Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt starrer Brahmastra is set to release in theaters across the world on 9 September. Reviews of Ayan Mukerji’s directorial debut are out and it seems that the film serves as an original blend of influences from the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Bollywood. Also Read – Brahmastra: Exciting facts to know before heading to theaters to watch Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt’s new film

According to Variety, the story of Brahmastra is not a typical boy meets a girl and falls in love like a typical Bollywood movie. It mixes Bollywood elements with mystical powers from mythology and creates its own universe called the Astraverse. Astras are composed of the basic elements of earth, air, fire, water and air, along with the strength and abilities of certain animals. Also Read – Brahmastra Box Office Collection: Advance bookings for Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt’s film set to beat Baahubali 2 and KGF 2 to become best ever in Indian cinema

Ranbir’s character Shiva resembles Alia’s character and he learns that unusual things are happening between them. Shiva becomes enlightened about having an Astra that takes him on a journey of self-discovery and joins forces with the Guardian of Astra to save the world from the evil forces that come in his way. want to destroy. Also Read – Brahmastra: Why Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt starrer box office success is important for the future of Bollywood?

Ranbir delivers a satisfactory performance while Alia shines on the big screen. Their chemistry will give you a glimpse of their real life romance which Ayan has portrayed well in the script. Though the story of the film gets complicated at times and then moves in slow pace, it manages to keep the audience guessing about what will happen next.

Mouni Roy as an evil force does a good job in maintaining interest, while powerhouse actors like Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna and Shah Rukh Khan’s cameos are an icing on the cake. The film is filled with visual effects that try to match the Marvel Cinematic Universe and impresses with some superhero landings. However, Brahmastra does a good job of paving the way for the trilogy.

While some fans and media here have already seen the film and seem to have been heavily influenced by the newly created Astraverse, which has its roots in Indian mythology, it remains to be seen how Brahmastra will be treated once the ban ends. You will get reviews and ratings.

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