Watch: 'Brahmastra' gets epic new promo, introduces 'ancient Indian astras'
Just days before the big release, filmmaker Ayan Mukerji has dropped a brand new pre-release promotional clip of Brahmastra: Part One-Shiva! Until now, not much was known about the film's plot but the promotional video surely changes that fact by giving a more extensive look into each of the film's characters and also the world of the "ancient Indian astras." Read on.
Why does this story matter?
- Brahmastra is the first part of a trilogy that will be set in the Astraverse—India's first cinematic universe!
- The film is one of Mukerji's most ambitious projects to date.
- It is also the first Indian film to be part of Disney's global release slate alongside other films like Thor: Love and Thunder, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, and James Cameron's Avatar: The Way of Water.
Ranbir's Shiva must find 'Brahmastra' or the universe will crumble
The trailer begins with the evil forces being summoned while Mouni Roy can be heard asking for blessings from Brahmadev to find the Brahmastra. Amitabh Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor's guru, warns him that he must find the three artifacts before the evil powers get to them and destroy the universe. We also see glimpses of all the other astras from the Astraverse.
Battle between good, evil promises good dosage of action
Many hurdles stand in between Shiva's (Kapoor) quest to find the artifacts which are seen briefly in the promo video in terms of a power-packed battle between good and evil. Moreover, we are also excited to see how the film weaves in the other astras like Nandi Astra, Vanarastra, Prabhastra, Pawanastra, Gajastra, Nag Dhanush, Jalastra, and Agnyastra in the story.
Watch the clip here
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Details about film's cast, release date, advance bookings
In addition to the aforementioned actors, the film also stars Nagarjuna Akkineni and Shah Rukh Khan who will be making a special appearance. Brahmastra is reportedly made with a budget of Rs. 410cr and is considered to be one of the most expensive Hindi films to be made. The film will release across theaters on September 9. Advance bookings opened on Saturday.