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Bollywood: Trailer of action-packed film ‘Brahmastra’ released today, a film based on mythology

The audience has been waiting for a long time for this film based on the god of weapons i.e. ‘Brahmastra’.

Finally, the trailer of Ranbir Kapoor and his wife and actress Alia Bhatt’s much awaited film ‘Brahmastra’ has been released today. Fans were also eagerly waiting for the trailer of his film. Finally this wait is over now. This film is also very special for these two because Ranbir and Alia came together from this film. This film is Ranbir and Alia’s first film that they are doing together. Directed by Ayan Mukerji, the film is based on the ‘Brahmastra’ mythology. The talk of weapons in the film depicts the story of history. The story of this revolves around finding Mahabali and the all-powerful weapon in the weapons. The film is a strong mix of love, romance, thriller as well as suspense.

Let us tell you that this film is based on the god of weapons i.e. ‘Brahmastra’. With this, an attempt has been made to make the viewers watching the film realize the powers of ‘Brahmastra’. In this film, Ranbir Kapoor is playing the role of a young man named Shiva who is ignorant of the powers of ‘Brahmastra’. The trailer shows the tremendous chemistry of Ranbir and Alia, who recently tied the knot. Apart from these two, Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan and South Superstar Nagarjuna are also seen in the lead roles in the film. Both are shown in a tremendous way in the trailer. Along with this, Mouni Roy is also playing an important role in the film. However, fans will have to wait a little longer for this film.

Significantly, one of the most awaited films of the Bollywood industry, Brahmastra is waiting for the audience for a long time. The trailer of the shooting of this film which started in the year 2017 has now been released. After a long wait of almost 5 years, the film is now ready to release in theatres. The film is scheduled to release on 9 September this year.

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Sahil Kothari

Sahil Kothari is a Senior Journalist at youthistaan.com Follow him on twitter @sahilkothari21
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