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Ranbir Kapoor plays with fire and investigates his abilities in the Brahmastra song Deva Deva

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After releasing Kesariya, the first song from Brahmastra, the film’s team is about to release Deva Deva. On Thursday, Alia Bhatt posted a brief preview of the song with the words “The light is coming.” The track will be released on August 8.

Ranbir Kapoor opens the teaser video as Shiva pleading to God. He elaborates on the concept of light. “It’s what defends us in the face of any darkness,” he tells Alia, who portrays Isha. The video offers a peek of Ranbir, who is himself the Agni Astra, exercising with fire.

Arijit Singh sings the devotional song Deva Deva, which was composed by Pritam. The lyrics were written by Amitabh Bhattacharya, who also penned the Kesariya Song, which caused an internet uproar for its use of the phrase “love story” in its chorus. The song received severe criticism for the same reason.

In response to Deva Deva, a fan commented, “The combination of Ranbir’s acting and Arijit’s singing is on another level.” “After Kesariya, this will be a great hit,” said a second person. Many have also applauded the song’s graphics. Someone else stated, “Right now, my favorite aspect of this film is the visual effects. It is so crisp and clean that I can sense each little particle.”

Brahmastra, directed by Ayan Mukerji, will be released on September 9 after five years of production. It marks the first time Ranbir and his wife Alia have worked together. After filming, the two established a relationship. In addition to them, the film features Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna, and Mouni Roy. The film is the first installment of a trilogy that will build Astraverse, India’s cinematic world.

In addition to Hindi, the film will also be accessible in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam. The director SS Rajamouli presents the movie in all four languages. Chiranjeevi has provided his voice for the Brahmastra Telugu teaser.

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