“Brahmāstra” deeply rooted in Indian culture: Ranbir


New Delhi, November 1 (UNI) Disney+ Hotstar harnesses the power of the mighty astras with the digital premiere of this year’s biggest blockbuster “Brahmāstra Part One: Shiva”.

The film with its visual spectacle enhanced by never-before-seen graphics has completely floored audiences over the past month.

Now lead actor Ranbir Kapoor reveals what finally convinced him to bring Shiva to life.

“When I first heard the idea, I immediately knew what a project like this could mean for our industry and our country.

“Brahmāstra is deeply rooted in Indian culture, and with the imagination, scale and technology that Ayan (Mukerji) wanted to use, it was going to be the first of its kind.

“The whole package was hugely exciting. But that was the heart of the story – the fact that it was this unique combination of modern and ancient India, rooted in our culture and themes that we grew up with. , which I knew our audience would relate to, which appealed to me the most,” he said in a statement.

Divulging his favorite sequence from the film, Ranbir said: “Shooting each sequence was an experience in itself, from the visual effects and action to the most emotional scenes to the incredible scale of our songs – it was something which I had never done before.

“It would be hard to choose, because the entire film has been an inspiring journey for me and everyone involved.”

This unique visual spectacle is starred by Amitabh Bachchan, Ranbir, Alia Bhatt, Mouni Roy and Nagarjuna Akkineni.

Released on the OTT platform on November 4, the magnum opus is produced by Star Studios, Dharma Productions, Ayan Mukerji & Prime Focus and directed and written by Ayan.

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