Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s first onscreen collaboration ‘Brahmastra’ has been dubbed as a ‘hit’ as it minted over Rs. 300 crores at the worldwide box office collections. The film despite opening to mixed reactions managed to achieve this feat.
However, some are questioning Brahmastra’s ‘hit’ status as the film has been made with a staggering budget of over Rs 400 crores, which is more than what it has earned so far.
The ‘Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi’ actress even offered to personally interview him to understand why the filmmaker is only declaring the gross collection of Brahmastra and not the net. She questioned, “how can a film can be called a hit when it costs Rs 650 crores?”
Now, Ranbir Kapoor has broken his silence over the figures related to Brahmastra’s economics.
Speaking about the reported budget of the Ayan Mukerji directorial, Ranbir claimed that it is ‘wrong’ and went on to defend the film’s hit status. He said that the budget is not only for one film but the whole ‘Brahmastra’ trilogy.