Readers are likely aware that Brahmastra was revealed in 2015, which was a very long time ago. The movie was released after seven years and has received overwhelmingly positive reviews from viewers. Many people are praising the movie’s VFX, and there are high hopes for the sequel to the trilogy. Ayan Mukerji, the director, said that the movie is simply the first instalment of the Brahmastra trilogy when it was initially announced with Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt as the leads. Ayan, who shared the stage with producer Karan Johar at the recent FICCI event in Mumbai, spoke about the remaining two portions of the movie in detail.
Ayan Mukerji stated at the most recent FICCI event, “We hope we can finish the film sooner and people can enjoy it. That is the goal! Our production procedures can now secure this Astraverse. It’s very crucial to achieve that because we can’t take another 7 years to make Part 2. How then are we to include that quality in so short of time? The director said that the second part of the trilogy’s production will move forward considerably more quickly. “I feel the want to start working on part two of how to get faster,” he continued. That is the vision, then. It’s up to us to make it all happen.”
Ayan also discussed the second and third parts during the same event. Although there have been rumours and thoughts about what the next movie would be, the director began by saying that the following two movies will be far more technical than the first. He said, “I believe that along with the visual spectacle, Indian spirituality also drew a lot of people. It’s a key component, in my opinion. I quickly came to the conclusion that Indian history must serve as the foundation of this illusion.”
“I didn’t approach the first portion in a scholastic manner, I approached it in a very emotional manner, he said. We may even become a bit more scholarly about Astras as I go on to parts two and three, reading a lot about Indian mythology. But in Part One, I took a really sentimental approach to it. In the first section, I talked more about my relationship with God, my religion, things I had forgotten about, the shlokas I had heard, and how I understood Hindu philosophy. I basically talked about everything. I acted on the assumption that if I approach this with sincerity and a pure heart, it will somehow flow smoothly and there won’t be any problems.”
He continued by explaining how Brahmastra avoided controversy since it was created with good intentions. “Ranbir kicking the Kandi in the trailer, you know, he was wearing slippers, I guess we had one concern with that, but it got through pretty smoothly.” So I believe my instinct worked,” he concluded.