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Brahmastra turns out to be a disaster for PVR and Inox investors?

According to a report Brahmastra's reviews have caused a slump in the shares of theater chains PVR and Inox.

by IP Staff

Brahmastra has reportedly taken down investors of PVR and Inox with itself as the largest theater chains PVR and Inox have cumulatively lost over ₹800 crore in market capitalization on Friday.

Vivek Agnihotri took to his Twitter account to react to the report. “Problem is everything runs on fakeness in Bollywood. And nobody is answerable. No industry can survive which invests 0% in R&D and wastes 70-80% money on stars.”

The much-awaited film Brahmastra, starring Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt was released amid boycott bollywood call.

A twitter user said “My friend who watched #Brahmastra ignoring all my warnings said, “It is an assualt on all senses. BGM is too loud & everything is so bloody red in d movie that your eyes start hurting after a point. It is a pointless film that has nothing to do with Hinduism.” #BrahmastraReview,”

The movie has opened to tepid reviews despite healthy advance bookings. Movie reviewer and analyst Taran Adarsh gave the Ranbir-Alia starrer a two-star rating, saying that the movie is a king-sized disappointment.

Bollywood star Kangana Ranaut said that director Ayan Mukerji has “burnt 600 crores to ashes”.

Kangana took to her Instagram story and first slammed Karan Johar. The actor wrote, “People like Karan Johar should be questioned for their conduct. He is more interested in everyone’s sex life than in his films scripts. He self admittedly buys reviews, stars, and fake collection numbers and tickets. This time around he tried to ride Hinduism and south wave.”

She also wrote, “Everyone who called Ayan Mukerji a genius should be jailed immediately… He took 12 years to make this film, he replaced 14 DOP’s he shot for more than 400 days for this film and changed 85 ADs and burnt 600 crores to ashes. Also tried to exploit religious sentiments by changing the film name from Jalaluddin Rumi to Shiva last minute, because of Bahubali success…. Such opportunists, such creativity deprived people, success starved greedy people if called geniuses then it’s not manipulation but a well thought of strategy to call din ko raat and raat ko din…”

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