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Brahmastra Motion Poster: Finally, a look into Ranbir Kapoor as new-age Shiva

So far, the logo was released and known but finally with this motion poster, we finally have a look at Ranbir Kapoor's character of Shiva and also hear the voice of Alia Bhatt's character Isha.

Published: Wednesday,Dec 15, 2021 13:45 PM GMT-07:00
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Brahmastra

It is true that the pandemic has led to more and more films getting delayed one after the other. Be it shooting schedules or just release postponements, it has veen a constant indeed and continues to be the same right now.

However, if there is one film that was facing constant delays even before COVID-19 struck, it has to be the supremely ambitious venture, Brahmastra.

The film has technically been in the works for almost 4 years and faces multiple delays due to multiple reasons. But finally, we know that the film is set to release on 9th September 2022.

However, today was a special day as the motion poster of Brahmastra - Part One: Shiva was released. So far, the logo was released and known but finally with this motion poster, we finally have a look at Ranbir Kapoor's character of Shiva and also hear the voice of Alia Bhatt's character Isha-


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We know the film is planned and executed on a large scale but the motion poster was just the right reminder of the same as special effects were in abundance as Kapoor stood tall with a trishul as Shiva.


Ranbir Kapoor Ayan Mukerji Alia Bhatt Brahmastra 


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BaAZiGar0
BaAZiGar0 5 months ago after hearing about this movie for the last 5 years, i expected more tbh. i just hope ayan doesnt go bankrupt if this movie doesnt do well.
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Scott.Lowe
Scott.Lowe 5 months ago Behind child marriage is India's strong religious culture and hierarchical caste system, which is like a huge dark cloud covering the sky, becoming a shadow that many Indian children cannot get rid of. The Indian government promulgated the "Prohibition of Child Marriage Bill" in 1929, and further revised the bill in 1978 to increase the marriage age of men and women to 21 and 18 years old respectively. But in the face of deep-rooted traditions, the law has become a dead letter.
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chinnu_kaku
chinnu_kaku 5 months ago great insult to lord shiva
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priya185
priya185 5 months ago let's see the trailer before passing a review but this film seems jinxed as it keeps getting delayed
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