‘Brahmastra’ Will Change The Face Of Indian Cinema, Curtain Lifted From The Biggest Hindi Film Ever

Director Ayan Mukerji has made only two films in Hindi cinema. But, both of his films are also the identity of Hindi cinema. He has been a filmmaker who mixes tradition with modernity and his next film ‘Brahmastra’ is also a film to take this link forward, only this time the level of the story is supernatural as well as transcendental. The first glimpse of the film ‘Brahmastra’ by Ayaan in the presence of the film’s heroine Alia Bhatt on Monday at a cinema hall in Mumbai among select journalists across the country is awe-inspiring. Ayan has built a bridge of past and present with his imagination on a seed discovered in thousands of years old mythology. Its first story is the first episode of the film ‘Brahmastra’, in which Ranbir will be seen as a part of Shiva and Alia will be seen as Eha. Releasing on September 9 next year, the film will be simultaneously released in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam apart from Hindi. There are plans to release the film in 3D.


The last frame of the first glimpse of the film ‘Brahmastra’ tries to explain the real thread of its story. In this, Ranbir Kapoor is seen in front of a giant statue of Shiva with his body posture right. The right hand holds a trident and the left-hand palm is separated from the statue of Shiva. Ranbir Kapoor is Shiva of this story of the film ‘Brahmastra’. The secret of this story lies in his closed fist. It is that part of the galaxy spread overall time, which has been discovered by the traditions from mythological times.

Along with showing the first glimpse of the film ‘Brahmastra’, Ayan Mukerji also talked about his and his team’s hard work for this film. The first glimpse of the film shows that this film is going to be a new wind of special effects in Hindi cinema. Ayan says that this film is being made not from the year 2011. Ever since he was in front of the Himalayan peaks for the first time. From there a divine story was born in his mind.


Ayan admits that the story of the film ‘Brahmastra’ is fictional, but he also states that his flight of imagination in mythology is similar to the “Harry Potter” series of films or the “Lord of the Rings” series. In this, the dialogues between Shiva and Eha reveal that nature is changing and Shiva is beginning to feel this unique energy coming within him.


When the film ‘Brahmastra’ was first conceived and its producer company Fox Star Studios in India agreed to invest money in it, then Uday Shankar, who was the surveyor of the company, told the cost of the film to be Rs 300 crore. This special glimpse of the film ‘Brahmastra’ is coming in front of the world on Wednesday. To share this with his fans, the film’s actor Ranbir Kapoor is reaching Delhi with his director Ayan Mukerji.

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