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'Rumi Became Shiva': Ayan Mukerji Shares An ‘early Look Test’ Of Ranbir Kapoor From Brahmastra, Tags Alia Bhatt

Written By Chetna Kapoor | Mumbai | Published:

Ayan Mukerji continues to update his fans with everything related to his upcoming film 'Brahmastra'. From behind the sets pictures, videos, logo design and more — the director is sharing everything on his Instagram handle.

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Latest being Ranbir Kapoor's 'early look test' picture, which has left us stunned. Ayan calls Ranbir 'Rumy' who later became 'Shiva'. He wrote: "Rumi. 
First, he was Rumi. Rumi with long hair. This image is from an early look test for the movie. 
Rumi said, ‘Love is the bridge between you and everything...’, and that feeling is the foundation we started building the protagonist of this movie on... But then, there was new inspiration, newer thoughts... Dragon became Brahmāstra, we gave Ranbir a haircut, and Rumi became... Shiva. 
#brahmastra #shivadiaries #memories #creativeprocess #evolving"

Definitely the actor looks rustic and a perfect 'in-the-character' moment is captured but what caught our attention was that Ayan tagged Alia Bhatt in the picture too. Alia plays the character of 'Isha'.

Check out the picture -

On the auspicious occassion of Maha Shivratri, Monday, March 04, the makers of Bollywood's much-anticipated venture 'Brahmastra' made a grand release of the logo of the film in Kumbh Mela, Prayagraj. Ranbir and Alia attended the event along with director Ayan Mukherji. 

The unveiling of the logo was an extravagant affair as in a first of its kind move, a swarm of drones lit up the sky to form a breathtaking display. The celebrity trio launched the fly-lights in the sky to unveil the ‘astra’ of ‘Brahmastra’. The display in the sky also included a beautiful creation of the Indian flag, ‘Brahmastra’, 'Mahakumbh 2019'.

As per media reports, the film is known to be a romantic-fairytale in a supernatural format. Initially, the film was titled 'Dragon', however, was later it was changed to 'Brahmastra' resonating with the ancient Indian beliefs. Backed by Karan Johar's Dharma Productions, the film is all set to hit the theatres on December 20, 2019.  

 

 

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