A few days back, it was reported that Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone are going to be a part of Amitabh Bachchan-Ranbir Kapoor-Alia Bhatt starrer, Brahmastra trilogy, produced by Karan Johar. It was definitely BIG news as Ranveer and Deepika have not signed any film together after their marriage. So, the couple coming together in a film made a lot of noise.
But we could sense something fishy here. That’s why when SpotboyE.com dug deeper, we got to know that the news about Ranveer starring in the film is absolutely untrue.
That’s right! While multiple reports have claimed that Ranveer Singh will be part of the Brahmastra trilogy, we can confirm that the Simmba star won’t be a part of the franchise! He did meet Ayan in London for a discussion, but there was no positive outcome of the meeting.
A source has spilled the beans to SpotboyE.com, saying, “Tongues started wagging when Ayan had a long meeting with Ranveer in London. He had gone to meet Ranveer to discuss Brahmastra and really wanted him to be a part of the trilogy. However, the talks didn’t fructify and Ranveer will definitely not be a part of the film. It looks like now someone new will be approached for the same.” (Also Read:- STUNNER OR BUMMER: Deepika Padukone, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Kiara Advani, Malaika Arora Or Gauri Khan?)
Brahmastra is a film divided in 3 parts. This venture has been delayed, time and again. It is now slated to release in winter, next year.
Brahmastra also stars Mouni Roy and Akkineni Nagarjuna in pivotal roles. Principal photography began in Bulgaria in February 2018. The film is being readied in standard format, 3D, and IMAX. Buzz is, it also stars Shah Rukh Khan in a very interesting cameo. Pritam is composing the songs, while Amitabh Bhattacharya is penning the lyrics.
Let's see if the buzz about Deepika turns out to be true or not.
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