Brahmastra: Lovebirds Alia & Ranbir Get Clicked In Front Of Snowy Mountain In Manali

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As per latest reports, a new image of actors Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor has reached the web.

Both lovebirds were clicked in heavy winter attires and there was snow all over. The image is said to be taken from their recent filming in Manali for Brahmastra.

The pair was in the Himachal city for filming a song for Ayan Mukerji’s Brahmastra. Whilst Alia can be witnessed in a neon green huge jacket, Ranbir has put on blue jacket and was looking dapper. Both were seen listening to the commands given to them by one of the unit associates.

Big B, who has been going through some health problems lately, also become part of the team of Brahmastra in the serene surroundings of Manali. He too posted behind-the-scenes photos from the place of filming. In one of the pictures, he can be witnessed standing alongside co-actor Ranbir.

Putting on a furry jacket, Amitabh was looking stylish in the photograph. “..minus degrees ..err like -3 .. protective gear .. and the work etiquette,” he gave the caption to the picture.

Brahmastra, which has Alia, Ranbir, Amitabh, Mouni Roy and Nagarjuna, is the initial part of Ayan Mukerji’s 3-part fantasy trilogy. The movie will reach theaters during the summer of 2020.

Brahmastra has been filmed comprehensively at diverse places such as Bulgaria, Mumbai and Varanasi. The film’s symbol got disclosed at the time of Mahashivratri 2019 at Prayagraj.

While talking to media people about the movie, Alia stated that she trusted Ayan and his dream.

“Ranbir and I have always maintained that Brahmastra is not a superhero film; it is a mystical fantasy drama. There is no reference [for comparison]. It’s a new film that is emerging from our industry. It could be a film that will make this industry proud and put us on a global pedestal. I don’t want to blow my own trumpet, but there’s immense faith in Ayan’s vision,” the Raazi star added up.

Published by Ricky Tandon on 03 Dec 2019

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