The Brahmastra trailer will take you to the never-before-seen ‘Astra’ world
New Delhi: Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s co-starrer ‘Brahmastra’ is here. Written and directed by Ayan Mukherjee, the film is set to release on September 9, 2022. The film will be released in 5 Indian languages in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada with Amitabh Bachchan’s star cast. Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Mauni Roy, Dimple Kapadia and Nagarjuna Akkineni. Visionary viewer SS Rajamouli will present the film in 4 southern languages.
The three-minute trailer shows stunning moments, heavy-duty VFX footage and the sheer scale of the film. The trailer opens with the voice of megastar Amitabh Bachchan describing how the five elements have been storing their power in ‘arrows’ since antiquity.
Siva, written by Ranbir Kapoor who is completely unaware of his relationship with Brahmastra, falls in love with Isha played by Alia Bhatt and their chemistry is definitely going to immerse their fans in delight.
In one scene, Shiva reveals his secret to Alia, who himself cannot be affected by fire. He tells Isha that something is going on in this world and that the ancient powers were playing to get their hands on Brahmastra. Amitabh Bachchan and Nagarjuna are also seen in the trailer. Mauni Roy plays the evil Junoon, the queen of darkness in the play.
Meanwhile, eagle-eyed fans pointed to the dark figure with the long mane in the trailer, which was much talked about Shah Rukh Khan’s cameo. With his face uncovered, he is seen carrying a trident in his right hand and looking sideways. Superstar fans are sure it’s Shahrukh.
According to an Indian Express report, Shah Rukh Khan starred in an extended cameo in the film for two weeks and Ian Mukherjee hopes that fans will be surprised. The report further states that Shah Rukh Khan plays a scientist in the film and plays a good role for 15-20 minutes in Brahmastra. His cameo appearance will be very important to the story and the actor filmed for this project a few months ago.
Speaking on the occasion, director Ian Mukherjee said, “The Astrovers, which marks the beginning of a new cinematic universe, I believe Brahmastra is the kind of film that the nation can be proud of. It touches our roots; celebrates our richness. The film proudly combines Indian and fantasy and some of the most popular names in Pan-India with a dream come true! ”