Brahmastra Movie Review: Such a movie has been made for the first time in Bollywood history!

Excellent… Better… Better… I didn’t imagine that anyone in Bollywood would dream of such a dream… He dedicated many important years of his life to make it come true… Ayan Mukerji made it come true It is. The dream he had 11 years ago now it has come true. The first part of his ‘Astravars’ ‘Brahmastra: Part One Shiva’ has been released in theaters across the country. Garnished with great visuals, great visuals, more than one star, this movie doesn’t let your eyes roll for a minute. Made in the language of today’s young generation, this film, despite being based on Hindu mythology, is equally modern with excellent technology. It is also the issuer of Indian culture and rites. Like the country, the costume, but there must be no change in the soul. This movie not only entertains but also presents our glorious history in a unique way.

There are a lot of wow factors in the movie as well. Like the presence of Shahrukh Khan in the role of scientist Mohan Bhargava, a member of Brahmansh, Nagarjuna as Anees and Mouni Roy in the negative role of Junoon. Bringing SRK, who is the target of the Bollywood Boycott Gang, into the film is no less than a risk. But Ayan has taken this risk. He can also be considered successful in casting him, because the way Shahrukh has played his character, hardly anyone else could have played him. He has scenes at the beginning of the movie. As long as he is seen on screen, he will remain dominant. Even at this age, the kind of action scenes he’s done, his eyes remain open. He may have made a cameo appearance in ‘Vanarastra’ title character Mohan Bhargava, but the movie cannot be imagined without his character. Ayan had kept it a surprise and it has proven to be a truly surprise package.

Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s film ‘Brahmastra’ opened on 8,000 screens.

Bollywood has always been accused of portraying Hinduism, society and culture in a negative light in their movies. By the way, it is also true that most of the Hindu Bollywood movies have made fun of the Hindu gods and goddesses, their symbols and patrons. He is presented as a villain. But the movie ‘Brahmastra’ is doing the job of washing away all these Bollywood sins. The way Hinduism, gods and goddesses have been praised in this movie from start to finish. The power of weapons described in Hindu mythology has been told through Sanskrit shlokas. You rarely see something like this in Indian cinema. Along with this, the grievances of those who say that Bollywood cannot produce superhero movies like the Marvel Cinematic Universe will also disappear. Modern technology is not used in Bollywood movies.

The story of the movie ‘Brahmastra’ revolves around the life of Shiva (Ranbir Kapoor), who works as a DJ. Unaware of the powers within him, Shiva is an orphan. He doesn’t even know who his parents are. All he remembers is that his mother was burned in a fire, but she survived. He is living the life of him living among the children in an orphanage. Shiva keeps having strange dreams, in which he keeps seeing all kinds of strange incidents. At the Dussehra festival, Shiva meets Isha (Alia Bhatt). Seeing her, he falls in love with her at first sight. He tells his heart to Isha. Meanwhile, he dreams that a man has been killed by three people together. After this they are going to kill another person who lives in Varanasi. During Dussehra Puja, Shiva sees a news item in the newspaper.

After seeing it, Shiva comes to know that the person who had seen the murder incident in his dream was the great scientist of the country, Mohan Bhargava (Shahrukh Khan). After this, the three assassins go to Varanasi to kill Anees (Nagarjuna). Shiva and Isha go to Varanasi to save Anees’ life. There he meets Junoon (Mouni Roy), who wants to obtain three pieces of Brahmastra from the members of Brahmansha by killing them. Junoon does all of this at the behest of her teacher, Brahmadev. Shiva and Isha somehow manage to rescue Anees and go to the guru of Brahmansh (Amitabh Bachchan). Along the way, Junoon attacks with his companions. Anees starts to fight Shiva by giving him a piece of Brahmastra. During this he dies. Somehow Shiva and Isha reach Guruji. After this he starts the campaign to save Brahmastra.

To know the full story of saving ‘Brahmastra’, one has to go to the cinema and watch the movie. Because the real fun will come in the theater itself. The world of weapons created by Ayan Mukerji through his imagination is amazing. In this, characters like Shiva, Anees, Mohan, Guruji, and Junoon work to give the upper hand. Weapons are symbols of destruction, but in this world of weapons, love has been presented in a very beautiful way. The climax can be violent, but the ending says that there is nothing as pure as love. There is unlimited power in love, which can control even a powerful weapon like Brahmastra. Ayan’s message is clear, love, live with love. Therefore, people who are creating an atmosphere of hate and hate, who are raising the flag of the boycott campaign, should definitely watch this movie once. Perhaps the hard work of the entire team, including Ayan, could change his heart.

Nothing is perfect. So it is sure that there are flaws in this movie as well. The biggest flaw is in the script of the movie. Ayan Mukerji himself has written the story and screenplay for the film. In such a situation, the script is weak. Screenwriter of movies like ‘Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani’ and ‘Two States’, Hussain Dalal has written the dialogues for this movie. But they are not effective. If the script and dialogues were correct, believe me it could have turned out to be one of the best movies in Indian cinema. The film’s music is by Pritam, while the background score is by Simon Franglen. Although his songs are good, but the way the story progresses, the songs hit. There is no connection between the story and the songs. Simon’s punctuation sounds accurate depending on the situation. The cinematography is also cool. Only the engraving should have been strict. In this, Prakash Kurup is unsuccessful.

As for the performance of the stellar cast of the film, they have all done a great job. Many actors have surprised in their characters. In this, you can take the name of South Nagarjuna superstar in the role of Anees and actor Shahrukh Khan in the role of Mohan Bhargava. They both have cameos, but without both the movie seems incomplete. What a great performance by Nagarjuna. He has married into character for just 10 minutes. When his voice resounds in the form of Nandi-Astra, Roma and Roma are thrilled. His character should have had more time. Ranbir Kapoor as Shiva and Alia Bhatt as Isha have also done a good job. His performance cannot be called the best, but he has done justice to the story and the character. The real chemistry of him also shows up well on the reel. Amitabh Bachchan is strong in the role of Guruji. The look that he has been given also looks good. Mouni Roy also surprises in the role of Junoon. This character is also going to be beneficial for her career.

The Brahmastra film will be presented in three episodes. The story of Shiva has been presented in its first part ‘Brahmastra: Part One Shiva’. Now, in the second part, the story of Brahmadev, ie Dev, will be shown. Dev is the father of Shiva, who has guns. So far, the curtain hasn’t been pulled back on the artist playing Dev. It may be that the creators want to keep the curiosity going with his pretense, but after seeing the stature of the character, you can definitely tell whoever he is, he’s a very strong artist. I see a glimpse of Ajay Devgan in him. By the way, if Prabhas is cast in the role of Dev, then it may turn out to be a trump card. Well, in general, the first part of ‘Brahmastra’ is excellent. It’s a must see once in theaters. The interesting twist in which the first part has ended has increased the desire for the next one. Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

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