The Indian Movie “BRAHMASTRA” Tops Australia’s Box Office For The First Time

Brahmastra: Part OneIn just two weeks, Shiva earned $1.56 million in Australia, becoming the first Indian film to top the box office. Audiences mainly from Australian Indian and South Asian communities attended the first installment of the superhero trilogy, which outperformed George Miller’s Three Thousand Years of Longing and Ever After Happy.

Among the Australian population, India comes in second place behind England for the most number of citizens who were born in India. In addition to the expansion of its resources, higher production standards, and better performances than traditional Bollywood films, Indian cinema has also begun looking outward toward the rest of the world.

There was a surprise outcome this past weekend when another Indian film, RRR, earned $3.6 million after its debut as second place at the box office behind The Batman and then went on to become one of Netflix’s most popular Indian films at the box office.

Brahmastra: Part One – After falling in love with Isha (Alia Bhatt), Shiva (Ranbir Kapoor) develops unsettling visions after he meets her. In the movie Guru (Amitabh Bachchan), the protagonist learns that he is capable of manipulating fire, and Guru (Amitabh Bachchan) invites him to stop a group of bad guys from putting together the three components of an ancient weapon that can destroy the entire world.

It is no secret that Ayan Mukerji’s film is being compared to its Marvel and DC counterparts, but he isn’t inclined to fall for those comparisons. The Marvel Universe is a very high bar to aim for, especially for a universe that was created out of India, according to him, but the goal is to reach audiences outside of the country, he said.  

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