Ayan Mukerji’s movie Brahmastra features a convoluted plot that is difficult for the average person to understand.
Cast Members: Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna Akkineni
Director: Ayan Mukerji
Ratings: 2 Out of 5 Stars
Notably, Ayan Mukerji has failed to craft a fantasy adventure movie’s plot. Finding the three components of Brahmastra and the struggle to preserve it is quite perplexing. The language appears juvenile, and the screenplay is poor. I don’t believe Ranbir Kapoor is the right actor for this role. Mouni Roy seems awful in the movie. The first half of the movie is still stronger, but the second half is quite weak and occasionally boring. Another flaw with Brahmastra is the excessively long running time of the movie. After seeing the full movie, it appears like the special effects and visuals have been woven into the narrative.
If we discuss the positive aspects of the movie Brahmastra, we can say that its visuals and special effects are excellent and look great in 3D. This movie has breathtaking visuals. In their respective parts, Amitabh Bachchan and Alia Bhatt do well. The two tracks by Brahmastra are also good. The effort put out by the whole production team is seen on screen. The chase sequences are wonderfully filmed.
If we talk about the merits of the film Brahmastra, then its graphics and special effects are superb and look good on screen in 3D. That is, this film is visually spectacular. Amitabh Bachchan and Alia Bhatt are fine in their roles. Brahmastra’s songs are also fine. The hard work of the entire team of the film is reflected on screen. The chasing scenes are shot very well.
Because Ranbir and Alia are shown together in the movie after their marriage, there is a chance that it may have a strong opening weekend. The movie has also been promoted incredibly well. However, the movie is having trouble maintaining a strong box office performance. Overall, I give this large-budget movie two stars since it is poor.