Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, and Amitabh Bachchan-starrer Brahmastra have been grabbing headlines ever since Ayan Mukerji, who will be helming the sci-fi superhero fantasy film, announced it. Earlier the film was supposed to release in December 2019 but the makers pushed it ahead. Fans who were eagerly waiting for this superhero fantasy film were sorely disappointed by it. Their only solace is in the news which surfaces various journals and dailies every other day. And now, as per new reports, the plot of Brahmastra is out and it is inspired by Marvel Cinematic Universe's Avengers.
A source close to the development informed a daily, saying, "It’s an ancient weapon that has been broken and stored in the land of gods at multiple places in India. The first part of the trilogy revolves around Shiva’s discovery of fire within him and how that eventually leads him towards the weapon named Brahmastra." Joining them would be South superstar, Nagarjuna Akkineni, who plays a key role in the film.
Now, we all know that TV's Naagin Mouni Roy and Bheem Saurav Gurjar would be seen as the lead antagonists in Brahmastra. As per the report, the two villains would be on a hunt for the most powerful weapon as well. The source further informed the daily, saying, "It’s basically an adventurous fight between the good and evil to become the most powerful person in the world, with a lot of reference to the Indian mythological tales. The film is high on visual effects and scale, and people will get to know Ayan Mukerji’s vision once the teaser is unveiled next year,” the source added. In the report, it is being said that the principal characters of the film meet in Varanasi. "It is the place where action kicks off. The premise is like The Avengers franchise wherein the good and evil are on the hunt to collect something powerful, with the good going ahead with the intent to protect the world from destruction by evil. While in The Avengers it was the infinity stones, here it is Brahmastra."
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Meanwhile, Shah Rukh Khan who has a cameo in the film shot for seven days in Filmcity. Brahmastra rides heavily on VFX and hence the makers are leaving no stone unturned to make it a visual spectacle for the audience. For more scoops and updates, stay tuned to BollywoodLife.
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