Brahmastra: Part One- Shiva starring Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt released at the cinemas on September 9. Let’s find out about Janta’s review!
Brahmastra: Part One- Shiva is a fantasy-adventure film that is director Ayan Mukerji‘s magnum opus. The film is divided into three parts, and the story is something we’ve never seen in Indian cinema before. The first part revolves around Shiva (Ranbir Kapoor), who has a special connection with the fire and has the power to awaken the Brahmastra, which he is totally unaware of. He is an orphan who works as a DJ and tries to find the light in every little situation of his life. During one of his gigs at a Durga pooja pandal, he meets Isha (Alia Bhatt), and it’s love at first sight for him. After a meet-cute, the two embark on this crazy journey of finding the artist (Nagarjuna), who is the Nandiastra, and the Guru (Amitabh Bachchan) both of whom are protecting parts of the Brahmastra. But Junoon (Mouni Roy) is a dark force trying to steal all of those parts and put them together for the larger purpose that she’s serving. Shiva comes to know all of this in visions that he gets from time to time. Beginning with seeing the scientist Mohan (Shahrukh Khan), who is Vanarastra and also one of the possessors of the Brahmastra.
It’s up to Shiva and the people of Brahmansh- a secret school for training and protecting the Astras for the greater good to fight against Junoon and stop her from using the Brahmastra, which will also result at the end of the world. What is Shiva’s backstory, and how is he related to this complicated world of Astras, is something that we slowly see unfolding in the movie. The film is produced by Dharma Productions, Starlight Pictures, Prime Focus, and Star Studios. Being one of the most expensive films in Indian cinema, the film has amazing VFX and an intrigue that definitely keeps you entertained till the end.
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The film definitely succeeded in bringing the audience to the cinemas with back-to-back houseful shows, but the Janta seems divided in two sides about their opinions on the film!
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