Brahmastra 2 Releasing Updates: Even after its triumphant theatrical premiere, Brahmastra Part One: Shiva starring Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt continues to make news. The first book in Ayan Mukerji’s Astraverse trilogy, which introduced us to the realm of Brahmastra through the eyes of Shiva, has received a lot of attention (Ranbir).
The movie was followed by a teaser for its sequel, Brahmastra Part Two: Dev. Ayan has revealed the date of the release of his sequel, while fans have come up with a number of ideas and theories about who would play Dev on screen. Find out by reading on.
Ayan Mukerji disclosed that he plans to release Brahmastra Part Two in December 2025 while speaking with The Indian Express. We have our aim, he stated, albeit not yet disclosing the date. This movie is something we want to develop and release in three years.
Given how long part one took, the timeline is challenging for us. However, we have now learned how to produce these kinds of movies. Ayan added that the sequel’s script has been “on” since Part One itself. Given that they had the time to work on it throughout the epidemic, he said that it had already undergone numerous changes and retouches.
He did clarify, though, that the start date for the sequel is not set in stone. Going on floors isn’t as significant as the release date of the movie.
He continued, “On floors implies shooting, but actually on a project like this, the work in pre-production, VFX, and post-production is as vital as when you shoot it. ” The film will begin production when the core team is prepared and refreshed after part one.
At the box office, Brahmastra set up to 23 records. With Hindi earnings of Rs. 14.25 cr and dubbed language collections of Rs. 2 cr, for a combined total of Rs. 16.25 cr nett, the movie held up strongly on its debut Monday following an impressive weekend figure of Rs. 119 cr nett all languages.
Brahmastra Part One: Shiva is extremely likely to surpass the Rs. 250 cr nett India record, making it the year’s highest-grossing Hindi original. The movie is also expected to surpass a worldwide total of Rs. 450 cr. given the high overseas numbers, which would surpass 10 million dollars by Tuesday.