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Is Brahmastra based on the Shiva trilogy by Amish?

Brahmāstra Part One: Shiva  is an upcoming Indian Hindi-language fantasy adventure film written and directed by Ayan mukherji. It is produced by Karan johar, Apoorva mehta, Namit malhotra, and Mukerji (in his debut production) under the banners Dharma productions, Starlight Pictures, and Prime focus in association with Star studios, and co-produced by Ranbir kapoor and Marijke Desouza independently. Brahmāstra was announced in July 2014 but was delayed by several years.

It is a 3-part film franchise and the beginning of India’s first original universe – the Astraverse. It is a new original cinematic universe inspired by deeply rooted concepts and tales in Indian mythology but set in the modern world, with epic storytelling of fantasy, adventure, good vs evil, love and hope; all told using cutting edge technology and never-seen-before visual spectacles. The film stars Amitabh Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Nagarjuna Akkineni, Mouni Roy and Shahrukh Khan, who has extended cameo in the film.

What’s The Story Of Film

Set in contemporary India, where Brahmansh, a secret society has been guarding the astras (weapons) that were created in ancient India thousands of years ago. Now one of them, Brahmastra, is waking up to destroy the universe. To prevent it, Shiva (Ranbir Kapoor) must use the power of fire he is bestowed with; but he has to identify it first. The fantasy fiction is complete with Brahma (Amitabh Bachchan), Vishnu (Nagarjuna Akkineni), Isha (Alia Bhatt), and Damyanti (Mouni Roy).

Brahmāstra is based on which book?

For instance, when Alia Bhatt shared an Instagram post with Ranbir Kapoor, captioning it as ‘Shiva and Isha’, fans were quick to imply that the film Brahmastra is loosely based on the ‘Immortals of Meluha’ (The first book in the Shiva trilogy authored by Amish Tripathi). However, there is a lot about the film that has been left to speculation.


Is It Based On Shiva Trilogy?

Brahmāstra trilogy is not based on Shiva trilogy or any other book. The story and screenplay have been written by Ayan Mukherji who has been working on Brahmāstra project for more than a decade now. In film brahmastra- the trilogy, Amitabh Bachchan plays Guru, Shiva’s mentor, and his presence and voice does the magic and takes the promos up a few notches. Nagaarjuna Akkineni plays artist Anish and Mouni plays Junoon. Junoon certainly stands out with her red eyes, and this Queen of darkness is one the bad guys.

The fim has the tagline ‘Ab Khel Shuru’ It is very interesting to see that how will it going to perform at box office will it going to win the heart of fans or will it going to turn down the hopes all those questions will be answered on 9 september 2022.

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