While all eyes are on the sequel, 'Brahmastra: Part Two- Dev' and the related updates, it is touted that the makers will introduce more characters wielding several other powers and astras (weapons).
Director Ayan Mukerji and Ranbir have come up with a clarification about the same.
Fans are still in awe of the visual spectacles in the flick, which was never before been attempted in any Indian movie. Of course, the VFX played a major part in drawing the audience to the theatres.
Well, it is not just the media or the audience who are concerned about the negative reviews. The makers are well aware of the mixed responses as well as concerned about the negative reviews.
The director said the sequel will switch between the past and the present and showcase how Dev impacts the universe. Along with Dev's story, the sequel will unfold about the problems faced by the community and the world because of Brahmastra. Moreover, Ayan also revealed that he has set a target to release the sequel in 2025.
It seems the outrageous boycott calls and controversies surrounding the makers and actors of Brahmastra faded away which helped the film to emerge as a new trendsetter.
Sharing the good news with his fans, filmmaker-host Karan Johar wrote, “The light shines bright… Eternally grateful to the audience for their Big Love..”
The Rs 415 crore budget movie may enter the Rs 100 crore club by the end of this week.
While the boycott calls for Brahmastra has been trending on social media, Ranbir and Alia were restricted from entering Ujjain Mahakaleshwar Temple. Ranbir quoting Lord Jagannath on a wrong notion, and his remarks on beef also didn't go well with many and sparked resentment among movie lovers.
Tension erupted in Ujjain after members of Bajrang Dal staged protest against actors Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt during their visit to Mahakaleshwar Temple on Tuesday. The protestors alleged that Ranbir’s past comments about enjoying beef eating has hurt the sentiments of the Hindus.
Amid the protest, Brahmastra director Ayan Mukherjee took darshan of the deity, temple priest said.
Brahmāstra is touted as the first Indian movie which has brought several other major celebrities from across India. While Chiranjeevi has dubbed the narrative part of the Telugu version, Rajamouli and Jr NTR have been a part of the promotions with the Brahmastra team. Such a strategy might turn out to be favourable for Brahmāstra team.
Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt, who is awaiting the release of Ayan Mukherjee's epic film 'Brahmastra', recently shared a few pictures on her social media where she can be seen flaunting her baby bump.
Repeating the history, Alia gave a hilarious reply when she was asked the same question during a recently conducted interview by Mid Day. Alia was asked the same question in a rapid-fire round and she blurted out saying ‘Madam President is the President of India'.
Google has also recognised the stature of RRR on the global platform and added a running horse and a bike to its search button which will come up when searched with the keyword 'RRR.'