Ayan Mukerji’s upcoming project Brahmastra starring Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt and Amitabh Bachchan has been in the news ever since it went on floors a few months ago. Fans are eagerly waiting for this film as it has real-life couple Ranbir and Alia and they are sharing the screen space for the first time. The fantasy adventure series also marks Ayan’s third collaboration with his favourite actor, Ranbir Kapoor. Recently, a few pictures of Ranbir and Alia from the sets of Brahmastra make way to social media. The pictures shared by fan clubs show Ranbir is busy on his phone whereas Alia looks upset sitting behind and noticing what he is checking out. Also Read - Trending Bollywood News Today, March 29: Are Ranbir Kapoor And Alia Bhatt Living Together Amid Coronavirus Lockdown?
The film was earlier titled ‘Dragon’ and was rumoured to be a remake of Hollywood’s hit superhero movie Deadpool. However, the film’s title was later changed to Brahmastra, a Sanskrit term for a weapon created by Lord Brahma. Also Read - Shah Rukh Khan And Alia Bhatt in War Director Siddharth Anand's Big Action Film - Read Details
Take a look at the pictures from the sets of Brahmastra:
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Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt on the sets of #Brahmastra. #ranbirkapoor #aliabhatt #Brahmāstra Also Read - RRR Motion Poster Out: Jr NTR, Ram Charan Starrer Represents 'Water And Fire', Film to Release on January 8
In September, Alia and Ranbir were spotted rehearsing for the next schedule of the fantasy drama after wrapping the Bulgaria schedule of the film.
The film was earlier scheduled for August 15, 2019, and now has been pushed to December 2019. Karan Johar recently announced on Twitter,“PART 1!!!! #BRAHMASTRA #CHRISTMAS2019 @DharmaMovies written and directed by AYAN MUKERJI”. The film will be clashing with Salman Khan’s Kick 2.
Earlier, while talking about the movie, Alia told IANS, “We all are very excited for the film…I think Brahmastra is a step ahead. It will take cinema to another level so, I am very excited for the next year.”