Alia Bhatt, Ranbir Kapoor’s ‘Brahmāstra’ Trailer Recieves Love From Neetu Kapoor, Soni Razdan, Bhumi Pednekar And More
One of the most awaited films in Bollywood has finally dropped its trailer. Announced in July 2014, Brahmāstra has been one of the most talked-about film for a very long time now. Directed by Ayan Mukerji and produced by Karan Johar, Brahmāstra stars Alia Bhatt, Ranbir Kapoor, Amitabh Bachchan, Mouni Roy, Nagarjuna and several other actors. This film is supposed to be the first part of a superhero trilogy. Now ever since the trailer of this fantasy adventure drama has come out, the internet has gone into a frenzy. Everyone, from fans to celebs, cannot stop talking about this fantasy drama deeply rooted in Indian mythology and culture but it is set in the modern world. While the internet cannot stop raving about the VFX, the visuals, the kesariya music and, of course, the chemistry between Alia and Ranbir. And now celebs are also taking to social media to congratulate the actors and reacted to this trailer.
As soon as the trailer of Brahmāstra was unveiled, it received immense love from several celebs including Ranbir Kapoor’s mom Neetu Kapoor, Alia Bhatt’s mom Soni Razdan, Bhumi Pedenekar and Ritesh Deshmukh. While Neetu ji shared the trailer on her Instagram handle, Ridhima Kapoor Sahani and designer Sandeep Khosla dropped love for the film in the comments section. Alia’s mom Soni took to the comments section of Alia’s post and called the trailer “absolutely amazingly stunning” while actress Bhumi Pednekar posted several clap emojis on it. Ritesh Deshmukh called the trailer “Awesome”. Karan Jotwani, Karan Tacker, Vivian Bhathena, producer Gunnet Monga, Vishal Dadlani and several others also dropped love in the comments section.
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Well, TBH, after looking at this visually appealing trailer, we too cannot wait to watch it on the big screen on September 9!
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