Brahmastra Trailer Review: The trailer is visually stunning, especially if you watch it with 3D glasses on. Fantasy fiction, as a genre, requires excellent visual effects and computer graphics to support the filmmaker's vision. Ayan has nailed the visual aesthetics in this situation. The spectacular effects throughout the film are outstanding, from the opening frame to the sneak peek into the huge fight sequence between the good guys and the bad ones.
Brahmastra appears to be an intense love story set against the backdrop of a fantasy-fiction universe based on the trailer. When it comes to portraying romance, Ayan is a brilliant storyteller, and with Brahmastra, he takes two of the most prominent romantic actors - Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt - and constructs a love narrative that is central to the plot. Oh, and one of the scenes is an intense love kiss between Isha and Shiva.
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The trailer is elevated by Amitabh Bachchan's voice-over and presence. He appears to be Shiva's mentor as well as a member of the good guys' crew. Mouni Roy is scary, and she appears to have capitalized on her Naagin success. She looks better in Brahmastra, and her role appears darker and more ominous.
Is Brahmastra a superhero film?
Shiva, played by Ranbir, does not wear a cape or a costume, nor does he wear a mask or have electronics attached to his hand. Shiva is a legendary figure who derives his divinity from our Indian Gods. Ayan establishes this right at the start of the trailer to avoid the superhero comparison.