Ranbir Kapoor has given all his heart, sweat and kidneys to Brahmastra!

Author: Yuvi June 14, 2022

Ranbir Kapoor has given all his heart, sweat and kidneys to Brahmastra!

New Delhi: The film crew including Alia Bhatt could not remain silent as the trailer of Ranbir Kapoor starrer Brahmastra is set to release on June 15 tomorrow.

On the official page of the film, Ranbir gave his heart, blood, sweat, lungs and kidneys to the film and urged his fans to watch the trailer and comment on their reactions. He called it the Up Gale Shuru and urged everyone to watch the film on September 9, 2022.

A day before the release of the trailer, Alia shared her excitement and anxiety about the trailer release in a new video on her Instagram story.

In the video, he told his fans that he had seen the trailer 25 to 30 times and that it made a lot of sense for him to give a lot to this film. He also believes that the trailer gets immense love from everyone as it is the deciding factor whether the audience wants to see the film or not.

Earlier today, the film’s director Ian Mukherjee unveiled Mauni Roy’s first motion poster as a “surprise package” in the film. He also described his character as ‘Junoon’, which is undoubtedly very harsh and promising.

The trailer for the film is set to be released on Wednesday, June 15th. Though Brahmastra is said to be a fantasy film with supernatural features, the story of the film is obscured.

The multi-starrer film stars Amitabh Bachchan, Mauni Roy and Nagarjuna Akkineni in the lead roles.

In various interviews, Ion said the film has been in development for about nine years. Production of the film began about five years ago. ‘Brahmastra Part One: Shiva’ is the first installment of the proposed three part series.

‘Brahmastra’ directed by Ian will be released on September 9, 2022 in multiple languages.

14 June, 2022, 4:59 pm

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