Brahmastra: Part One—Shiva, Ayan Mukerji’s most ambitious film and a risk for Bollywood, finally hit theatres on Friday after what seemed like an eternity.
It is being praised for its vast size and incredible VFX despite mixed reviews.
Since the cliffhanger ending provided us a glimpse of Dev, the protagonist of part two, fans are enthusiastic about the potential of the follow-up.
How should we interpret it?
Does the story really matter?
Brahmastra was always intended to be a complete trilogy, and Mukerji hopes to give the Indian film industry its first fictional universe—Astraverse.
Normally, the success of the first movie determines how successful the sequel will be, but Mukerji has already created a vast legendary universe.
Expectations for the follow-up will be even higher given how well-received Brahmastra: Part One—Shiva has been at the box office.
Who is Dev and Amrita?and Why they are important?
Dev, the father of Shiva (Kapoor), as stated in the opening section, desires to obtain the Brahmastra in order to become a fearsome and unbeatable warrior. Shiva’s mother Amrita was his true love.
Shiva has lived the majority of his life utterly unaware of his real parents.
His guru (Amitabh Bachchan) tells him the truth about his parents in the second part.
Is Ranveer the Dev?
The moment the first-ever photograph of Dev surfaced, the internet was split in two.
Some people mistook the character’s outline for Shah Rukh Khan, whereas others recognised Ranveer Singh as the actor.
The name of Hrithik Roshan also came up, although most recently, it was claimed that he had declined the offer.
Since SRK having made an appearance in part one, Singh’s casting as Dev is all but guaranteed.
Deepika Padukone to be Amrita?
In the Astraverse, Deepika Padukone has long been rumoured to play a significant role, and keen-eyed viewers even caught a glimpse of her in the teaser.
Despite the fact that she isn’t shown in the movie very clearly, several fans found her in a flashback scene and even posted pictures on Twitter.
Look for her on your own instead of letting us ruin the enjoyment!
Here is everything you should know about “Brahmastra”
Brahmastra reportedly cost Rs. 410 crore to produce and took many years to complete.
It is doing well at the international box office; the expected worldwide opening day take is Rs. 68 crore.
The epic fantasy drama also features Mouni Roy and Nagarjuna in addition to the aforementioned performers.
Check out what we think of Brahmastra in the interim.
The sequel might put Amrita and Dev against one another.
Flashbacks in the second half of the movie gave us small glimpses into Amrita and Dev’s story, and we discovered that Amrita might have perished in a huge fire when Shiva was a young child.
She actually did? Does Amrita also appear to be trapped in limbo as Dev is depicted as being so?
These enigmas will be solved in the second section throughout the ensuing years.