BIGGER & BETTER! Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt & Amitabh Bachchan's Brahmastra Will Be A 3D Release WORTH Rs 150 Crore!

Amitabh Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s trilogy Brahmastra will be released in 3D and the film is said to be made in a grand budget of Rs 150 crore approximately...

Ever since Amitabh Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s Bramhastra has been announced, the film has become the talk of the town. Now Namit Malhotra, the co-producer of the project told a leading daily, that the film will be released in 3D.

"We will shoot it the regular way and then convert it into 3D. The visual effects and conversion quality will be superlative," he said. “The films will progress from establishing the characters to the protagonist achieving his goal. Ayan's vision will strike a chord with everyone, from the ages of six to 60. In terms of concept, it doesn't share any similarities with other Bollywood superhero films, like Krrish [2006]. The title itself conveys that the story is rooted in our cultural heritage,” he further added.

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Ranbir Kapoor Alia Bhatt And Karan Johar

As per reports, the budget of the film is Rs 150 crore to which Namit said, “We aspire to create something homegrown that can match Hollywood standards. We can't be penny-pinching with the scale. Hollywood has moved from dramas and rom-coms to big scale films, which makes more money eventually. India too is getting there."

A few days ago, director producer Karan Johar announced the project on the social media. Karan tweeted, "A TRILOGY ...A FANTASY ADVENTURE....A LABOUR OF LOVE.....”BRAHMĀSTRA (sic).” Karan made sure that he made this announcement on Amitabh's 75th birthday (Oct 11).

This will also be the first time Ranbir and Alia are paired opposite each other in a film. It shall be interesting to see how these three superstars will make a mark with such a huge franchise.

Brahmastra will mark Ayan's return to direction after two successful films - Wake Up Sid (2009) and Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani (2013).

Image Source: Twitter/karanjohar