Brahmastra: Amitabh Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt's new trilogy


Let's start with today's announcement.

Now, the two are coming again as we know, earlier there were speculations that their movie will be titled "Dragon", but now it's official the movie's name is 'Brahmastra'.

Many known faces in the film industry including Rani Mukherji, Sussane Khan, Farah Khan, Ranbir Kapoor, Nita Ambani and Varun Dhawan have visited the store and get their homes renovated by Shah Rukh's wife as well. The director's name has also been announced and it's Ayan Mukerji. We embark on a journey into the realm of a fantasy adventure series which will be a trilogy. For "Brahmastra", Karan Johar's Dharma Productions will collaborate with Fox Star Studios and Namit Malhotra, CEO of Prime Focus.

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Ranbir Kapoor with Mr. Amitabh Bachchan is something which everyone wanted to see.

The fantasy adventure film is a trilogy and its first part will hit the screens on August 15, 2019.

An excited Alia Bhatt, also promoted the store in a video clip and praised how unbelievable Gauri Khan's talents are when it comes to designing your new home.

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Well, this one sounds damn exciting. So, for those who are unaware, "Brahmastra" is a Sanskrit word which means an astra (weapon) created by Lord Brahma.

Bhatt had also played a cameo as a child artist in Akshay Kumar-Preity Zinta starrer Sangharsh, released in 1999.

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