Bollywood’s “Brahmastra” franchise has garnered significant attention, and the anticipation for “Brahmastra Part 2: Dev” continues to build. Director Ayan Mukerji and leading star Ranbir Kapoor are determined to deliver an even grander cinematic experience in the sequel. In a recent interaction with fans, Ranbir Kapoor provided key insights into the movie’s development, emphasizing the commitment to enhancing the script and addressing constructive feedback from the first installment.
The first part of “Brahmastra” may have received mixed reviews, but it emerged as the highest-grossing Bollywood movie of 2022, raking in approximately 431 crores worldwide. Now, the team is focused on making “Brahmastra Part 2: Dev” even more spectacular. Director Ayan Mukerji has teased that it will be “10 times bigger” than its predecessor.
Ranbir Kapoor, who plays the film’s leading role, disclosed that they are diligently working on the script, emphasizing the significance of strong writing. Ayan recently narrated the film’s concept to him, and Ranbir was impressed by the expanded ideas and characterizations.
While the “Brahmastra” team is gearing up for the sequel, Ayan Mukerji is concurrently involved in another project, “War 2.” Their plan is to conclude “War 2” by mid-next year and commence shooting for “Brahmastra 2” by the end of next year or early 2025. Ranbir Kapoor acknowledges the feedback from the first film, including comments about the chemistry between the characters Shiva and Isha.
Ranbir Kapoor acknowledges the feedback, both positive and constructive, received for the first “Brahmastra.” He stressed that the team has taken it in stride and is actively addressing the areas that require improvement. The focus is on understanding the critique and surpassing expectations.
In the midst of “Brahmastra” preparations, Ranbir Kapoor is gearing up for the release of “Animal,” an action drama directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga. The film, also starring Rashmika Mandanna, Bobby Deol, and Anil Kapoor, is set to hit screens on December 1st this year in multiple languages.