Ever since the release of 'Brahmastra' trailer, the film has been creating a lot of buzz and everyone is talking about it. The splendid visuals and the sheer magnitude of the film made everyone awestruck and the Hindi film industry has pinned all its hope on 'Bramastra'. They are hoping that it would be their answer to the pan-Indian films coming from the South cinema.
There are a lot of noted artists in this film. While Ranbir Kapoor is the hero of 'Brahmastra part One: Shiva', star actress Alia Bhatt who turned into his wife recently is playing the heroine's role named Isha. Amitabh Bachchan is playing the role of Guru while Nagarjuna will be playing a very important role. Also, Mouni Roy is playing a negative role. The trailer had a lot of visual effects and made it clear that the movie revolves around 'Astras' and the people who possess them, they did not reveal the identity of the artists who are a part of the film in order to create curiosity among the viewers. There are reports arriving that SRK will be seen as lord Shiva in this magnum opus.
In the meanwhile, the hashtag #BoycottBrahmastra is trending heavily on social media. The Hindu organizations are complaining over a particular shot in the trailer. Ranbir Kapoor is seen wearing a shoe whilst entering a temple in the trailer and this is landing the team in trouble. A lot of people are criticising the makers for including such scene and they are trending the above-mentioned hashtag heavily. We need to wait and see how the team responds to it.
Produced by Star Studios, Dharma Productions, Prime Focus and Starlight Pictures, the magnum opus will release theatrically on 9th September 2022. It is Rajamouli who is presenting the film in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam languages. All of these created a lot of buzz on this supernatural fantasy drama produced by Karan Johar. The shooting has been wrapped up already and the post-production works are in full flow. The real-life couple's chemistry onscreen will be one of this film's biggest highlights as per reports.