Nagarjuna in Brahmastra will play role of archaeologist with Ranbir Kapoor-Alia Bhatt’s in the direction of Ayan Mukerji
Actor Nagarjuna in Brahmastra, will be seen alongside Amitabh Bachchan after a long time. Actor will essay the role of an archaeologist in the film. Ayan Mukerji is the directorof the film.The film stars Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt in lead roles. Amitabh and Nagarjuna have earlier worked together in Agni Varsha and Khuda Gawah.
A Mumbai Mirror report claimed Nagarjuna plays an archaeologist and has already shot in Varanasi in June. “Nagarjuna in Brahmastra character , along with his students, undertakes an expedition to restore an ancient temple along the banks of the Ganga,” it quoted a source assaying.
“An important event leads Shiva and Isha to Nagarjuna.The story unfolds in the ancient temple city before moving to the Himalayas.The film’s antagonists, Mouni Roy and Saurav Gurjar, also come into play because of Nagarjuna’s track. The adventure kicks off after all of them comeface-to-face in Varanasi. A high-octane action sequence featuring them was shot earlier in the year,”
Amusingly, Shah Rukh Khan also plays a cameo in this film and despite being a guest appearance, his role is important as it will take forward the journey of Shiva.
However, Conversation about Brahmastra last year, Ranbir had called it a “supernatural fairytale at heart” in the past. “It is actually a supernatural romantic fairy tale at heart. Ayan will never make a character that doesn’t have truth to it, or which is unbelievable. It’s too early to talk about the film, but it is something I am terribly excited about.”
Moreover the film is all about ancient Indian mythology and science fiction. Ranbir, reportedly plays a man with special powers in Brahmastra, is named Shiva while Alia Bhatt’s name is Isha.
Previously Ayan had discussed about the film, “It’s a modern-day film set in India as it exists today. But the reason it’s called Brahmastra is because the energies, wisdom, powers in the film come from ancient India. That’s all I would say.