Ayan Mukerji’s Instagram posts are bombarded with feedback pleading him to launch Brahmastra. The movie additionally stars Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor.
Ayan Mukherji has launched one other bunch of behind-the-scenes photos from the units of Brahmastra. The long-delayed film stars Alia Bhatt, Ranbir Kapoor, Amitabh Bachchan and others.
The first image reveals Ayan with Alia and Ranbir in entrance of him. All of them are sitting on a patch of synthetic grass. Next to Ranbir is what seems to be a serving of omelette. The second image reveals Ayan with Amitabh Bachchan. The veteran actor is seen in brown leather-based jacket with bruises and wounds on his face. The third picture is with Nagarjuna Akkineni and the fourth is a silhouette of Ayan and Mouni Roy. Sharing the photographs, Ayan wrote, “Flashes of Time (2)! #steppingoutofacocoon #thetimefeelsright #brahmastra.”
Fans bombarded the feedback with pleas to launch the film quickly. While some pleaded with him, others issued colder threats. “Bhai kab release karoge? Next panchvarshiya yojna me (Brother, when will you release it? In the next five-year plan)?” Another wrote, “If possible, also release the damn film instead of keeping your audience waiting for over 7 years with the same nonsense and posting pictures once in a while to pacify them. Release nahi kar sakte toh bata do (let us know if you cannot release it).” “Enough of these BTS pics. We want a release date with a poster,” commented one other.
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Brahmastra is a three-part epic fantasy movie collection starring Ranbir in the lead. The movie has been in manufacturing since 2018 and delayed a number of occasions, first attributable to extra post-production work after which because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Uday Shankar (chairman, Star and Disney India) revealed on the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit 2020 that the movie was made on a price range even larger than ₹300 crore.
“Any movie like that, the experience that it seeks to create, needs to straddle across everything. It cannot be denied that most intense experience that only a theatre can generate,” he stated.