Brahmastra Movierulz - Brahmastra has all the elements that connect with the audience and makes the movie a complete watch. Barring a few scenes in the first half between Ranbir and Alia, Brahmastra will surely entertain the audience with mythology, fantasy and VFX never seen in Indian cinema. Apart from Shah Rukh Khan's cameo which has already been leaked on social media, there are also some surprises to watch on screen. The movie's first half focuses on character establishments and builds the story step by step. The film engages us with the story and VFX till the end of the second half.
Brahmastra Movierulz - When it comes to acting, Ranbir Kapoor as Shiva has done an excellent job as always. His expressions while looking at the screen are effective in the scenes. Alia Bhatt's role seems limited, but she does her part well. Amitabh Bachchan as Guru is excellent as always and Akkineni Nagarjuna as Anish has some good scenes, he does well in those scenes. Mouni Roy, Junoon – will definitely grab your attention with her performance as the dark queen. All the other actors have given their roles according to the story.
Technically Brahmastra is very superior. We can clearly see the hard work of the technicians in every shot of the film. The songs composed by Pritam are perfect and the background score elevates the scenes a lot. Cinematography by Sudeep Chatterjee, Patrick Duroux, Pankaj Kumar, Manikandan, and Vikash Naulakha is superb. The VFX team that worked on the film should be commended for their work in delivering quality output, with very few flaws. The production values of the movie are very good and the money spent on this movie is noticeable in every scene.
Director Ayan Mukherjee once again impresses with his narration and filmmaking. His idea of blending mythology with current situations is to be appreciated and screening these kinds of scripts is not an easy task. Overall, Brahmastram lives up to the hype created around it and the technical flair of this film is a must-watch in theatres.