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In the new Brahmastra poster, Nagarjuna demonstrates the strength of 1000 Nandis.’


The first look poster for Brahmastra, starring Nagarjuna’s character Anish, has been released. This comes only days after Amitabh Bachchan’s cinematic look was revealed.

Alia Bhatt went to Instagram on Saturday to reveal the first look poster of Nagarjuna Akkineni from their next film, Brahmastra. “With the might of a 1000 Nandi’s, meet Anish the Artist,” she said in announcing the actor’s character Anish from the film. On June 15, the teaser for the next movie will be made available.

Nagarjuna appears in the ad as a powerful avatar. With blood streaming from his brow, he looks to be ready to battle while posing with his formidable fists. His hands shall be his weapon, with the force of 1000 Nandi bulls, Lord Shiva’s vahana. Fans are already voicing their enthusiasm for the film in response to the actor’s appearance.

Brahmastra Part One: Shiva, directed by Ayan Mukerji, will be the first installment in a three-part epic trilogy. In the film, Nagarjuna portrays an archaeologist, while the principal characters of Shiva and Isha are played by Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt, respectively. Aside from them, Amitabh Bachchan and Mouni Roy play important parts.

Concerning Brahmastra, Nagarjuna has said that he had misgivings about the film. He told Bollywood Hungama about his first response to Ayan’s directorial, “I was a bit apprehensive about doing it in the beginning, but then Ayan came home and he presented it to me.” ‘I simply don’t want to make a cameo,’ I said. There’s no purpose now.”

But when he gave the whole script to me, it was wonderful, brilliant—his vision of the tale, and the passion they were pouring into it. There was a portion of it that had been recorded in the past. He showed me everything. And I said ‘yes’ right away, without even thinking about it. It’s a significant cameo. I’m not even going to call it a cameo. “It’s a crucial character,” he continued.

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