Brahmastra: Karan Johar Has Savage Response To Troll’s Question About The Address Of Guru On Google Maps, ‘Guru Is Living Like Any Other Person In The Real World’

Karan Johar gave a classy response to the troll who questioned the logic of the Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt starrer Brahmastra

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Brahmastra: Karan Johar Has Savage Response To Troll’s Question About The Address Of Guru On Google Maps, ‘Guru Is Living Like Any Other Person In The Real World’
Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt starrer fantasy drama ‘Brahmastra: Part One Shiva’ is running houseful in cinema halls and entertaining the audience. However, the magnum opus has now become the topic of discussion on social media owing to its weak writing, dialogues between Isha and Shiva essayed by Alia and Ranbir, and even the logic behind some of the scenes. Recently, Karan Johar responded to a social media user who trolled the film for a specific scene and pointed out the mistake. 

A social media user took to his Twitter handle and pointed out the flaw in the scene where Nagarjuna showed the ashram’s address of the Guru to Isha and Shiva on Google Maps and they drove to the place. Though according to the film, an ashram is a secret place and Guru has a secret identity. The user wrote in Tweet, which is now deleted, “Tell me how that Ashram is secret and the address of ashram is on Google maps? For this logic, the movie has earned 300 crore? This is what Indian creativity is?”




Meanwhile, Karan Johar who has backed the film responded to the Tweet by giving the logic and shutting down the troll. KJo responded in style, “The Guru is living like any other person in the real world… no one knows he is the leader of the Brahmansh! That he is the house of the Astras… so his address with his name in the real world is of-course on Google maps!”

This is not the first time netizens have pointed out some mistakes in the film. Earlier, an Instagram user questioned Isha’s family in the movie who is not worried about her disappearance and some even pointed out that they did not even file a missing complaint in the film.

Talking about the film, it has crossed Rs 200 crores at the domestic box office. In Ayan Mukerji’s directorial, Amitabh Bachchan plays the character of Guru, while Nagarjuna is Nandi Astra and Shah Rukh Khan is Vanar Astra. Mouni Roy plays the antagonist Junoon. The second part of the trilogy will reportedly release in December 2025.


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