Speaking about the prospects of the second and third part of this franchise, director Ayan Mukherji said: “We will plan the shooting of the second and third part after the release of the first film”. Revealing an idea for future films, he said: “The whole trilogy will tell the same story, but the next films will introduce new characters and bring new perspectives to Brahmastra history.”
Ayan started working at Brahmastra about nine years ago after graduating from Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani and embarking on a thrilling mountain trip. Despite the start of pre-production in 2014, only in 2017 did the shooting for the film begin. Revealing the long process and the way Ranbir Kapoor got involved, Ayan said: “When I started preparing for Brahmastra, Sanbir was offered Sanju. He was supposed to start preparing with me, but he chose to start first. I was so angry I was happy to work with Raju Hirani, but what about my project? But in retrospect, I’m glad that Ranbir chose to work at Sanju because, a few years later, Sanju was filmed, edited and ready “The production was not even completed. If Ranbir was waiting for me, it would be a long wait.”
“Brahmastra” is scheduled to be released in September, so fans and movie buffs will have to wait and watch the next trilogy offers to start.
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