Ayan Mukerji’s directorial Brahmastra, which was launched 3 weeks again, continues to rule the ticket home windows. Starring Alia Bhatt, Ranbir Kapoor within the lead roles, it additionally stars Amitabh Bachchan, Mouni Roy and others within the pivotal roles. We additionally witnessed bombastic cameos of Shah Rukh Khan, Nagarjuna and Dimple Kapadia. Reports had been abuzz that the movie’s been made on the price range of 410 crore. However, Ayan in his newest interview revealed that the movie’s price range was tripled. Scroll down for extra particulars.
As of now, the movie has made a complete field workplace assortment of 255 crore in all languages turning into the twelfth highest Bollywood grosser after 3 weeks.
Recently, Brahmastra director Ayan Mukerji and producer Karan Johar spoke in regards to the movie at an occasion organised by FICCI and there they revealed some attention-grabbing particulars in regards to the movie. Speaking on the occasion, Ayan stated, “I’d done my best, we’d done a lot of research, a lot of visual effects work. I thought I’d cracked it. And I remember, right after we shot that schedule, after all that pre-production, our VFX budget basically tripled. And now the film had begun.”
However additional when the makers had been requested if lack of planning led to the delay of the movie, Ayan Mukerji stated, “I don’t think it was a lack of planning. For all the partners involved, including the VFX teams, what we were attempting for Indian films was very new. They didn’t know what they could run into… I called the head of Disney at the time, and Karan and I, we all flew down to London. And we had already shot a big portion of the film, and we didn’t know if we would be able to raise the rest of the funds to finish it. So, those were very challenging days. Our little group that was trying to make the film, we also went through a lot of internal stress, but we came back stronger, we kept moving forward.”
During the identical occasion Brahmastra director, Ayan additionally acknowledged that Brahmastra 2 will hit the screens on Diwali 2025, whereas the three half will release round Christmas 2026.