excitement and progress, for us!"
Ayan concluded the note saying,
"Putting out good energy for the next few weeks of Brahmāstra’s Journey at the Cinemas… and also for the Love of Movies doing well in general, the most popular art form of our times, one that entertains and should unite us ! 🤞🕉🧿💥"
Brahmastra Part One: Shiva is bankrolled by Star Studios, Dharma Productions, Prime Focus, and Starlight Pictures. The film is intended to serve as the first film in a planned trilogy as part of its own called Astraverse.