Brahmastra is the upcoming pan-Indian movie which has been trending in the news, social media and everywhere else over the last few days. The film is going to be released on September 9th worldwide in multiple languages. Ranbir Kapoor is the lead actor of the film. Ayan Mukerji is the director. Brahmastra is currently being targeted by a section of the audience on social media and it is being subjected to the boycott trend in Bollywood. What is really happening in Bollywood? Does this boycott movement effect Brahmastra? Or will Brahmastra surpass this and succeed at the box office? Here’s the story.
Brahmastra is the story related to the existence and protection of the ancient astras in modern India. The story of the film is how Shiva, the protagonist of the film, named after Lord Shiva and played by Ranbir Kapoor, protects the Brahmastra from the dark forces. Going by the plot and the other story elements, Brahmastra looks like a very rooted story. Also, the film enhances Indian culture and delivers it to a wider audience. The promotional glimpses that have been released so far in the name of Beginnings of Brahmastra, Inspirations of Brahmastra and Vision of Brahmastra are clear examples of the content of Brahmastra. So, as per the content and the technical values of the film, Brahmastra is a must-watch one and will surely give the best cinematic experience to the audience.
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But as per the current scenario, the film Brahmastra has a lot of objections to giving its best at the box office. For as long as we can remember, the Bollywood audience has been leading a boycott movement for so long. As a result of this, some of the films with huge budgets, including Shamshera, Ek Villain Returns, Raksha Bandhan and Laal Singh Chaddha, were boycotted and ended up as disasters with huge losses. Now the same may impact Brahmastra too. The reasons for boycotting Brahmastra, as stated by the northern audience, are various. But there are other reasons for the film being watched in theatres. Exploring Indian culture, remembering Indian history, respecting Indian mythology and the list goes on.
Brahmastra is written and directed by Ayan Mukerji. Star Studios, in association with Dharma Pictures, Prime Focus, and Starlight Pictures, produced the film. Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures is releasing the film internationally. SS Rajamouli is presenting the film in South Indian languages. Brahmastra is going to be released on September 9th worldwide in multiple languages.
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