“Brahmastra” Movie Review: Brahmastra competes with Marvel Cinematic Universe, the film is full of VFX

“Brahmastra,” starring Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt, is released in theatres worldwide today. The first film directed by Ayan Mukerji has been released. This film will go up against the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s films. The Superhero franchise has been pitted against Bollywood in this.

According to Variety, the narrative of Brahmastra is not a typical Bollywood love story in which a male meets a girl and falls in love. It combines Bollywood themes with mythological magical abilities to create its reality, known as the Astraverse. Astras are composed of the fundamental elements of earth, air, fire, water, and air, as well as the power and talents of other animals.

The character of Ranbir Kapoor “Shiva” is similar to Alia’s persona, and he discovers that strange things are happening between them. Shiva becomes aware of his Astra, which leads him on a voyage of self-discovery. He joins forces with the Guardian of Astra to defend the planet from any evil forces that may arise. Want to eradicate everything?

Ranbir Kapoor performs well, and Alia sparkles on the big screen. Their connection will remind you of their real-life romance, which Ayan has depicted wonderfully in the screenplay. Although the plot becomes tedious and goes at a leisurely pace, it keeps the viewer guessing what will happen next. The picture succeeds in keeping the viewer interested till the conclusion.

Mouni Roy’s performance as an evil force keeps the audience interested. At the same time, appearances by strong actors like Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna, and Shah Rukh Khan are the frosting on the cream. The film is chock-full of visual effects that attempt to rival the Marvel Cinematic Universe while also impressing with some heroic landings.

Brahmastra Movie Official Trailer: YouTube

Brahmastra, on the other hand, does an excellent job of laying the groundwork for the trilogy. However, it remains to be seen how well the picture will delight the audience.

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