Brahmastra Makers Faced Rs 1.50 Crore loss After Jr NTR, Ranbir-Alia’s Hyderabad Event gGt Cancelled

The producers of the film “Brahmastra” have suffered a loss of around Rs. 1.50 crore as a result of the late cancellation of a huge event that was scheduled to include Jr. NTR as the primary guest. Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, and Mouni Roy, along with SS Rajamouli and Karan Johar, were all scheduled to appear at the pre-release event.
According to a source with connections to the production, “There was valid police approval, but owing to overcrowding the licence was cancelled. The producers must have lost roughly Rs. 1.50 crore.” The event for “Brahmastra,” which was supposed to include a performance by Jr. NTR together with the whole cast and crew of the film, including Ranbir Kapoor, did not take place. Alia Bhatt Mouni Roy and Nagarjuna.

A senior member of the Telugu film industry stated that the production personnel responsible for getting police permission, which was being held during Ganesha festival, delayed the paperwork, which led to the fiasco. However, the sources that are close to the event maintain that overcrowding was the reason. Because of the ongoing Ganesh festival, the majority of the police force is now involved in bandobast, and as a result, there is not enough force available to be deployed for the event. The officers made this point very plain in the letter that they sent to the production company. Also, the intended event would have interfered with the immersion of Ganesh, which would have made things difficult for the devotees.

The film “Brahmastra,” which was directed by Ayan Mukerji, is scheduled to be released on September 9. Amitabh Bachchan and Nagarjuna are also featured prominently in the film in major roles. The movie will be made available in five different languages when it is released: Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam. It has been decided that ‘Brahmastra’ would be made into a trilogy. When asked about the next instalments, Ayan has said in the past what they would be about, saying, “We will schedule the filming of the second and third part following the release of the first film.” The same plot will be told over the whole of the trilogy, but subsequent films will introduce new characters and provide fresh points of view on the Brahmastra saga.

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