Brahmastra motion poster: Ranbir Kapoor stuns as new-age Shiva, release date out
Brahmastra stir bill Ranbir Kapoor stuns as new- age Shiva, release date out
Brahmastra’s stir bill was released on Wednesday. Featuring Ranbir Kapoor as the new- age Shiva, the’ ultramodern-mytho’ drama also stars Alia Bhatt, Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna and Mouni Roy.
Suckers were in for a treat on Wednesday as Brahmastra ‘s first stir bill was revealed at a special event in Delhi. Ranbir Kapoor, exhibiting a beefed-up icon, looks stunning in the image, holding a VFX- enhanced trishul with Lord Shiva in the background. The important image with the caption‘Part One-Shiva’ also gives out the release date of the first part of the trio — September 9, 2022.
The stir bill opens with Ranbir’s voice claiming that there’s commodity passing on the earth that’s unknown to humanity. Alia Bhatt also questions him about this and wonders how he’s the only person who has tasted this. We also get to see casts of his mystical powers and how Shiva, Ranbir Kapoor’s character, is born for the lesser good. The videotape ends with Ranbir standing atop a hill as he holds a trishul, completing the magnific Shiva image in the background.
The film, which has been in the making for four times now, will see Ranbir as Shiva, who has been born with some special powers. The‘ ultramodern-mytho’ drama also stars Alia Bhatt in the supereminent part while Amitabh Bachchan will play Ranbir’s practitioner. TV star Mouni Roy will essay the antagonist while south star Nagarjuna will also be seen in a vital part.
Backed by Dharma Productions, Brahmastra is said to have a mammoth budget. It’s been said that Ayan conceptualised the film back in 2011 when he was in the Himalayas working on Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani. Having a keen interest in tradition and growing up on flicks like Star Wars, Harry Potter, Punishers, Lord of the Rings, and books on fantasy fabrication, the filmmaker wanted to produce a new kidney in Bollywood. For the Wake Up Sid director, Brahmastra isn’t just a film but a‘cinematic vision’ nurtured from his love and times of hard work.
Alia Bhatt, meanwhile, called Brahmastra an important design not just for her but also for Indian cinema. She believes it’s‘ just the morning’of an extremely emotional trip of participating the film with the followership. While the actor has always been critical of her work, Alia has sheer confidence in the film as she believes in the greatness of her director’s vision.
Patron Karan Johar too penned his studies about the release of Brahmastra in a social media post. Stating how proud he’s of director Ayan Mukerji and his cinematic trip, Karan wrote, “ Brahmastra is so much further than a stir picture for all of us …. It’s the largest bid I’ve seen a filmmaker take on … the longest hours I’ve seen a platoon work … the most laborious sweats put in by the cast And the crew …. It’s been a 7 time trip for Ayan from generality to visualisation and I’ve yet to witness a more passionate man than him … I go back to his innocent history of#wakeupsid and I remember feeling so defensive about him … I noway imagined that he just like his debut film would so cinematically come of age.”
Continuing to mound praises on him, KJo further wrote, “ That he (Ayan) would visualise a macrocosm that isn’t only a pop culture puck land but also an unconceivable bone …. moment we stand at the point of its consummation …. so numerous collaborative gasps that need to let go and blend with the macrocosm of an followership! That followership whose love and blessings we seek with all our might! Hereafter we advertise the release date of this enormous labour of love and passion! Oh captain my captain Ayan the stage is all yours! Conquer the world but continue to have the excitement of a sprat in a delicacy store!”