Brahmastra Part One: Shiva Movie Review

Brahmastra movie review: Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt are electrifying in this Ayan Mukerji extravaganza. The film is a treat for Hindi film fans who have been waiting for it for a long time.

There is light, there is fire, and there are some superheroes who wield unique astras that were born from the Brahm-Shakti that possesses energies found in natural elements such as Jal (water) stra, Pawan (wind) stra, Agney (fire) stra, and animal and plant life.


Above all, there is Brahmastra, the most powerful astra, a supernatural celestial weapon said to be capable of destroying the universe, which was broken into three pieces to save it from the dark forces. Then there’s Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt, who lights up the screen with their on-screen chemistry.

Brahmastra: Part One – Shiva begins as a love story, but quickly transforms into a battle between good and evil as the energies that govern this universe seize control. Brahmastra is similar to playing a video game. Brahmastra, written and directed by Ayan Mukerji, is a heady blend of Hindu mythology and sci-fi elements that serve as the backdrop to an unusual love story.

What did the public think after seeing Brahmastra Part One Shiva? Taran Adarsh put it succinctly.

Ayan Mukerji directs ‘Brahmastra Part One: Shiva.’ It is the most anticipated fantasy trilogy from Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions, which also has plans for two more films. The first act of the film has received mixed reviews.

desk for entertainment ‘Brahmastra Part One: Shiva,’ starring Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt, has been released in theatres. People are going to see the film and will post their thoughts on social media. If Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt fans are excluded, the majority of social media users regard this film, which cost approximately Rs 410 crores, as a colossal failure. Along with this, there is a constant call on social media to boycott it. Many people are even calling for a complete boycott of Bollywood. Let’s take a look at some of the film’s social media reviews…

Taran Adarsh, a trade analyst, gave the film two stars and called it disappointing. Brahmastra, he claims, has delivered a king-sized disappointment. According to him, the film’s VFX is quite good, but it falls short in terms of content. They write that it had the potential to be a game changer at the box office. However, the opportunity became too good to pass up.

Kangana Ranaut gives her thoughts on Brahmastra, saying, ‘Everyone who called Ayan Mukerji a genius should be imprisoned.’

Kangana Ranaut, a Bollywood actress, took shots at Brahmastra producer Karan Johar and director Ayan Mukerji while discussing the recently released Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor film. The Dhaakad actress believes the director “burned 600 crores to ashes.”


 

Brahmastra: Part One – Shiva, starring Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor, was released on September 9 to mixed reviews from audiences and critics. Kangana Ranaut, on the other hand, has already declared the big-budget film a “disaster.” Not only that, but the Dhaakad star has slammed the film’s creators for being “creativity deprived, success-starved, greedy people.”
Kangana took to her Instagram Story hours after the film’s release to respond to a negative review. It was a screenshot of trade analyst Sumit Kadel’s bogus Twitter account.

“This is what happens when you try to sell a lie, @karanjohar in every show forces people to call @aliabhatt and Ranbir best actors and @ayan Mukerji a genius… slowly he started to believe this lie… what else explains the 600 cr budget of this film to a director who never made a good enough film in his life… Fox studio in India had to sell itself to fund this film…

In subsequent posts, the actress slammed director Ayan Mukerji and producer Karan Johar for ‘burning Rs 600 crore to ashes.’ She even claimed that the duo’s mythological drama attempted to “exploit religious sentiments.”
“Everyone who called Ayan Mukerji a genius should be imprisoned immediately… He took 12 years to make this film, he replaced 14 DOPs, he shot for more than 400 days for this film, changed 85 ADs, and burned 600 crores to ashes. He also tried to exploit religious sentiments by changing the film name from Jalaluddin Rumi to Shiva last minute, because of Bahubali’s success… Such opportunists, such creativity” I considered calling din ko Raat and Raat ko din,” she wrote.

“People like Karan Johar should be questioned for their behavior; he is more interested in everyone’s sex life than in his film scripts; he self admittedly buys reviews, stars, and fake collection numbers and tickets… this time around he tried to ride the Hinduism and south wave… all turned Pujaris suddenly and begged south actors, writers, and directors to promote their film… they will do everything but not hire competent writer, director, actors, and another talent, why?”

Review By: Komal Nahta Site: Zee ETC Bollywood Business

Ayan Mukerji’s direction is excellent. He has created a one-of-a-kind film for the Hindi filmgoing audience, complementing the high-on-visual-effects drama with a heartfelt story that beautifully juxtaposes both. His narration is outstanding. Overall, Brahmastra: Part One – Shiva is a smashing success. It will do extremely well at the box office and will propel Indian cinema several notches higher on the international map in terms of visual effects.

Review By: Rachana Site: Times Of India

A believable, character-driven story that emotionally engages you is the difference between great and good. The most imaginative worlds created by cinema’s geniuses ultimately rely on the writing to keep everything else perfectly glued in place. With all of its advantages, nothing compensates for Brahmastra’s emotional deficiencies. If that had been given more attention, it would have gone a long way toward elevating the proceedings.

Review By: Sonal Site: Zee News

The plot is unique in that Shiva and Isha’s story takes centre stage in an unusual way. However, there are a few places where you can feel the lag, and to make matters worse, it can be confusing. ‘Brahmstra Part One: Shiva’ is a wholesome family entertainer that will undoubtedly make you compare it to Hollywood’s Marvel series. However, Yes! For the first time in Bollywood, the producers attempted something different and on a larger scale.

Review By: Russell Site: BollywoodLife

Brahmastra’s visual treat alone is worth the price of admission twice over. The dialogue and romance could have been streamlined, but the fantasy world and folklore that draw you in are enough to ensure that almost no one should walk out of the theatre saying they didn’t enjoy themselves. I’ll give it 3.5 out of 5 stars.

Review By: Tushar Site: India Today

At a time when Hollywood titles like Lord of the Rings and House of the Dragon dominate the visual effects space, Brahmastra serves as a gentle reminder that India, too, isn’t falling behind in the VFX game and produces some of the best work in this genre. Ayan’s message of love triumphing over darkness and despair couldn’t have arrived at a better time! Part One of Brahmastra: Shiva is a visual feast worth your time. Don’t pass this one up.

 

Review By: Saibal Site: NDTV

Brahmastra Part One: Shiva is a spectacular production that greatly benefits from DNEG’s VFX. The crucial action scenes throb with life and deliver their share of excitement, even if they strain credibility. Brahmastra Part One: Shiva, ambitious and entertaining, has the makings of a blockbuster of the type that Bollywood has been desperately seeking for a while.

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