Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s 400 crore film Brahmastra has been released Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s much awaited film Brahmastra has released. The film is directed by Ayan Mukherjee. It took him ten years to make this film. Ian’s efforts have been useful? Be sure to read this review before watching Brahmastra.
Mukherjee announced in 2014 that he was forming his own Shahkar. There are many good projects associated with Ayan Mukherjee. Apart from Swadesh, he directed Wake Up Seed. In such a situation, whenever you are treated to such high-end movies, you keep waiting for more. As the wait continues, the body heats up like a fever. Then you sit in a cushioned chair in that big, dark hall for three hours and burn it all off. So did Brahmastra.
What is the story?
Shiva is a boy. He doesn’t know he’s a hero, but he is. He suspects himself because of some incidents that happened between Dussehra and Diwali. He seems to be suffering from something. The brother has some powers that are revealed to make him a warrior in the story. What will be the goal of the war? There will be a battle between Brahmastra and a powerful negative character whose ‘servants’ roam the world. The Brahmastra has three parts, and the ‘sevakas’ are to be joined together. The first installment of the Brahmastra tells the story of keeping and protecting the Brahmastra.
Who are they?
The first chapter of Brahmastra focuses on Shiva. Ranbir Kapoor played the role of Shiva. Alia Bhatt played the role of Isha. Amitabh Bachchan is playing the role of Guru Raghu. Shah Rukh Khan and Nagarjuna played small but important roles. Apart from Shahrukh’s name and work, he has a deep connection with the country. The film also stars Mouni Roy and Saurabh Gurjar. Throughout the film, you will not be seen taking sides with any of these antagonists. Besides, Dimple Kapadia is also seen in three places.
Things are not right. In the first ten minutes, the story of the film turned into a crooked stick rocket that hit the ceiling, even God couldn’t tell. (What happens in the first ten minutes is not known because that would be considered a spoiler.)
Imagine you are sitting on a plate of curry and rice with beautifully soft pakoras and desi ghee. As you try to control it, someone comes again and again, moving the plate in front of you and holding the cold coffee. Must drink cold coffee before eating curry-rice. The real superhero of Brahmastra is the curry-rice whose bowl repeatedly pulls you to drink cold-coffee like a Shiva-Isha romance.
You expect a fast-paced superhero story at the beginning of the film. Then comes the love story and dance. In such a dance Bhutanese people danced behind the hero. Despite Coldplay, Ed Sheeran etc, the decor, crowd, music and atmosphere of Dussehra pandals will leave them behind. This is the problem throughout the movie.
Toll booths appear every 10 kilometers in the story and there is no option but to pay. As a result, you suffer from cringe-worthy dialogues, awkward conversations, unnecessary situations and lyrics. There is no doubt that only 30 to 35 percent of the core work of the film has been completed.
Don’t worry about anything else, don’t mind anything. Ultimately, the film reveals that love is the greatest force in the world. To reach there, one has to go through inhuman torture. Shiv and Isha’s love story is not simple, but thrust upon us and this is why Ayan Mukerji should make the maximum number of cuts.
Hussain Dalal has written the film’s dialogues. Very sad to say that the dialogues are incomparable. Be it Shiva’s ‘Light is such light that…’ or Isha’s ‘Who are you?’
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You will find that on many occasions your hands automatically beat your head without any extra effort. After all, the way Ranveer and Alia meet, their friendship is growing, not digestible. Secondly, with that situation comes the ‘you’re rich, I’m poor’ and ‘confidence?’
and ‘Would you be better off without me?’ The type dialog doesn’t go away at all. It’s like a player playing football with a stand. At many places the dialogue between ‘villain’ and ‘hero’ seems very childish.
As mentioned, the songs in the film slowed down the plot. Some filmmakers are now escaping this disease where the hero-heroines are forced to dance to the song. The story moves forward by making music a ladder. But banners like Dharma but Dharma and Yasraj still use the ancient method.