Brahmastra has been making a lot of news these days, especially for fans' new theories and its box office collection. The film, which was made on a budget of 400 crores, earned more than 340 crores within 10 days of its release. And now the Brahmastra collection has been compared with Vivek Agnihotri’s The Kashmir Files which earned approx 320 crores in 10 days. But Vivek doesn’t keep quiet and says that Bollywood films should compete with each other and that he was not a part of “that dumb race” anymore.
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He has clearly dissed the claim which has been made on the comparison. And taking screenshots of some of these news reports and tweets on Twitter, Vivek wrote, “Hahahaha. I don’t know how did they beat #TheKashmirFiles…with sticks, rods, hockey… or AK47 or stones…. Or with paid PR and influencers? Let Bollywood films compete with each other. Leave us alone. I am not in that dumb race. Thanks. #NotBollywood.”
Talking about the box office reports of Brahmastra, Ranbir Kapoor had earlier said in an interview, “These days, we are reading a lot where people are discussing the budget of the film. People are saying this much is the budget and this much is the recovery. But Brahmastra is unique being where the budget is not just for one film but for the whole trilogy.”
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An earlier critic of the Ayan Mukerji film's box office performance was Kangana Ranaut, who claimed that a film with a budget of 650 crores could not be considered successful after grossing 246 crore.