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Ayan Mukerji’s first instalment of the ‘Brahmastra’ trilogy finally released in the theatres on September 9, 2022. If you haven’t watched it yet, here are five reasons why you must. Spoiler alert!
The 3000+ VFX shots do add a sense of realism to the whole experience of watching ‘Brahmastra’, and partly transport you to a different universe.
It is the Bollywood couple’s first movie together and that too, a love story. Your chance to watch their reel life chemistry after the real-life one in their wedding photos.
It is her solid and impactful screen presence as the antagonist that manages to grab one’s attention. Also, her role will remind desi audiences of her TV show character ‘Naagin’.
From Nagarjuna to Amitabh Bachchan, Dimple Kapadia and Shah Rukh Khan, the film has the who’s who of Indian actors. In fact, it marks Nagarjuna's comeback in Bollywood, after 20 long years.
Shah Rukh Khan’s second cameo in 2022 after ‘Rocketry: The Nambi Effect’, here, he is playing the role of a scientist and the protector of a weapon called ‘Vanarastra’ (animal weapon).
The film has a plethora of meme-worthy shots, scenes, and dialogues, and social media is brimming with several gem-like memes. If you want to understand and be able to relate to this meme game, you will have to watch the movie first.
Ayan has already confirmed that ‘Brahmastra’ is going to be a trilogy. So, if you want to watch the upcoming instalments, you will have to default watch ‘Brahmastra Part One: Shiva’. The part two is on ‘Dev’, and rumours are rife that it has Ranveer Singh and Hrithik Roshan.