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Each of the $23$ boxes in the picture below represents a product manufactured by one of the following three companies: Alfa, Bravo and Charlie. The area of a box is proportional to the revenue from the corresponding product, while its centre represents the Product popularity and Market potential scores of the product (out of $20$). The shadings of some of the boxes have got erased.

The companies classified their products into four categories based on a combination of scores (out of $20$) on the two parameters-Product popularity and Market potential as given below:

$\begin{array}{|cl|cI|cI|cI|} \hline
&\text{} & \text{Promising} & \text{Blockbuster} & \text{Doubtful} & \text{No-hope} \\ \hline
& \text{Product popularity score} & \text{>10} & \text{>10} & \text{$\leq$10} & \text{$\leq$10} \\ \hline
& \text{Market potential score} & \text{>10} & \text{$\leq$10} & \text{>10} & \text{$\leq$10} \\ \hline
\end{array}$

The following facts are known:

  1. Alfa and Bravo had the same number of products in the Blockbuster category.
  2. Charlie had more products than Bravo but fewer products than Alfa in the No-hope category.
  3. Each company had an equal number of products in the Promising category.
  4. Charlie did not have any product in the Doubtful category, while Alfa had one product more than Bravo in this category.
  5. Bravo had a higher revenue than Alfa from products in the Doubtful category.
  6. Charlie had a higher revenue than Bravo from products in the Blockbuster category.
  7. Bravo and Charlie had the same revenue from products in the No-hope category.
  8. Alfa and Charlie had the same total revenue considering all products.

If the smallest box on the grid is equivalent to revenue of Rs.$1$ crore, then what approximately was the total revenue of Bravo in Rs. crore?

  1. $40$
  2. $24$
  3. $30$
  4. $34$
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