Reposted Brahmastra teaser bring Amitabh Bachchan’s name ahead of Ranbir’s

Almost 4 days after the primary teaser for Brahmastra was posted on-line, director Ayan Mukerji and Dharma shared one more teaser on social media. The new teaser, nevertheless, seemed like the precise duplicate of what was shared earlier. The repetitive posts left followers scratching their heads for some time till they found a minor edit that was made to the brand new video. (Also learn: Brahmastra teaser: Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt start the ‘game’, Amitabh Bachchan, Mouni Roy’s first appears to be like revealed. Watch)

In the primary teaser, followers obtained the primary take a look at the excessive octane, CGI motion and have been launched to all the main characters of the film. In a roll name that got here halfway within the 30-second teaser, lead couple Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s names seem first, adopted by the supporting cast–Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna Akkineni and Mouni Roy.

In the brand new teaser, the sequence sees a change. Now, Amitabh’s name seems first earlier than Ranbir or Alia’s. Nagarjuna and Mouni nonetheless take fourth and fifth positions, respectively.

Fans reacted to the change-up within the feedback part. “Bachchan Sir ko respect deni thi (Bachchan Sir needed to be respected) looking forward to it #dharmafan,” wrote a fan. “Thank you Ayan – for putting Amit ji’s name 1st,” commented one other. An individual was nonetheless confused concerning the want for a change-up. “Why did u change the sequence,” they requested.

Brahmastra is a three-part fantasy epic through which Ranbir performs the lead position of Shiva. His girlfriend is Isha, performed by Alia Bhatt. Amitabh Bachchan is Professor Arvind Chaturvedi and Nagarjuna is an archaeologist named Ajay Vashisht. Mouni’s character is known as Damayanti. The movie is scheduled to launch on September 9.

Ayan and the staff have spent greater than half a decade making Brahmastra. At an occasion on Tuesday, Ayan stated, “For many years, I thought this film would never get made and I’ll die making Brahmastra. So many people asked me why the film is taking so long, and why is it so expensive. They asked me to make another romantic film. But, I always believed, if we got Brahmastra right, it would be very pioneering for our country. The film would find a large audience in the country. That energy has caused many positive things to happen.”

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