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BRAHMĀSTRA Part One: Shiva

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9 hours ago, Ankit_sharma03 said:

VFX looks top notch but it wont be able to cover its humengeous cost unless its a film that ppl can go 5-5 times to watch. 

Is this a hunch or is there some serious calculation behind this claim?

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On 6/16/2022 at 9:14 PM, coffee_rules said:


Urduwood crept in-

Brahmastra ki kismat ka Sikandar hain!! Really, there are no other words?

some kind of quasi-mythological concoction with some bad forces vs good forces fiction. Seems like an expensive Drona!!

So what?

 

You want Ranbir Kapoor to mouth those dialogues in Ardhamagadhi?

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23 minutes ago, Mariyam said:

Is this a hunch or is there some serious calculation behind this claim?

its budget is around 500-600 cr............no way it can cover that . Its very logical 

even with Prithviraj n dhakkad i was sure coz their budgets were 300 n 100, no way Akshay n kangana had capability of that sought of recovery. 500-600 is beyond even Salman who is the biggest puller . 

That sought of numbers happen when ppl love films so much that they go 5-6 times. Even if by slightest chance it does, which is almost impossible a huge portion goes in tax so to be in profit that film actually needs to be around 1000cr . U can put together all rights numbers n theatrical yet to crack that number is next to impossible. South audience is loyal, hindi audience isnt. Their big budget flop films also end up covering the money coz their theatricals are so strong

For eg a flop like Acharaya of chiranjeevi still earned 50% back in theatres, compare that to Prithviraj that earned just 20% and dhakkad just 4% back in theatrical collection. From 50% u can cover most from satellite, digital n contract renewal but not possible from 10-20%

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2 hours ago, Lord said:

am I only one who thinks VFX looks cheap. The fire doesnt seem natural etc.

 

those are cosmic flames

 

Cosmic fire flames are added as fantasy elements to represent supernatural and godly (Lord shiva) cosmic energy. Here, The pink ray of fire represents the cosmic love and peace.

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10 hours ago, coffee_rules said:

At least to the level of Sanskritized Hindi in Mahabharat (Dr. Rahi Mazoom Reza) , if not Chanakya level of Dr. Chandraprakash Dwivedi. 
 

 

Mahabharat was released in the late 80s. More than 3 decades ago. Languages evolve. People tend to speak a hodgepodge of Hindi, Urdu and English now.

 

Readership of mainstream Hindi (and Urdu) newspapers in Mumbai is at an all time low.

Given that the demographic that is going to view the movie is youngsters, wouldn't you want it to be a language that they easily understand?

 

 

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On 6/17/2022 at 12:14 PM, Gollum said:

Brave venture, huge budget, could break a few careers. Hope it is a good movie, respect to Ayan's dedication, almost 10 years in the making this project. 

The grapevine is that Ayaan discussed this idea with Ranbir when they were filming Wake up Sid in 2007/2008.

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1 hour ago, coffee_rules said:

Another Hinduphobic movie. By Aditya Chopra this time. Seems like another KGF Bad man Daroga with Shiva’s teen vibhuti emblem. Good man - Karam se dakait

Dharam se azaad!!

 

 

Almost every YRF movie poster is yellowish or dusty:phehe: biggest banner in India but still lacking creativity.  New SRK movie poster by YRF has same color theme 

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