PVR CEO slams Vivek Agnihotri for spreading ‘fake’ reports on Brahmastra causing Rs 800 cr loss to PVR and INOX

The film ‘Brahmastra’ starring Bollywood stars Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt has been released. The film has done good business on the first day of its release. However, even before its release, people are demanding its boycott on social media. After this, a report claimed that theater chain PVR has suffered a loss of several hundred crores from this film. Now Kamal Gianchandani, CEO of PVR has refuted these reports.

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Celebrities like Kangana Ranaut and Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri even took to their social media handles to share the reports on Brahmastra causing Rs 800 cr loss to PVR and Inox. Vivek Agnihotri even took a jibe at ‘Brahmastra’ and said, “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.”

In this case, on Saturday, PVR Cinemas CEO Kamal Gianchandani reacted to ‘false and negative’ info about the film, setting the record straight. Kamal has slammed all the media reports which state that PVR has suffered huge losses due to ‘Brahmastra’.

On Saturday, taking to Twitter, Kamal Gianchandani addressed such reports but without explicitly mentioning them. He wrote, “It amazes me, the false and negative info about @BrahmastraFilm on the internet and in the media. Is it a lack of understanding or is it intentionally designed to cast doubts?” He added that PVR had done a bet box office business of ₹8.18 crore for Brahmastra on Friday, higher than many other recent blockbusters.

Along with this, Kamal Gianchandani has also shared the collection data of the first day PVR cinemas of the hit films ‘KGF 2’, ‘RRR’, ‘Gangubai Kathiawadi’, ‘Sooryavanshi’ and ‘Bhool Bhulaiya 2’ in the recent past. . He said that ‘Brahmastra’ is doing well from day one and it seems that people are liking it. He said that he thinks PVR is going to benefit a lot over the weekend. Meanwhile, let us tell you that Brahmastra has earned a whopping Rs 76 crore worldwide at the box office on its opening day.

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