Brahmastra first review: Not Ranveer, these stars can save the film’s sinking ship

The film is made on a big budget, so the makers are also hoping that it will do well at the box office. The film makes extensive use of VFX, for which the makers have enlisted the help of an Oscar-winning company.

A scene from the movie ‘Brahmastra’

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The first part of Ayan Mukherjee’s Brahmastra is going to release tomorrow i.e. September 9. Fans of Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt are very excited about the film. Apart from Alia and Ranveer, the film also stars actors like Amitabh Bachchan, Mouni Roy and Nagarjuna in important roles. Fans are eagerly waiting for the film to release in theatres. But if you want to know about the film before its release, you can read its first review here, so that you can easily decide whether to watch the film or not.

Know the first review of Brahmastra in brief here

The first review of Brahmastra is out. Film critic Umair Sandhu shared information about the movie Brahmastra on his Instagram account. According to Umair Sandhu, Ranbir Kapoor looks very confused in the film. They don’t even know what’s going on. Umair told Alia Bhatt about the film life. Umair says that Alia Bhatt looks stunning in the movie.

At the same time if we talk about Mouni Roy, he said that the actress is very scary. Umair believes that Mouni Roy’s performance in the film is quite strong. Umair also had his say about Amitabh Bachchan. Umair says that Amitabh Bachchan is a gray figure. The only regret is that they got less footage.

Umair has given two and a half stars in this film produced by Karan Johar. Not only that, Umair even said in one of his tweets that thanks to Dharma Productions for fooling us after Ligar.

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Let us tell you that the film Brahmastra is divided into two parts. The first part of the film is releasing tomorrow and no information about the second part has been released yet. The film is made on a big budget, so the makers are also hoping that it will do well at the box office. The film makes extensive use of VFX, for which the makers have enlisted the help of an Oscar-winning company. Now it remains to be seen whether the film will leave an impression on the audience when it hits the theaters tomorrow. The most important thing is whether this film succeeds in saving Bollywood’s drowning Naya at the box office or not.

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