Karan Johar, Ayan Mukerji and Ranbir Kapoor can easily breathe. The Brahmāstra trailer hit hard in a few hours of release. Almost everything in the trailer, from its unique foreign effects to the way the actors produce themselves, is talked about.
Network users are busy with ‘Marvel wali vibes’ which they receive while watching the trailer.
Of course, there is enough gloss and boldness in the trailer to make us curious about the film. Ranbir Kapoor discards the depressing look she is wearing everywhere these days. The change looks happy. Maybe it’s the company he keeps on film. Who wouldn’t be happy to share a screen space with a bright girl Alia Bhatt?
I did not see enough of my friends Mr Bachchan and Nagarjuna in the trailer. There could be two reasons for their shortage in the trailer. It is possible that Ayan Mukerji saves them more in the second trailer or a more sophisticated explanation: they have limited time in the film too.
Going by what we see in the Brahmāstra trailer is full of color, love, legend and legend, all mixed and moved to the right proportion.
Most importantly, Brahmāstra is our first attempt at a film of a real world hero. Ranbir Kapoor made an honest aam aadmi with great power.