Nagarjuna Returns To Bollywood After 17 Years With Ranbir Kapoor And Alia Bhatt In Brahmastra, 'I Was Welcomed Like I Was Never Gone' - EXCLUSIVE

Nagarjuna has just returned to Hyderabad after completing the Hindi film Brahmastra with producer Karan Johar and director Ayan Mukerji.

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Nagarjuna Returns To Bollywood After 17 Years With Ranbir Kapoor And Alia Bhatt In Brahmastra, 'I Was Welcomed Like I Was Never Gone' - EXCLUSIVE
It’s always a pleasure to catch up  with Telugu superstar Nagarjuna. He has just returned  to Hyderabad after completing the Hindi film Brahmastra with producer Karan Johar and director Ayan Mukerji, and has commenced work on a new Telugu film. About shooting for Brahmastra, Nagarjuna says, “It was my first Hindi film in 17 years, I was welcomed in Mumbai like I was never gone. In Mumbai( Bollywood)  they’re always good to me. I was treated like a king by Karan  Johar and his team.”

Nag is full of praise for his co-stars Ranbir and  Alia.  “They are so  hard-working so  disciplined, so focused in their work. At that age I was  not like that . Alia  , I remember  as  a baby when she  visited the sets  of  her father  Mahesh Bhatt’s Zakham here  I was the  hero. She  is   still  a baby,actually.”

 As  for Amitabh Bachchan who  also has a key role  in Brahmastra Nag  barely  got a chance to meet him. “I was looking forward  to meeting him. We had last worked together in Khuda Gawah.  But in Brahamastra we  don’t have any  scenes together. As  you know, each of the  main actors has his or her own segment in the  film. Mine didn’t overlap with his.”

So  how  much of Nag will we see in Brahmastra? “I  can’t tell you much about my  role. But I can tell you this. My fans won’t be disappointed. It is a very strong character that leaves  a very strong  impact.”

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